Cornwall is magical in the run-up to Christmas.You can take bracing walks on beautiful, empty beaches. Explore one of our picturesque fishing villages all a-twinkle with lights and get any last minute gifts you need at one of our festive markets. There’s so much to do and see on a pre-Christmas break in Cornwall. Here’s our list of favourite festive events not to be missed:
Add a bit of creativity under your tree this Christmas and have some fun wrapping your presents. Rather than expensive, shiny gift wrap, why not give some of these more sustainable and natural ideas a go. Some take a little bit more effort – but you’ll be left with a pile of beautiful gifts to add to your Christmas decorations.
Prepare for the festive party season with some natural hangover cures. Researchers agree that there is no scientific evidence to suggest that there are any fail safe ways to cure or prevent a hangover – other than to moderate your alcohol intake. But even the most sensible amongst us may find ourselves overdosing on the mulled wine and eggnog during the party season – it is Christmas after all.
Full of the flavours of Christmas: soft nutty marzipan, plump dried fruits and festive spices – stollen is the perfect wintery treat. We’ll be serving slices of this comforting bread with our afternoon teas over Christmas and the New Year. Here is our recipe for you to try at home:
What better way to warm up this winter than with a large mug of spicy hot chocolate, complete with chocolate shavings, marshmallows and biscuits to dunk? These indulgent pots are available all winter in our cosy clifftop bar, but if you can’t make it to us, here is our secret recipe…
As an ambassador for Tarlant Champagne and with this wine makers’ dinner being such a success last year, Benoit Tarlant has agreed to come and join us again! Tarlant endeavor to maintain the spirit and authentic values of the artisan wine grower and to create an emotional character by making each of their champagnes a unique experience in tasting!