The winter solstice has passed, Christmas has come and gone, and we can finally start dreaming about sunny evenings, warmer weather and beach BBQ’s. The countdown to summer is officially on and there’s no where we’d rather be than Crantock! But in the meantime, the season of pub lunches, blossoming wild flowers and coastal stomps is upon us – and
1. St Piran is the main man in all of these celebrations. He is the Patron Saint of Cornwall… and of tin miners. He isn’t your basic kind of Saint though, he had miraculous powers which is why a group of kings threw him into the sea in Ireland in the first place; they couldn’t have his miracles ruining their … Click to read
Spring in Cornwall’s the best … but how do you think we get these lush green fields and brilliant blooms? That’s right … a lot of rain. Whether you don’t mind a bit of mizzle or can’t stand the idea of wellies, we’ve collated a list of our five favourite things to do in a downpour.
5. Get togged up