Camelot Castle Cornwall Hotels
Every year Cornwall plays host to 4.5 million tourists, a large number of which choose to stay in Hotels in Cornwall, there are any number of reasons why you would want to visit the county and stay in one of the many Cornish Hotels. One particular appeal is to sample some of Cornwall’s coastline; the longest in Great Britain at 697km and hosting over 300 beaches. Cornwall is a place of sheer fascination that has something for everyone. It was once its own country and the rich history it possesses sees people flock to the county every year.
Cornwall is made up of the North, South and West along with the Bodmin Moor and Tamar Valley. Within these spectacular regions you can discover clandestine coves, sweeping bays and stunning moorland, not to mention the vivid cliff tops and petite fishing villages. As to be expected, all of this exploring leads to one feeling slightly peckish which can only mean one thing- it’s an opportune time to get stuck into the world famous Cornish pasty and while you’re at it why not find a quaint tea room to enjoy a cream tea in the relaxing setting that Cornwall conveys. Perfect!
With such vast scenery, antiquity, beauty and diversity to behold, it’s no wonder that Cornwall see’s so many people returning to rekindle their childhood holidays or sample what all the fuss is about while staying in the Cornwall Hotels that populate the region.
There’s plenty to do if it’s more of an active vacation you’re looking for. Surfing, walking and cycling are certainly on the agenda and Cornwall is a hot spot for a multitude of other extreme sports including water sports as well as on land activities.
It is simply not possible to go without mentioning the Art culture that is currently thriving around Cornwall and is a favourite destination for keen artists to visit given Cornwall’s outstanding backdrops. There are also a number of fantastic Art galleries with displays just waiting to be appreciated.
Cornwall, something for everyone.