Cornwall in Autumn: Is there anything better?

A beautiful autumn scene of St Merryn Park in Cornwall.

Between the leaves crunching under foot and the crisp spray of the October ocean, Cornwall really is the best county to be in, in Autumn.

Whether you are an adrenaline junkie searching for a taste of survival or a real world romantic, just looking for that special moment, Cornwall really can provide it.

 

  • Click here to visit the ‘Visit Cornwall’ site to learn about the wonderful ‘goings on’ this season.
  •  Another great place to spend the season is the Eden Project . Eden not only offers the ever enchanting biomes but this Autumn you can ice skate and, for those daredevils out there, there’s the sky wire. All of these events will make your season!
  • Heartlands in Redruth has many attractions as well as teaching you about the local areas mining history.

 

Situated on the wild and rugged North Coast of Cornwall, St Merryn Park is a development of contemporary park homes. Famous for its slogan ‘seven bays for seven days’, St Merryn is just a stone’s throw away from some of the county’s most beautiful beaches.

Conveniently located just outside of the village of St Merryn and a short drive from the famous harbour town of Padstow, there are plenty of activities and places to explore in the area.  North Cornwall’s dramatic rugged coastline, historic cities and stunning beaches offer the ideal holiday location for everyone, no matter what your age or interest.

 

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