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We have two fantastic resorts in Cornwall, Clowance Estate & Country Club in Camborne, and Burn Park in Bude. Cornwall is the most southwest county of Great Britain, extending into the sea as a peninsula. The far West of Cornwall is well known for its unspoiled landscapes, sandy beaches and smugglers coves. You will even see historic old tin mines as you explore our breathtaking coastline. The area proudly boasts the longest coastline in Britain, extending to 433 miles!

From Lands’ End to the Eden Project you will find a bountiful variety of day trip ideas, with quaint fishing villages, beautiful seaside towns and family attractions to suit all ages. From visiting the ruins of King Arthurs Castle in Tintagel to exploring the Lost Gardens of Heligan in all its colourful splendour, North Cornwall has everything to create your perfect holiday. We highly recommend you visit the Minack Theatre, the most famous Cliffside open-air theatre in Britain.

Nestled in a beautiful Cornish bay you will find the picturesque town of Bude with its traditional natural beauty of the working harbour and lock gates, stunning beaches and the rare open air sea pool, all of which make up a surfer and walkers paradise. Bude is Cornwall's most northern town and has an array of popular tourist attractions such as the Bude Castle Heritage Site.

Camborne is a comparatively recent town, home to the stunning Clowance Estate. The area is located in the far west of Cornwall, and was once one of the richest mining areas in the world. Camborne is close enough to the coast to explore some of the areas stunning sandy beaches such as Deadmans Cove, Portreath and Porthtowan.

Come to explore Cornwall for yourself and be blown away by one of the top holiday resorts in the UK. Make sure you try one of Cornwalls famous Cornish pasties!