Get away from it all and enjoy Easter breaks in Cornwall
With the sights and sounds of spring in the air and temperatures on the rise, Easter breaks in Cornwall make perfect sense! Get away from it all and escape to Cornwall this Easter for a relaxing break at Tehidy Holiday Park.
Easter is a great time to visit Cornwall with lots to see and do, from top local events and attractions to walks on golden sandy beaches or on cliff tops looking out to sea. Easter really is the perfect time to get out there and experience the great outdoors!
And for those with little ones in their party, there’s some eggs-tra special Easter-themed events to enjoy!
To help you plan your Easter break in Cornwall, we’ve put together our top five things to do in Cornwall at Easter…
- Walk the South West Coast Path on a clear blue day: If there’s one thing Cornwall has plenty of it’s great coastal scenery. And the South West Coast Path is the best place to see it all. It winds its way around Cornwall’s coast for over 300 miles. You can start your adventure by picking up the path only 10 minutes from our holiday park!
- Take a stroll on a deserted beach: With the tide out and the sun beating down on a clear day, there are few better ways to blow those cobwebs away than a long walk on an empty beach with a gentle sea breeze in your face. At Tehidy, you’re only 7 miles away from a beautiful stretch of beach at Godrevy, or just 2 miles from the small beach at Portreath.
- Visit beautiful St Ives and Carbis Bay: Wander around this pretty harbour town’s narrow streets, walkways, shops and art galleries this Easter. This busy little town is extremely popular and it’s easy to see why. Only 25 minutes from Tehidy
- Enjoy some egg-cillerating Easter fun! From Easter egg hunts to Easter bunnies at Newquay Zoo, there’s loads happening this Easter to keep the youngsters entertained. There’s also an Easter-themed weekend at St Michael’s Mount and the Great Eden Egg Hunt at the Eden Project – both of which are only a short drive away.
- Visit one of Cornwall’s many historic houses and gardens: From the Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan and Trebah Gardens to Lanhydrock House, Trelissick and Trewithen, Cornwall is blessed with many grand and elegant period properties and immaculate gardens, most of which open their doors for the season on March 1st.
Easter Breaks in Cornwall also make sense for reasons other than the list of things to see and do. If you are unsure whether to take a break in the county at Easter or in the summer, then an Easter break means you’re likely to beat the traffic jams and the queues at the big attractions.
And however you choose to holiday in Cornwall this Easter, we have a choice of self-catering accommodation to suit you. Stay in our holiday homes and holiday cottages, bring your touring caravan or tent or why not try something different this year and come glamping in Cornwall with us?
Call us today on 01209 216489 or book on-line here for Easter breaks in Cornwall