'Happy New Year 2015', or as we say in Cornish;
'Bledhen Nowyth Da!'
'Bledhen Nowyth Da!'
Why Cornwall? Why early in the New Year? Why January or February?
All you need are a couple of days to getaway, to clear your head, and recharge your body and soul for the New Year ahead. There simply is nothing better than a walk on a local Cornish beach, or along miles of the South West Coastpath, which may leave feeling battered by the elements, but also envigorated, and rejuvenated, having filled your lungs with chilly sea air, or had your face splashed with salty sea spray from waves whipped up by bracing winter winds. An experience guaranteed to make you feel alive, and ready to face almost anything the New Year 2015 has instore for you!
Winter 2015 Short Break Special Offers
Winter Short Breaks (over a weekend or midweek) at Rooky's Nook in January 2015 for 3 nights are from £270.00. Come and explore the great outdoors, and feel like you have Cornwall all to yourself, before returning to you own romantic cottage for two, to cuddle up infront of a roaring fire with your loved one, having enjoy some really special time together.
Wondering what there is to see and do on holiday in Cornwall in Winter?
Here are some suggestions for wonderful winter days out, making a special start to the New Year: Also great for banishing any 'winter blues'!
Boscastle: Come and enjoy a walk around the harbour, up the
coastpath to the Willapark headland and onto 'The Forrabury Stiches' (medieval open field system), for magnificent views out to sea and along the North coast. Alternatively walk inland up the Valency Valley to St Juliot's Church, where it is said Thomas Hardy met Emma Lavinia Gifford whom he later married in 1874. It was this romance that led to his novel "A Pair of Blue Eyes", and to some of Thomas Hardy's finest poetry. Then treat yourself to a delicious Cornish Cream Tea either in National Trust Cafe (in the harbour), or at the Boscastle Farm Shop, (on the Bude Road just out of Boscastle).
So whilst planning your 2015 holidays, why not include a Winter Break in Cornwall,
and come and stay in cosy cottage for two,
near the coast in North Cornwall