It is a county of unrivalled beauty boasting the longest single stretch of coastline in Britain. No inland area is more than 20 miles from the sea and each coast has a lure of its own. For drama and intrigue visit the north coast, where wild Atlantic waves crash onto sheer cliffs and abandoned mines teeter just metres above the short. In contrast, the south Cornish coast is a tranquil land, home to deep estuaries and hidden coves, where waves gently lap onto the shore.
Endless Things to Do
Step aware from the beach to discover a buzzing creative scene including the Tate St. Ives and Barbara Hepworth Garden and Gallery both in pretty St. Ives. Be entertained with a performance at the incredibly stunning Minack Theatre, set high on the Cornish cliff tops and lose yourself in myth and legend with a visit to St. Michael’s Mount. Head to the iconic Eden Project or famous Lost Gardens of Heligan. Wander the ancient ruins of Tintagel Castle, explore the rugged Bodmin Moor or entertain the kids at Flambards where you can experience Britain in the Blitz as well as pulse-racing rollercaosters. Tour the many beautiful and often historically important gardens or take to the water on a wildlife expedition.
Fabulous Food and Drink
If the above haven’t been enough to whet your appetite then perhaps the fantastic Cornish food and drink scene can tempt you further. This small county certainly packs a punch when it comes to local producers offering handcrafted gins, vodka, rum, wine, champagne alongside local ales and beers. On the foodie scene the list is endless; just-landed seafood, fresh meats, cheeses, bakeries, dairies, chocolatiers all hold their own on the national food stage with something for everyone. There’s even the opportunity to forage alongside specialists or don a chef’s hat at a local cookery school. With hundreds of places to eat and drink, ranging from Michelin stars to bare feet beach-side cafes, you could eat out every day of the year in Cornwall, soon discovering that Cornish fare is simply unbeatable.
Invest in Cornwall
For all of these reasons and more, Cornwall has seen a huge increase in its already booming tourism industry with record numbers of visitors year on year. This beautiful county has enjoyed the staycation boom too with many UK tourists opting to holiday in the UK rather than travelling abroad all of which means our holiday homes benefit from high levels of demand yielding in excellent rental demand. Buying an investment property is often daunting however choosing Cornwall can offer huge rewards as it is the best place to buy a holiday home in the UK. As we have outlined above, Cornwall is well-known for being the most popular destination in the UK however it is important to note that the county is an all year-round destination thanks to its south-westerly aspect and temperate climate. We enjoy the mildest and sunniest weather in the UK here, extending the rental season and allowing a greater opportunity to generate income.
Your Own Home-from-Home in Cornwall
One of the many wonderful things about being an owner with us at Trelay is that you have the ability to enjoy endless holidays in Cornwall. As one of the best places to own a holiday home in the UK, Cornwall owners are able to combine owning their own dream holiday home with running a business, off-setting the cost of their holidays. For many, owning a <a href="/holiday-homes-for-sale-in-cornwall/">holiday home in Cornwall</a> is an aspiration however it might be easier to achieve than you think. With finance packages available and a range of <a href="/lodges-caravans-for-sale-cornwall/">lodges and caravans for sale</a>, from new to pre-loved on offer, speak to our experienced team to start your journey with us.Contact Us