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Where to stay

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Where to stay

Hi, me & my wife are looking to come to Cornwall for a few days at the beginning of September & would like some advice on where to stay. It is our first trip to Cornwall & we will be driving down & be looking for a B&B accommodation.

We are aged 29 & 30 & my wife is pregnant so are looking for somewhere we can go on some nice walks but is fairly flat & not hilly. Would also like somewhere that has some nice scenery, and plenty of pubs/restaurants for meals out. Have seen lots of recommendations on here but just not sure of the best areas north/south etc. Obviously we will have the car so a location where we can drive for days out may be good. Also not looking for the lively areas such as Newquay.

Thanks

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1. Re: Where to stay

St Ives would be my choice but at this late stage may be where you can get in failing that Falmouth or Looe

Cant assure flat this is Corwall tends to be hilly

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2. Re: Where to stay

Thanks, what are Falmouth & Looe like, are they big towns/resorts with plenty of things to do etc?

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3. Re: Where to stay

Looe is not a large town but we do have a good selection of places to eat and stay. There are some lovely walks both along the coast and inland up the wooded West Looe valley. Once here you can leave the car and catch a bus to Polperro or Fowey (by ferry from Polruan) or hop on th train and have a day out in Cornwall.

Give us a call on 01503 262072 and we will send you a Looe Guide, or look at www.looeguide.co.uk

all the best

Mark

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4. Re: Where to stay

Padstow and the Camel Valley area is about as flat as you'll get in Cornwall. The area is beautiful with lovely beaches. Padstow is a very attractive small town with a small harbour and plenty of places to eat, but it is VERY popular and can get very busy.

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5. Re: Where to stay

We love Padstow and Looe. Also St Ives, Fowey. Padstow and St Ives seem busier than Looe but if not school holidays won't be as busy. Find the south coast windier than the north at times (which is why it's better for surfing!) though not on our last recent holiday when the sea was very calm and the sun very hot! (July)

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