The perfect destination for your festive feel-good break…
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…and you could be seeing in Christmas in Cornwall!
Enjoy a hassle free Christmas in Cornwall at Hengar Manor and forget all about having to spend hours preparing a big Xmas Day lunch! Avoid the supermarkets, the queues and the chaos and instead escape to Cornwall and enjoy Christmas at a slower pace this year.
Christmas is a magical time to visit Cornwall – the county comes alive with a host of events taking place, from food festivals to Christmas markets and light switch-ons, there’s simply so much to see and do!
Cornwall also benefits from a milder climate than the rest of the UK, and suffers less from heavy snowfall, meaning you’re free to get out and about at this traditionally quieter time of year. Get wrapped up warm and enjoy walks on deserted beaches, visit festive-themed attractions – including the Eden Project and visit idyllic destinations such as Padstow and Port Isaac this Christmas.
The perfect place to spend Christmas in Cornwall
At Hengar Manor we’ve got a range of self-catering accommodation options for your Christmas break in Cornwall. From quiet cottages in a peaceful setting or plush holiday lodges, villas or apartments for your break. We even have a range of luxurious waterside cabins, which boast views out over the lake.
Lots to see and do this Christmas!
There’s so much festive fun in Cornwall, with events and festivals taking place throughout December. Here’s some of our favourites…
Moushole Christmas Lights: The Christmas lights in Mousehole draw many thousands of visitors each year. Truly a stunning sight, with floating displays of lights in the harbour and around streets filled with the aroma of mulled wine and festive food.
Christmas at Eden: Meet Father Christmas, marvel at their Festival of Light and Sound, go ice skating, watch live storytelling. There are lots of magical things to do at Eden around Christmas
Christmas in Falmouth: Fun for all ages with a host of fabulous Christmas events in Falmouth until 24th December