Enjoy a spring break in Cornwall
Spring is welcomed with open arms in Cornwall. It’s the time of year for Easter fun, lighter evenings and warmer weather as Cornwall begins to awaken. If you’re looking for a place to get away from it all after a long winter, a Spring break in Cornwall could be perfect for you!
What’s on in Cornwall?
Cornwall is known for it’s peace, tranquillity and natural beauty. But don’t be fooled, the people of Cornwall know how to put on world class events.
- Cornwall Garden Society Spring Flower Show: A spectacular showcase of Cornwall’s most beautiful flowers, guaranteeing a colourful spectacle at the Boconnoc Estate in Lostwithel.
- Falmouth Spring Festival: A celebration of Falmouth’s open, green space. With guided walks, spring clean events, spring fairs and more
Why take a break in Cornwall at Hengar Manor?
Hengar Manor is on the doorstep of some altogether more famous scenery. There is so much to see and do, from surfing on Fistral Beach to following the sights as seen on TV! Create lasting memories on your Spring break in Cornwall at Hengar Manor.
Explore the beaches
Cornwall is known for its impressive beaches. Spring is there perfect time to breath in the fresh sea air without the crowds. Plus, if you’re bringing your furry friend on holiday in Cornwall, they can enjoy the sand and sea with you before the seasonal dog bans are introduced for the year!
Colourful blossoms against clear blue skies, bird song and beautifully scented air – what more could you want? There are a number of gardens to explore from world-famous Eden Project to The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Cornwall offers plenty to those with green fingers!
Those of us who live in the UK take these little blue flowers for granted. We believe that our Cornish bluebells are extra special! In fact, the best places to see the hazy violet carpets are National Trust properties such as Lanhydrock, just a short distance from our holiday park in Cornwall.
Wonderful Coastal footpaths
While you can walk the footpaths any time of year, Springtime has to be one of the best times to explore the cliffs. Explore without the crowds and enjoy the colourful cliff sides all to yourself.
There are so many local attractions, you certainly won’t be stuck for things to do! Come rain or shine, there is always something to do in Cornwall. Find out more about some of our favourite family attractions in Cornwall