9 Headland Point offers luxurious accommodation close to the Headland Hotel and Fistral Beach. Finished to a high standard, this apartment features spectacular sea views over the Atlantic Ocean from the living room and balcony.
This luxury two bedroom first floor apartment, sleeps four/6, and offers fantastic views over the harbour and across Newquay’s beaches. There is secure designated parking and a Juliet balcony with sea and superb harbour views.
If you are looking for 9 reasons to visit Devon in November, take your pick from our suggested offerings. History comes to life in an entertaining way at the Clovelly Herring Festival, St Clement’s Day and Turning the Devil’s Stone ritual.
With carnival parades, a Jazz Fest and Bonfire Night celebrations there is no better time to be in Devon than this November!
As autumn takes hold, Cornwall offers more indoor events in November, such as a pop-up ice rink and several Christmas Fairs in heated marquees. We highlight three wonderful lantern parades which bring a touch of magic to dark November evenings.
There’s also the superb Celtic Beer Festival, a top film festival and plenty of fireworks and family events for Bonfire Night on November 5th. Enjoy them all!
Join Westcountry blacksmiths and metalworkers celebrating St Clement’s Day on 22 November at the Finch Foundry. This ancient celebration includes working demonstrations and creative ironware on display as part of a national competition.
Kids will love to see the sparks and bang from the traditional “anvil firing” so why not head down to Sticklepath and join in the fun?
The 163-year-old St Austell Brewery flings open its vaults and cellars to host the annual St Austell Brewery Celtic Beer Festival. There will be over 130 ales available, including guest ales and award-winning beers.
Join “the biggest party of the year for ale lovers” along with ale-aficionados and visitors from all over the Westcountry and further afield.
On your marks… get set… for joining in a Santa Fun Run near you! It’s all in a good cause as participants get their own free Santa suit and run, jog or walk the 1-2 mile course raising funds for the Cornwall Hospice Care.
These seasonal Santa Fun Runs are taking place in 2014 in 6 different towns across Cornwall. Sign up and join in or cheer the runners and make this another success.
Two music festivals, four food events, a Charter Fair and a round-up of Halloween happenings should have everyone making plans to join in these events in Devon this October. They cover local history dating back over 800 years to the present day.
Even if you don’t intend to stir from your fireside, these 9 articles provide an entertaining read about Devon’s history, produce and culture. Enjoy!