I spent Christmas and the New Year in Cornwall, staying at my parent’s place. In this post I set the stage for series of posts to come about the things I did while there. In addition to eight places of interest (some of which merit rather more than a single post, or indeed a single visit) I will also be describing the cooking of a meal for six, which will be accompanied by some general pictures from the vicinity of my parents place. In the rest of this post I will set out the order for the rest of the series as an appetizer.
Definitely worth a visit if you are in that part of the world.
This is a truly astonishing place and one that will repay many visits. I will certainly be devoting more than one post to my visit there this holiday.
Only a little of this place was open, and I hope to see more of it in due course.
The least impressive of the places we visited.
An extraordinarily scenic place, will be getting several posts in this series.
THE JAMAICA INN
This is well known to fans of Daphne Du Maurier and/ or Rosamunde Pilcher. We stopped there on the way back from Tintagel.
I enjoyed visiting this town, though as you will see when I post about it I consider it over-hyped.
This was a success.
The last activity of the holiday – and talk about finishing on a high note. I will certainly be revisiting this town