Easter. It’s all about the chocolate, right? Just how many Easter eggs can you (or your kids) eat in one day without rotting your teeth?
Actually there is more to this time of year than chocolate eggs, as good as they are… It’s also a great time of year to visit Cornwall. With the temperature rising and the days getting longer it’s a popular time for breaks away to the South West, with lots to see and do.
With an Easter break in Cornwall at Seaview and you can see all that this county has to offer PLUS you’re only a stone’s throw away from dozens of Easter-themed events taking place locally. Here’s just some of our favourites…
Easter breaks in Cornwall – local events guide
- Falmouth Spring Festival, March 14-24: Head over to Falmmouth for this festival which celebrates the town’s beautiful open and green spaces. With guided walks and talks, garden spring clean events, Gardeners’ Question Time and a Spring Fair.
- Easter fun at Eden, April 6-25: Have you got the Eggs Factor? Come along to Eden’s Easter Eggstravaganza to find out! There are dozens of activities for the whole family to have a crack at this Easter, in their new three-week programme.
- Cornwall Spring Flower Show, April 6-7: Named by The Sunday Telegraph as one of the best flower shows to visit in the UK, this celebration of Cornwall’s rich garden heritage takes place in the magnificent grounds of Boconnoc House, and features show gardens, trade stands and competitive classes.
- Easter Holiday Rockpool Ramble, April 8: Visit Looe’s Hannafore Beach for a free event suitable for all ages – there’s no need to book. After surviving the winter, the rock pool community now copes with increased exposure to sunlight and warming waters. This brings new growth and new visitors to these hidden worlds.
See, do and explore!
The popularity of Cornwall as a holiday destination is easy to explain: an incredible coastline, beautiful countryside and tiny fishing villages that have hardly changed in the past century.
At Seaview you can explore stunning beaches, such as those at Whitsand Bay and Seaton, put your best foot forward on the South West Coast Path or visit picturesque destinations of Fowey, Polperro, Looe and Polruan, all of which are close by.
And, because we all need things to do when the weather isn’t so kind, nearby you’ll find top attractions such as the Eden Project, Camel Creek Adventure Park and Bodmin Jail.
For 2018 we’ve spent more than £100,000 on new accommodation, including refurbished and pet friendly chalets. Our great accommodation choice includes chalets and modern, stylish caravans. Many have private terraces and superb sea views, and there are pet friendly options available too.