Stay in Cornwall's exciting relaunch draws in over 100,000 visitors
Stay in Cornwall has recently re-launched its website in time for visitors to spring into summer and book a holiday in Cornwall. Forget Rome, Cornwall might soon take the torch as one of Europe's most beloved destinations.
Stay in Cornwall has recently re-launched its website in time for visitors to spring into summer and book a holiday in Cornwall. Forget Rome, Cornwall might soon take the torch as one of Europe’s most beloved destinations. Certainly, if the statistics are anything to go by, the website has already seen well over 100,000 visitors all looking to come to Cornwall in 2013, perhaps searching for an idyll by the sea that is both easy to reach but with a faraway appeal.
The golden light of St Ives, the art history of Newlyn and the gallery strewn cobbles of the numerous port towns such as Falmouth, Mevagissey and Mullion all create a welcoming charm which draws visitors in. Whilst over 200 beaches allow visitors to recreate postcard moments just a short trip away.
With old folklore and tales of pirates and mermaids, children cannot fail to be enchanted. The long sandy beaches and the small coves are perfect for digging up pirate treasure. St Michael’s Mount, home to a legendary giant and a small boy hero is a real life fairy tale castle complete with ramparts and a cobbled causeway. The Eden Project has a real life jungle and Newquay Zoo offers lions and tigers and bears, oh my!
“Stay In Cornwall offers a great range of Hotels, Cottages, Holiday Parks and B&Bs. We try to keep the site up to date with relevant information on events, things to do and places to eat so that visitors to Cornwall can plan their trip in advance if they want to. We have even implemented a fun new “sketch a search” tool which enables visitors to draw their search on a map using the mouse.
2013 looks like a challenging year so for people wanting to stay in the country rather than jetting off abroad, stayincornwall.co.uk gives them the chance to plan a great holiday easily and on almost any budget” James Morris, Managing Director.
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