Summer may not be quite over yet so I’m hoping I still get a chance to explore even more of the beautiful North Cornwall coastline, what I’ve experienced so far in just June and July has been magical and breathtaking!
There are still plenty of activities I want to take part in such as SUPing and Coasteering, possibly even snorkelling if the weather clears up again and many miles of coastline to ramble along and marvel at.
Beautiful Tolcarne Beach looking at Newquay Harbour.
Fistral Beach on a calm day.
I’ve not yet been to the new Stable cider and pizza restaurant but look out for a review on the blog soon!
A sweet mare at Reen Manor Stables.
I stumbled upon St Agnes when I went for an exploratory drive the other day, definitely need to pay another visit to this sweet little English coastal town.
I arrived at the summer solstice and we made a journey into the woods, over the Gannel River to build a fire and welcome in the new season. I made a video about this day and it’s my favourite video that I’ve made so far!)
On the way, we foraged some Samphire…
And became well and truly one with nature!
A handmade fire by our resident bushcraft lady, Lorna.
Delicious pasta with foraged Samphire!
Alfie, the most beautiful and intelligent dog in Cornwall, we think!
I went on an impromptu hike along the cliffs at Holywell Bay, watch the video here.
Probably one of my favourite views is coming up the golf course path onto Fistral Beach.
My cat Marley enjoys the view from my bedroom window at my friend’s house as much as I do!
Every night is a new display from nature and always truly epic. I feel blessed when I’m in Cornwall and I can’t wait to discover even more of this beautiful slice of South West England.
Have you ever been to Cornwall? Where do you suggest I go? Comment below and let me know!