Love to Travel- Cornwall

Last september a friend and I took a spontaneous trip to Cornwall. I wanted to go to Cornwall as it is such a peaceful and relaxing place as well as giving you a space to think and have time out. We stayed in a beautifully unique B&B called The Artist Residance which was in the heart of Penzance and enabled us to travel to other parts of Cornwall with ease.
IMG_3949This was the twin bedroom. It came with a little en suite filled with BeeGood Products. 

Breakfast Time: ~ Homemade granola ~ Fresh Yoghurt and compote ~ Pancakes and berries ~ 
Mini Full English ~  Scrambled Eggs ~  Smoked Salmon ~ Omelette ~



~The vast menu allowed us to have something new everyday and explore different breakfast ideas that we wouldn’t normally have at home. ~

Places i loved:

A tiny harbour filled with local residents all going about their own lives. Here you can find fishing boats, tiny shops with local produce, and my favourite place The Rock Pool Cafe. Here you can overlook the sea and of course the rockpools… and if you catch it on a good day you can sit in the sunshine, read a good book and let time pass you by. A must visit! 




Handmade cakes, brownies and sandwiches are available as well as gifts and bits to take away.

I decided to have a strawberry milkshake and it was AMAZING.IMG_3984

St. Ives
St. Ives is packed full of things to do! There is a gorgeous beach right next to shops, restaurants, museums, cafes and walks. We visited the Tate museum, explored the lanes full of shops, went to the beach and had dinner. St. Ives has a charming personality with lots to do.. it is one of my favourite places!



I brought a super soft grey hoodie from the surf shack and a new phone case from Cath Kidston.

Port Issac:
When you imagine a sweet little cornish town Port Issac hits the spot! A small town surrounds the beach and harbour where you can find shops, cafes, restaurants and stunning walks overlooking the sea and beautiful landscapes. I remember visiting Port Issac when I was younger with my parents and loving the scenery. It truly is a wonderful little place.. and ohh oh oh. If you like hot chocolate then visit the cafe in the church. It is the BEST I have ever had!




So there you have it! A year later but it is finally up! If you ever visit Cornwall then I hope you hunt these little gems out and love them as much as I do,
Lou x

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