Would you like to Visit Cornwall
Are you thinking of visiting Cornwall – during the Autumn and Winter or even thinking about a visit to Cornwall next year 2019 summertime:? if the answer is yes then you should consider the Garrack Hotel and Resturant – from the Garrack Hotel as a perfect platform to springboard out into Cornwall we would like to make you aware of some of the great places to Visit and see:
“There’s always something going on in and around Cornwall”
Food and great live music, amazing literature, fantastic wild and towny walking, amazing arts and crafts, all year round anything and everything goes in Cornwall – all year round will have most definitely an event suitable for all from tiny kids to adults. You can simply soak up the amazing Cornish atmosphere stacked with Cornish culture. Walking in and around the Cornish towns you can really get a feel for Cornish life:
Hit a Cornish Beach
Cornwall has 300 or something amazing beaches and what a selection – from super sandy soft golden sands to shingle and rocky beaches. A super wide selection some dog-friendly, family friendly, and some that simply span miles and miles we love them all! If you’re visiting Cornwall – even in the winter, It’s very easy to see why we think they are some of the best beaches in the world!
Easy to access Beaches
Some beaches may not be suitable for all to access here in Cornwall – the sand and rock slopes sometimes restrict certain users – IF you click HERE you can find a great list of EASY Accessible Beaches for all to enjoy – many of which have generally slopping walkways that allow disabled parking. Gaining access for somebody in a wheelchair can be tricky – Click HERE for Beaches that are part of the Beach Sandchair scheme – these chairs have large wheels and can access the beach so much more effectively than a normal wheelchair!
The Garrack Hotel prides itself on the Dog-friendly guest scheme we have – we love Dogs here at the Garrack Hotel, and we also love them to enjoy the beach – If you’re looking for beaches that ban dogs you can go on the Cornwall Council Website and they can give you a great list of beaches to be mindful of:
Things to see and do in Cornwall
We think even if you spent a whole year 5 days a week here in Cornwall out visiting you will still be left with a mountain of things to see and do here in Cornwall from amazing gardens such as Glendurgan Gardens OR the beautiful Enys Garden, garden one day passes can be great , and don’t forget Cornish museums , Cornwall has an amazing selection of museums to go and visit – all of the museums in and around Cornwall reflect true Cornish life going back in time on many occasions – to find out and visit some of Cornwall’s amazing museums simply click HERE
Heading out to the Beach – Safety first!
Every year visitors lose their life in Cornwall due to its rough and rugged coastline – the RNLI saves lives every year, but this action can and could be prevented if you think safety first, and if your going into the water really do think safety first and remember the tide comes in and goes out twice a day – well over two thirds of people in the whole of the UK go to the beach for many different reasons the RNLI are set up to patrol over 200 beaches now in and around the UK – thats a lot of beach management – give them a helping hand and think sensibility before undertaking any water activity!
Heres a few but highly useful tips
Always try to swim at a lifeguarded beach, and swim between the red and yellow flags that you will see – try to not swim alone, get to know your beach safety flags there are only a few to learn! If you do ever get into trouble, stick your hand in the air, and shout for help:
If you can’t see a lifeguard on duty then call 999 or 112 and ask for the Cornish coast guard – For more info go to RESPECT THE WATER