The coronavirus pandemic means that many Brits have been without a proper holiday for a year or more – and we’re looking to change that.
If you're nervous about booking to go abroad, a trip closer to be home could work better for you.
There are plenty of tourist spots in Britain that could take your breath away – with St Ives, Edinburgh and London all winning big in TripAdvisor awards recently.
Another Cornish hotspot that's likely to reel in the tourists is the Pendeen Lighthouse in Cornwall..
Right by the lighthouse there’s the cosy Argus Cottage which enjoys awe-inspiring views of the Atlantic ocean and the coastline.
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The cottage is designed with families in mind and has a travel cot and high chair for babies to use.
There’s also a fully equipped kitchen – so you can do self catered if you prefer – a sitting room and a walled patio.
Th outdoor space also boasts breathtaking views and you can sometimes spot the seals that pop up in the area.
Guests get a welcome hamper with tasty local treats and some essentials like milk, bread and tea.
Located in the village of Pendeen, only six miles from Land’s End and St Ives.
In TripAdvisor's travel awards, St Ives was celebrated for its “golden sand beaches”, “sheltered coves” and “water sports” activities like surfing, windsurfing and water-skiing.
Tourists can travel a short drive to see sandy beaches and the Jubilee pool which features the UK’s first geothermal lido reports the Mirror.
Prices start from £349 per night for the whole family, but there’s a minimum stay of three nights so you’ll spend £1,047 in total.
Find out more about this gorgeous stay on kiddieholidays.co.uk.
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