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Have a romantic spring break at a Cornwall Holiday Park

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Now it is February, spring is officially just around the corner. This makes now the perfect time to think about your holiday to a Cornwall holiday park. With it being February, the month of Valentine’s Day, it has got us thinking about the most romantic places in Cornwall.

We open in spring, and visiting Cornwall in spring is one of the loveliest times to visit, and the most romantic too.

This spring we have two new ranges of accommodation that you are sure to fall in love with, the elegant and sumptuous Meadow Lodge and the stylish and suave Watergate. Have a look at our off-peak offers, and book your Cornish hideaway.

Explore all of these romantic spots from Hendra

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near St Austell

The fact that this garden paradise was lost for many years makes it sound very romantic, and it is.

You both can discover Heligan together with over 200 acres to explore, with woodland, a productive garden and Cornwall’s jungle with one of the longest Burmese Rope Bridges in Britain. The rope bridge  stretches an impressive 100 feet above ancient tree ferns and across the Jungle floor.

The 200-year-old Pleasure Grounds are a haven for couples. The Pleasure Grounds have a range of unusual romantic structures and unexpected features, linked by a network of historic pathways and lined by a superb collection of historic plantings. You will love relaxing together amongst the Mediterranean inspired setting of Heligan’s Italian Garden.

St Nectans Glen Waterfall, near Tintagel

Tucked away in the Cornish woodland, you will discover this magical hidden gem: St Nectans Glen. Reached by a woodland walk, with ivy-clad trees, which runs alongside the River Trevillet. Listen to the birds sing as you reach the waterfalls. There is a 60ft waterfall, that has made a hole in the original basin, so it now cascades down the valley.

St Nectans Glen is a spiritual place. It is a great opportunity to enjoy the company whilst amongst one of nature’s magnificent beauty spots.


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Lusty Glaze Beach, Newquay

Lusty Glaze is one of Newquay’s 7 beaches. The golden sand and blue sea always makes Lusty the perfect spot for loved-up or lusty(!) couples. Lusty Glaze is also a wedding venue, so it is the place of romance!

There’s Restaurant to enjoy a sunset meal, or a cosy coffee and cake. Whatever you choose to do on this beautiful beach, it is sure to be great.

St Agnes Head

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Walk this beautiful coast hand-in-hand with your loved one. The swoony coastline, with panoramic views and the headland, carpeted with heather and gorse, will make your heart soar; this is a perfect exploring place for couples.

There’s a range of history spanning thousands of years back to the mid-Stone Age to the more recent mining history, which can be seen with the engine houses remains.

Nature lovers can try and spot seabird colonies such as peregrine falcons, which nest on the headlands, and gannets flying low over the sea a few yards off the coast.

A great place for a spring picnic, sunset walk or even a proposal!

St Michael’s Mount

Get cast away with your other half to Cornwall’s very own island. This tidal island is linked to the mainland town, Marazion, by a manmade causeway. The causeway is passable at low tide, and you can also get to the island by boat.

Take a wander around the gardens where you will see a variety of plants that blossom in this unique micro-climate, with striking views across the ocean. The cobbled village and harbour are still home to around 30 residents. St Michael’s Mount is definitely a place to fall in love with.

So, what are you waiting for?! Cuddle up and come to Hendra for a romantic break at Hendra – a Cornwall Holiday Park!