Even if you have waited until the last minute to book your holiday in Cornwall, you can still expect to find some great value deals available. Park owners will often discount empty accommodation as holiday dates get closer, in the hope of ensuring occupancy.
Whilst your accommodation choice may be limited, leaving it until the last minute to book can give a better indication of the expected weather and planned local events taking place.
Cornwall’s mild climate and stunning coastline draws visitors throughout the year. From the UK surfing capital Newquay in the north of the county to Lands End in the south. The area also remains a popular location for television companies with current favourites Doc Martin and Poldark both filmed there. There are plenty of outdoor activities including surfing, sailing, walking, cycling and fishing.
Booking a last minute holiday in Cornwall allows you to enjoy the numerous visitor attractions in this part of the south west. They include the World Heritage Tin mines, The Eden Project, Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage Centre, Camel Creek Adventure Park, Launceston Castle, Bodmin Moor, Newquay Zoo, Tintagel Castle, Porfell Wildlife Park, St Michael’s Mount, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Cornish Seal Sanctuary and the Minack Theatre.