5 star cottages Cornwall from Cosawes Barton - There is always something happening in Cornwall – for all tastes and ages. Here are just a few of the great things coming up in the next few months.

These are just a pick of what’s on in Cornwall. For full details, the Visit Cornwall website (www.visitcornwall.com) is a great place to start to look out for all events during your stay. We also regularly update the Cosawes Barton Facebook page with suggestions and recommendations of events taking place – and are here on site to assist you and suggest places to visit during your stay if you would like us too.

Carvosso Mill is a cottage on one level with easy accessibility into the font door and out into the private garden. It has extra wide corridors and doorways and a specially designed wet room. Everyone is different – we are very happy to discuss your specific requirements prior to your booking to ensure that you will have a really fabulous holiday with us.

We pride ourselves on being pet friendly and your dogs are more than welcome. Each cottage has its own garden and you are welcome to walk your dogs in our private 17 acres estate. We are happy to advise on local dog friendly beaches, walks and local attractions.

We love to be able to showcase the work of local artists in the cottages here at Cosawes and are delighted to say that three local artists have agreed to display some of their work in the cottages for the 2019/20 season.

Our brand new artist is Sophie Penstone. In 2016, one of Sophie’s watercolours was selected to co-represent the England section of the International Watercolour Society in Fabriano In Aquarello, Italy – meaning that work has been exhibited alongside some of the World’s finest watercolour artists.  We are thrilled that Sophie has agreed to exhibit here – and hope that all of our guests will enjoy her original artwork whilst staying with us! www.penstoneart.com

Chris Symonds is a fantastic local photographer and he is displaying a selection of his photos of the local area including his wonderful photographs of St Michaels Mount – and of the beautiful Kennel Vale. (www.chrissymonds.co.uk)

We are also showcasing lovely prints and pictures by Kitsch Attic – a furniture and homewares company based in Cornwall – which again has recently been featured in Vogue. As well as the gorgeous pictures, Kitsch attic makes distinctive and bespoke pieces all made with the highest quality materials and unusual fabrics. To find out more, visit www.kitschattic.co.uk.

All work is available to purchase whilst you are staying with us.

 

The St Ives September Festival is a two-week festival of music, film, exhibitions, talks, poetry, classes, guided walks, open studios, theatre and comedy that attracts visitors and performers from all over the world. Alongside the ticketed venues there is street level art and music as well as impromptu gigs in pubs and clubs. Not to be missed!

Helston Flora day takes place in early May each year, when the streets of the old town are filled with flowers, greenery, bunting and hordes of jolly revellers. Dance to the traditional Flora Dance tune!

Newlyn Fish Festival is Cornwall’s annual celebration of the sea, fishing and seafood, set against the backdrop of her largest fishing port. Taking place every year on August bank holiday, activities include live music, lugger racing, open boats, cooking demonstrations, a fish auction, arts and crafts and a RNLI rescue display. Eat some of the best seafood you have ever tasted!

The Royal Cornwall Show is Cornwall’s biggest annual event and one of the country’s leading agricultural shows, consisting of three days packed with entertainment for all the family. The show takes place in June at the Royal Cornwall Showground near Wadebridge and features hundreds of classes showing all kinds of animals as well as cafes, a steam fair and hundreds of trade stalls. A brilliant day out for all the family!

Celebrating the start of the oyster dredging season, the Falmouth Oyster Festival is a showcase for the diversity of Cornish Seafood and one of the last remaining traditional oyster fisheries. The festival features cookery demonstrations by leading local chefs, a town parade, live music, a Falmouth working boat race and marquees brimming with Cornish produce. A must for all oyster, seafood and maritime heritage enthusiasts!

An amazing, beautiful experience at Eden! Well worth the trip – and they might have snow inside the biombes too!

Penguins available for the less confident skaters!