When planning a holiday in Cornwall, a long term move to the county or just indulgencing in escapist day dreams, there is a blog to suit everyone. Here are our favourites.
Created by Cornwall’s tourist board, this is the go to site for everything about the county. Particularly good for its What’s On calendar which covers the huge variety of events from country walks and nature to theatre and music. There are also plenty of useful sections covering different groups, be it families with children or people with dogs, and they even – very honestly – have suggestions for rainy days.
Seasalt is a successful fashion brand but their blog is much more than just a puff for their clothes. The Meet The Bloggers section gives a clear idea of the personalities ‘shouting out about life in Cornwall.’ With a strong and long connection to the county, their Cornish love affair comes across, whether discussing the trendy Port Elliot festival, behind the scenes of photo shoots or gig rowing.
Freelance writer Rachel Wilson-Couch’s highly individual take on the ‘frustrating glory’ of living in Cornwall should be read by everyone who imagines life here is all surfing, blue skies and pasty eating. Whether giving her view of childbirth, the Four Best…Moans About Cornwall or why nolonger a foodie, she always has something interesting to say – even if you disagree with her opinion.
As a copywriter and designer, it’s to be expected that Anna Clark’s blog would be beautiful and well written, but it is also fun. She may rave about living in Cornwall, but why would anyone be reading a blog about Cornish life unless they felt something positive about the county? There are also plenty of quirky points of view under her section Rants And Ramblings and useful advice such as What To Pack when visiting Cornwall.
A long running and newsy blog about what is going on in Cornwall with a whole range of subjects from filming of Poldark to festivals and bicycle hire. Well laid out with a useful side section on the most popular posts and clear titles for the archives.
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