Cornwall is a fantastic destination to visit all year round and Porthleven is no exception! Discover the beauty of the county in any season. Whether it’s a winter getaway, storm watching and exploring the county with fewer people around, or an early spring break to enjoy the sunshine while exploring gardens or hiking the South West Coast Path, there is always something to do. Summer is perfect for making family memories. Enjoy warmer seas, long days on the beach, water sports and alfresco dining. And, Autumn stays a little longer in Cornwall bringing with it warm days and tranquil beaches perfect for long dog walks. Whatever season you enjoy the most, our holiday cottages in Porthleven make a perfect base from which to discover Cornwall.
Enjoy a short break in a cosy cottage in Porthleven this winter. There is so much you can fit into your stay or just relax and go as the mood takes you! Long wintery walks on empty beaches, followed by a meal in a cosy pub or a fine restaurant or enjoy the county’s attractions taking advantage of the quieter season. Take a look here for inspiration: A long weekend break in Porthleven.
Christmas and New Year are popular times to visit too. Twinkling lights adorn our beautiful seaside villages and Cornish traditions keep our guests returning year on year.
Plan your holiday to get some Spring sunshine at Easter and May half term.
Cornwall’s temperate climate allows the first of the summer blooms to appear earlier than the rest of the country, include seeing the famous Cornish gardens in full bloom into your itinerary!
Most of Cornwall’s beaches are dog friendly until Easter, so it’s the perfect time for a beach walk to a lovely café. Here’s our insiders guide to the best beachside cafes.
Easter brings with it lots of activities for families. Set little imaginations alight with Easter Egg hunts in some of Cornwall’s loveliest outdoor spaces. And, be sure to see the outdoor theatre spectacular that Rogue Theatre (www.roguetheatre.co.uk) provide each year in Tehidy Woods.
From June to September Cornwall is lovely and warm. Our visitors love Porthleven because you can ditch the car for a week and spend your time walking, swimming, eating and enjoying the natural surroundings at a slower pace. Have a look at our Porthleven Summer Bucketlist for inspiration.
There are also inspiring family friendly attractions to visit if you want to travel a little. Here are our top 9 tried and tested!
We would argue this is the best time of year to visit Cornwall and Porthleven. The summer holidays come to an end it is a little quieter in the county. The days are still long and warm enough to enjoy swimming and days outdoors. It is a very popular time to walk the South West Coast path.
Plan your holiday around the Porthleven Arts Festival, St Ives September Festival or the Falmouth Oyster Festival in October. Enjoy a week with the family over half term to coincide with Halloween festivities.
If you need a bit more inspiration here are some reasons to visit Cornwall in Autumn.
October Half Term: 25th October – 1st November (dates vary in other counties)