How to spend New Years in Cornwall!

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Mousehole Lights

The picturesque town of Mousehole (pronounced locally like Mowzle!) becomes illuminated by spectacular festive lights. The high street features huge displays whilst in the harbour giant floating attractions appear.

Not to be missed, you can explore the surrounding countryside during the day and as the sun sets, visit Mousehole to see the display.

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St. Ives Fancy Dress & Fireworks Display

The morning of New Year's Eve in St Ives starts off like any other but once the roads close at 6pm the town bursts into a giant fancy dress party! Street stalls appear, local bands start to play and each pub/venue has it's own event going on.

There's plenty to see, do, eat & drink and once it hits midnight an amazing fireworks display is set off over the pier which lights up the whole harbour!

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Explore the Beaches

Around this time of year the beaches are quieter. The weather may not be as warm, but the amazing scenery, exhilarating sea air and spectacular coastline remain for you to explore.

St Michael's Mount and the bay are as stunning as ever. If you're bringing your pets along on your holiday the miles of amazing coastline will be the best dog walk you'll ever experience.

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Eat at Award Winning Restaurants

Marazion is host to many award winning restaurants. The Godolphin Arms (pictured) is just one of the town's restaurants to win awards on both local and national levels.

When you're tired from a day spent exploring everything Cornwall has to offer, relax and recharge at some of the countries finest restaurants.

Join us for Christmas and/or New Year and enjoy a magical festive retreat in the UK's most visited county.