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The Old Chapel B&B Cornwall guest review award 2015

We Won a Guest Review Award for 2015

We have been notified that we have just won the guest review award for 2015. This award is giving to an accommodation provider who has an overall average guest review score of 8 or higher. Our overall score for 2015 was an excellent 9.6 out of 10. Kimberley and I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of our guests for your fantastic review scores which enabled us to receive this award. We are really grateful to you and want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the support you have given us. We could [...]
The italian garden at Pencarrow house and gardens

Gardens in Cornwall to Visit – Free Guide

With 2016 being the year of the English garden, as promoted by VisitEngland, there is an increasing focus on gardens and the joys of visiting them. VisitEngland are promoting English gardens as part of the 300th anniversary of 'Capability' Brown the great landscape gardener, in fact I wrote a recent blog post on this topic which you can read here. Even though he never visited Cornwall (shame) there is still a great interest from visitors to this beautiful county for the gardens in Cornwall and what they have to offer. Gardens in Cornwall There is a wide range of gardens [...]
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2016 Year of the English Garden

You may not know that 2016 has been designated as the Year of the English Garden by VisitEngland. Basically it is a PR initiative by VisitEngland to raise the profile of all English gardens to celebrate the 300th anniversary of Capability Brown, the famous garden designer.

Gardens continue to be one of the most popular visitor attractions for both domestic and international visitors to England. According to the Capability Brown website  more than half of international holiday visits include a trip to a park or garden, second only to shopping! Also one in five English residents (18%) visited a garden on their last break in England. This makes visiting gardens a very popular pastime.