Areas We Cover
As one of the fastest growing holidays let companies in the South-West we have selected some amazing Vay-Cays locations for you to explore.
Port Isaac is famous for being the fictional village of ‘Port Wenn’ in ITV’s Doc Martin and local Shanty Singer ‘The Fisherman’s Friends’, Port Isaac is a picturesque fishing village, offering historic cobblestoned lanes and fishermans cottages dating back to the 18th century. If history and fishing aren’t for you Port Isaac also offers rugged coastal path to be explored, art galleries and local trader shops and culinary delights not to mention award winning chef Nathan Outlaws two Michelin star restaurant ‘Restaurant Nathan Outlaw’.
Rock & Padstow
Rock & Padstow offer a haven to the wealthy and famous, including certain members of the Royal Family. Sometimes referred to as ‘Chelsea-on-sea’, Rock is located a short passenger ferry ride across the Camel Estuary from Padstow. Both host an array of boutique and high street shops, quiet and not-so-quiet nightlife, wonderful restaurants ranging from small family run bakeries and cafes to an empire of eateries owned by celebrity chefs such as Nathan Outlaw, Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth. If the culture of this prestigious area of Cornwall is not to your taste, Padstow is also the start/finish of the Camel Trail – a 17-mile-long pathway designed for cyclists, walkers and horse riding. You will find a number of cycle hire shops who provide everything you could possible need for a day exploring the trail.
One of Cornwall’s most popular seaside resorts, Polzeath is hugely popular with visitors young and old. Surfers flock to the Atlantic Coast and Polzeath’s beautiful sandy beach is no exception. Hosting several surf and watersport schools, shops and hire services, Polzeath really is a cool day out! If the surf isn’t your cup of tea, there are a number of shops, bars and restaurants offering goodies to enjoy. The Coastal path which travels along North Cornwall runs through Polzeath and the neighbouring bays are Daymer and Baby Bay.
The beautiful village of Boscastle and its historic harbour are steeped in history and culture. Home to The Witches museum, Boscastle hosts many several cultural celebrations and festivals throughout the year. The Coastal paths and dramatic scenery make for a
The beautiful village of Crackington Haven is home to one of Cornwall’s quieter beaches. This peaceful village offers a two tea rooms and a pub and is popular with walkers and cyclists. The stony beach is a must for keen photographers due to the dramatic rocky cliff-faces.
Fancy taking a trip back to Arthurian times? Visit King Arthur’s Castle, Tintagel Great Halls and a fantastic arrangement of shops, bars, restaurants and tea-rooms. The English Heritage hold entertainment for all ages throughout the summer season and you do quite often come across genuine re-enactors in the village in a full suit of armour.
If the seaside isn’t the holiday you are looking for, we also offer a selection of holiday homes in the country, away from the buzzing tourist attractions. Whether it be the moors offering miles of peaceful scenery to explore, or one of the many less travelled villages surrounding Cornwall’s countryside – it really is magnificent. Visit Crowdy Reservoir, Rough Tor & Brown Willy, Historic Davidstow Airfield and museums – not to mention the abundance of wildlife waiting to be discovered.