Cornwall has everything! Miles of sandy beaches, beautiful rugged coastline, pretty fishing villages and plenty of history! From ruined mines and castles to iconic tourist attractions like St Michaels’ Mount and Land’s End. But if you’re looking for something different and want to escape the crowds, we’ve got some alternative ideas. Things to do that you may not know about!
Think of Newquay and the first thing that springs to many people’s minds is the town’s party reputation that’s not too dissimilar to Ibiza. But thanks to the local council’s crackdown on anti social behaviour, Newquay’s undergoing a transformation. Add to that some exciting, innovative new businesses having a really positive effect on the town. From cool and funky stores
Eating out is a big thing in Cornwall and something we love to do here at Seavista! Thanks to high profile chefs like Jamie Oliver, Rick Stein and Nathan Outlaw who’ve influenced the food scene, we’ve got some amazing eateries serving high quality, local produce. From beach cafes and harbour restaurants to country pubs and quirky finds, the list goes
We love walking at Seavista! Luckily, our location in North Cornwall means we’ve got some beautiful walks here on the doorstep in Mawgan Porth. Seavista is also handily located alongside the South West Coast path. This makes us ideal for exploring the stretch from Padstow to Newquay. Check in, chill out and wander the path. If you’re walking a few
After our Winter break in the snow and a cheeky little holiday to sunny Costa Rica, we’ve started the new season at Seavista with some exciting new things! Each year, we love to introduce new features to give our guests that little extra to make their stay special and unforgettable. We’re all about attention to detail and high quality service
Activities you must try this summer… Posted April 13, 2017
Cornwall = beautiful beaches and lazy beach days, right? Well, there is so much more to this beautiful county than fighting to put a windbreak up on the beach and sandy sandwiches. Here’s our guide to activities you must try this summer… Surfing Surfing began in Newquay in 1962 when two Australians arrived with boards and took to
Explore Cornwall’s Best Kept Secrets… Posted January 9, 2017
This year we didn’t make any resolutions but we have vowed to get out and explore Cornwall more. We have lived in Cornwall for over 10 years so you’d think we’d have seen it all, but we haven’t, this is our list of places we are going to visit this year… Wheal Coates, St Agnes – North Cornwall Maybe
Autumn at Seavista Posted September 20, 2016
As the nights draw in and the temperatures drop, it can only mean one thing; Autumn is officially here. People often think that Autumn/Winter is a time to hibernate but I think it’s the opposite, it is about getting out there and enjoying everything Cornwall has to offer. 1. Beaches and coastal paths – The South West coast path is
This year we’re celebrating our 10 year anniversary at Seavista and can’t believe where the time has gone! We’ve met so many wonderful people, made some lifelong friends and welcomed back guests who stayed with us in our very first year. There have been some challenges along the way but we have met them head on and loved every minute.
Why I Love Cornwall… Posted June 21, 2015
Oz and I took Barney to London last weekend for his 4th Birthday treat to go and see the Dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum. It was so exciting, getting the Great western Train into Paddington Station, seeing all the hustle and bustle and of course the Museum was fantastic! We even got to spend a lovely lazy Saturday on Wandsworth