Camping in Cornwall for Families

Sara
People come to Cornwall for many reasons. Some come to explore the amazing local landscapes, some come to dine out. Other come to surf or walk or join an art class. But for most people, Cornwall is simply the destination of choice for the annual family holiday. With the family market being the most lucrative market to go after, exactly how do campsite owners go about attracting families to their Cornwall campsite? Well there quite a few ways to do this. First you should look into membership with VisitCornwall, perhaps advertising in their annual brochure or better still on their first-class website. Or go one step further and try to get a listing, accreditation or PR coverage through an association with VisitBritain.

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How to Promote Your Cornwall Cottage

Sara
There are so many places to promote your Cornwall cottage, the options can be confusing. If you own a holiday home you want to rent out to holiday makers you want to promote it in a way that gets noticed amongst all the other thousands of holiday cottages available in the county. You could do-it-yourself. This could be costly and time-consuming but also very rewarding. A good way to do this is to get your cottage accredited by a recognised holiday accommodation accreditation scheme. VisitCornwall has its own scheme that includes many benefits of membership of the local tourist board. It opens up opportunities to promote your cottage in their annual brochure, or on their website - which is the largest portal for visitors seeking information on holidays in Cornwall and Cornwall holiday cottages.

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Best Tourist Attractions in Falmouth

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The official town website for Falmouth – www.falmouth.co.uk – has recently undergone a radical transformation. It has been beautifully redesigned to provide an in-depth and very colourful guide to Falmouth and surrounding attractions on the Fal River. Falmouth is one of the key towns in Cornwall and one of its biggest located right on the coast. This is thanks to the huge natural harbour, one of Europe’s largest, which has made Falmouth a prominent sea port for ships since the very early days of sailing. This is one of the UK’s most prominent ports as it  is capable of berthing huge ships carrying cargo and passengers from far flung destinations. It is also a favourite with visiting yachtsmen who favour the tranquil sailing grounds and stunning scenery of the Carrick Roads – another name for the creeks and tributaries of the Fal Estuary.

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