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Cornwall in Winter- Things to do

Winter is such a beautiful time to visit Cornwall.  Everything has a sense of magic and stillness, it’s the perfect recharge. 

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Fun for all the Family

Families come first at St Moritz. Whether you’re five or sixty-five, we’ve ensured all generations are looked after for a family holiday in Cornwall. 

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Five of our Favourites- Summer Cornwall Festivals

We do love a good festival and Cornwall is getting a real name for the place to be for music, great cuisine and a really relaxed vibe. 

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Padstow Christmas Festival 2016

Fifty thousand people will descend on Padstow this weekend for the annual and ever-popular Padstow Christmas Festival. 

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top 5 places to do your christmas shopping

Our top 5 local places for you to do your Christmas shopping

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What's on in November 2015

What's on this November in Cornwall. Our pick of the bunch

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Gym Based Boxing

We are running Gym Based Boxing classes in our Sea Side restaurant

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What's on in October 2015

What's on this October in Cornwall. Our pick of the bunch

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St Moritz Triathlon Challenge

Challenge yourselves this winter to the St Moritz Triathlon Challenge!

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leisure member activity days

We have a large group of loyal, local leisure members and we would like to bring everybody together for some fun and active social events.

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Circuits at St Moritz

Circuit classes every Wednesday at St Moritz Hotel Cornwall

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Pilates at St Moritz

Pilates classes every Saturday at St Moritz Hotel Cornwall

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Rockfish Wellies

The St Moritz Hotel has teamed up with Rockfish Wellies!

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Dinner Party in aid of the Cornwall Community Foundation

Charity dinner - Thursday 29th January at 7.30pm

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Five must-dos this Christmas in Cornwall

There are so many things to do in Cornwall throughout the Christmas season. We've compiled a list of five of our favourites

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Celebrating the Great British Banger

It's British Sausage Week! To celebrate, we thought we would give you a few facts about our succulent sizzlers

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Happy Halloween!

We have had a fantastic October Half Term at the St Moritz! Here's a peak at what we've been up to

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Celtic 7 Marathon Challenge

Celebrate the end of a mammoth charity challenge with a feast at Eden!

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Top 5 Reasons Why We Love Winter

Here are five reasons why winter is our favourite season in Cornwall

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National Maritime Museum Sails Above The Rest!

This September the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth, South Cornwall, was named the most family-friendly museum in Britain

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what's on in September

The fun doesn't stop in Cornwall after the August Bank Holiday.Here are just some of our favourite September events

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Scary Goings On at St Moritz This Halloween

There are gruesome ghouls and scary surprises aplenty in north Cornwall this Halloween thanks to the tricks and treats we have up our sleeve

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Great Cornish Food Festival

The Great Cornish Food Festival returns this September with a fresh new name and new look to kick start the festival's second decade!

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Crew Clothing Stand Up Paddle Boarding Tour

Today marks the first day of the third leg of Crew Clothing's Stand Up Paddle Boarding Tour with Camel Ski School on Rock Beach

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Five must-dos this Christmas in Cornwall

There are so many things to do in Cornwall throughout the Christmas season. We’ve compiled a list of five of our favourites. 

1. Padstow Christmas Festival

Padstow Christmas Festival is one of the UK’s biggest free food festivals. From this Thursday 4 December until Sunday 7  December you can shop in the Christmas market, gain tips from chefs in the Sharp’s Demonstration Theatre, listen to live music at the bandstand, watch fireworks over the harbour and see Santa on his sleigh. 

2. Santa Fun Runs

Why not join team Santa to help raise funds for Cornwall Hospice Care?  You can run, jog or walk the route and meet afterwards for a mince pie and hot drink. Most events have a choice of two distances and some you can cycle. All you need to do is sign up, pay your entry fee, get your free Santa suit and get training.

There are eight events across Cornwall. If you want to stay local, the Wadebridge to Padstow Santa Cycle is at 10am this Saturday 6 December and the Santa Fun Run is at 1pm on the same day.  Spaces are limited so make sure register in advance. 

3. Ice Skating at Eden

Visit a rainforest and go ice skating in the space of an afternoon! The Eden Project’s beautiful ice rink is open until the 22 February. Public skating sessions are 40 minutes long and cost £6 plus the Eden Project entrance fee. Click here to book.

4. Christmas Day Dip

A Christmas day swim has become something of a tradition in Cornwall, but with the water temperature at around 10 degrees at this time of year, it’s not for the faint-hearted! If you do take the plunge, (no wetsuits allowed) the St Moritz bar is the perfect place to warm up afterwards with a hot toddy.

5. Mousehole Christmas Lights

Head to the far west to see the famous Mousehole Christmas lights.  Mousehole-based artist Joan Gillchrest started the tradition over 50 years ago with just two strings suspended across the harbour. From those early days the display has grown considerably (that’s an understatement!) and always promises to be one of the most impressive in Cornwall.

The 2014 “switch on” is on Saturday 13 December at 7.30pm. The lights will be on each evening between 5pm and 11pm until  Saturday 3 January.