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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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Top 5 Reasons Why We Love Winter

We love the transition of the bright light of summer to the spectacular, dramatic and moody skyscapes that stretch into the horizon. Here are five reasons why winter is our favourite season...

Five reasons why we love winter in Cornwall: 

1. Nothing but your footprints

Cornwall in winter is empty and peaceful. There’s nothing more satisfying in life than having an entire beach to yourself. Run, walk or stroll across uninterrupted stretches of sand. The most life you’ll see is in the rock pools. [greenaway path]

2. Cornish Charm

Okay, we admit it. The sun doesn’t always shine in Cornwall. Sometimes, the mist and drizzle (or mizzle in Cornish) descends. This is the best time to explore and relax in one of our quaint coastal villages or towns. Go shopping outside the hustle and bustle of high season, before hunkering down to a hot chocolate or cream tea in one of our famous tea rooms.

3. Serious swell

Cornish seas come alive with Atlantic swells as soon as winter arrives. The north coast is the perfect place to grab a board and brush up on your surfing skills. If you’re not a winter warrior, grab a hoody and watch from the cliffs. Fancy some storm chasing? Make sure you head for the coast when high tide coincides with a huge swell.

4. Winter walks

The wild Cornish winters make for spectacular and dynamic coastal scenery. Whack on your wellies, take to the foot paths and watch the waves batter the cliffs. For a change in scenery, head to the equally rugged Bodmin Moor. There’s 150 square miles to explore of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and World Heritage Site. Rough Tor and Brown Willy, the two highest peaks in Cornwall, are well worth the hike to the top. Expansive views over moorland, standing stones, disused tin mines and medieval farms are a great illustration of Cornwall’s diversity.

5. Foodie feasts

Winter is a time to indulge and pack on those extra warming layers. There was a time when Cornish food conjured up pictures of pasties or clotted cream. These days Cornwall can offer so much more. Its status as a foodie destination is continuing to grow. The winter months are no exception with an abundance of food festivals and farmers’ markets.

The Padstow Christmas Festival is a must-visit this December.