There is a reason why this stretch of the north coast is as popular with local families as it is visitors! Find out why…
Some of our toddlers have become tweens and with it has come an unexpected parenting conundrum: Too old for the indignity of their mate’s big sister to ‘babysit’ yet too young to be left home alone, figuring out what to do when we go out can be tricky. And sometimes we want to pop in somewhere… Continue reading Truro’s Sanctuary
Ice cream… nothing better on a hot summer’s day. Or a brisk winter day come to think of it. Here at Mumsnet Cornwall my children are very fond of an ice cream… and so am I! While I won’t dip my hands in my pockets every time we’re at the beach, I do sometimes drop an icey cone into a… Continue reading Ice cream!
From country pubs and beach-side cafes to Michelin starred dining at the very top of the scale, there are many fantastic places to eat out in Cornwall. Every restaurant on this list has something special to offer, but what unites every single place is a passionate believe that local and seasonal is best. I hope you… Continue reading Eating out Cornwall: restaurants
Eating out in Cornwall can be a tricky thing – so many places to choose from, where do you begin? So, doing all the hard work so you don’t have to, the Mumsnet Cornwall team has rounded up 5 of our favourite places for an al fresco lunch. And if you have a favourite place that… Continue reading 5 Places for lunch…outside
This is a super-quick no fuss pizza recipe that even the smallest hands can help to make!
Having dreaded the half term break and what on earth to do to entertain small and smallest son since about 2am last Thursday, by the time the storms hit (and the gin cellar was stocked) I was quite able to entertain the idea that we might have some fun. Lashings of rain long debated and… Continue reading Storms, sandcastles and sloe gin