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Top 10 Recommended Honeymoons in Cornwall


Honeymoons in Cornwall
We're often asked for location recommendations for honeymoons in Cornwall. Browse our 'Top 10 Recommended Honeymoons in Cornwall' locations list for ideas. We'd also suggest you look at our other 'Top 10' lists for inspiration. If you're looking for honeymoon ideas for South West England then click through to read more about the region.

Padstow, Cornwall

For the Camel Estuary, its superb sandy beaches and for nearby coastline such as Mother Ivey's Bay. Rock, an exclusive Cornish village, is across the water.

St. Ives

Hardly a revelation but this place is extraordinary. On the south side of St Ives Bay, the town is packed with things to do from Tate St Ives to coastal walking. Not far from Land's End and Sennen on The Land's End Peninsula (The Penwith Peninsula).

St. Mawes, Cornwall

We've researched the county for years and St Mawes still stands out as one of Cornwall's finest locations. On the The Roseland Peninsula. Falmouth is across the water. Helford and its estuary are to the south west.

Sennen, Cornwall

When the sun's out, we'd argue that Whitesand Bay is one of the most stunning places in Cornwall, perhaps the UK. Try St. Just, Porthcurno and Mousehole which are also on The Land's End Peninsula (The Penwith Peninsula).

Fowey, Cornwall

On the bank of one of Cornwall's most famous estuaries. Across the water is Polruan. Stunning location with plenty to do.


To the west of Plymouth and the Cornwall/Devon border. It's a superb place with fine beaches, local walking, restaurants and pubs. Can get very busy. Head east to the sublime and massive Whitsand Bay.

Mawgan Porth, Cornwall

North of Newquay, south of Padstow and the Camel Estuary. The Scarlet Hotel, 'Cornwall's luxury eco hotel' is recommended.

Marazion, Cornwall

The town from which you look out upon St Michael's Mount. Try also Porthleven to the east. Penzance and the highly popular Mousehole to the south and south west.

Port Isaac

One of a number of cracking locations on the north Cornwall coast. Classic Cornich fishing village and harbour. Try also Boscastle and Tintagel.

Calstock, Tamar Valley AONB

This is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty as opposed to a specific location. It's not your typical Cornish coastal destination which is why we include it. Clearly, given it's name, the place is stunning. We particularly like the area around Calstock.