Warmer seas, quieter beaches and mild temperatures make September one of the best times to visit Cornwall.
As well as a full entertainment calendar on the park featuring live music, daily kids’ club, comedy nights, the county is buzzing with fun events for you and the family to enjoy, and there.
Bude Jazz Festival 1-4 September 2015
Live music from a range of artists in the north Cornwall town.
St Ives September Festival 12-26 September 2015
Over 300 events are planned this year, from great music to exhibitions, workshops and live theatre.
Newquay Fish Festival 11-13 September 2015
Fresh fish, cooking demos, local produce, live music and more, hosted in Newquay’s beautiful harbour.
Truro Day 13 September, 11am-8pm
Bouncy castle, face-painting, pony rides, crafting, live theatre, music and dance in Truro’s Bowcawen Park.
Interiors & Homewares Market 18-19 September 2015
This two-day event features some of Cornwall’s finest makers of interiors and homewares.
Looe Music Festival 18-20 September
Day and weekend tickets give you the opportunity to see a range of acts including Jools Holland, The Proclaimers and Johnny Marr.
Great Cornish Food Festival 25-27 September
This mouth-watering event offers a packed timetable of masterclasses, sampling, cooking demos and kids-activities.
Tempted? Book your seven-night break at Monkey Tree from just £56 per person this September.
Seven nights from 12 September 2015:
Pentewan holiday home – £290 (ONLY 1 LEFT)
Trenance holiday home – £335
Crantock holiday home – £375
St Ives holiday home – £460
Padstow holiday home – £540
Call the booking hotline on 01872 572032 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details and to book.