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Why Carbis Bay is perfect for couples

Why Carbis Bay is perfect for couples

Couples looking for luxury holiday cottages for a getaway together might want to consider Carbis Bay. The sister of St Ives, this beautiful spot is far quieter than it's more famous neighbour, lending it a more intimate atmosphere that's perfect for romance.

Pendennis Castle is ideal for a family day out

Pendennis Castle makes for a great day out in Falmouth

Booking holiday cottages in Falmouth is a great choice if you want to have plenty of options for days out during your break in Cornwall. This quaint port on the south coast of the county has a history that dates back to Anglo-Saxon times and boasts a host of fascinating attractions to visit.

Newquay is famed for its New Year's Eve celebrations

See in the new year with a last minute cottage in Cornwall

If you are stuck for ideas about what to do to see in the new year, why not book last minute cottages in Cornwall? The UK's most beautiful county has plenty of parties on December 31st, as well as the ideal way to recover - a walk on the beach.

Enjoy a pukka break in Cornwall

Gourmet Cornwall breaks with a Jamie Oliver dinner

Head west in January for a Cornish break with a difference, as Breaks in Cornwall are offering a four-night mini-break with five-course dinner at a Jamie Oliver restaurant. Stay in a self-catering apartment in Porth Bay and pay just £129 per person, making a saving of 15 per cent.

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Coffee with a local in Amsterdam

Amsterdam

This week IdealShortBreaks.co.uk is in Amsterdam drinking strong black coffee with local Machteld Ligtvoet, who gives us tips on some of his favourite local haunts – including where you can go to find one of the best views of the city.

Top five alternative Christmas markets

Alternative Christmas markets

Forget the likes of Germany and Eastern European favourites, Budapest, Krakow and Prague this year and why not head to some alternative Christmas market destinations for something a little different this festive season?