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Falmouth is beautiful in the spring

Celebrate the new season at the Falmouth Spring Festival

There is no better way to mark the changing of the season and the prospect of warmer weather than by enjoying a short break in Cornwall. There is even an ideal event to visit while you are there, the Falmouth Spring Festival.

Fowey is a peaceful spot for a beach break

Top 5 south Cornwall destinations for a beach break

If you are looking for a seaside break in the UK, there is no better choice than staying in south Cornwall cottages. The county's English Channel coastline has some great stretches of sand and lots of fine towns and villages to use as a base.

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.

There's lots to see and do in Port Isaac

Port Isaac - ideal for a short break in Cornish cottages

If you're looking for a real beauty spot in which to spend a short break, consider booking into holiday cottages in Port Isaac. This pretty little town is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is ideal for those who enjoy exploring the great outdoors.

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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?