Christmas Activities in December in Cornwall
When the winter is settling in, Cornwall becomes quieter but the scenery is even more wonderful. Christmas time is getting close as December starts and we are all looking forward to some lovely food and drinks and quality family time.
To make the most of your time in Cornwall and enjoy the festivities, there are plenty of events taking place around the county. Many Christmas markets will also be the perfect place to find presents to offer or simply to treat yourself.
Healeys Christmas Market at Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm - From 16th November until 22nd December
This beautiful cider farm organises a lovely market every year with plenty of different activities, making for the perfect day out with the family. Carol singers, mulled wine and ciders, a craft station, face painting, delightful Christmas mince pies and cream teas and many farm animals to meet will be there to add to the fun of a day you will definitely remember.
Whether you are looking for a present or would like to discover some mouth watering Christmas flavours, this market will tick all the boxes. Discover some new recipes with chef's demos and local artists who will sell their work and will allow you to discover some craft to give you some ideas for presents.
Anther lovely Christmas market for the family to enjoy. With warm drinks and tasty mince pies, there is plenty to discover from local artists and their handmade work for sale. Fowey is a lovely fisherman village with a breathtaking harbour front definitely worth the visit.
With snow cannons, Santa's sleigh and grotto, giant inflatables and free mince pies, this is definitely the Christmas event you were waiting for. Discover a new side of Christmas parties in the evening from 6 until 9pm...
Immerse yourself in Christmas this year with the beautiful light show that Mousehole offers every year. Take a stroll along the harbour and discover how the town becomes magical at this time of the year.
Check our availability now and book your December retreat by the sea before the start of the festivities.