My husband and I are planning a trip for Cornwall at the end of this month for 6 days. There is so much to see and do, we know that 6 days is a very short time, however, we're having a hard time narrowing down what to see and do, and where to stay!
We're both in our 30's and will be driving from London so will be having a car with us. We're interested in hikes, walks (of medium difficulty), places of scenic beauty, old fishing villages, seaside views, and local FOOD! Not too interested in busy town centres.
Our budge is for mid-priced B&B's, and the occasional splash-out for a meal.
We also have National Trust membership so are hoping to take advantage of it.
Any suggestions of where we should base ourselves? Parking would be preferable. I'm wondering if we should stay 3 days in one town, and then 3 days in another to see more?
Secondly, any suggestions of good walks and especially mid-priced restaurants/ pubs/ dives for delicious local food? Also, where can I taste the best cornish pasties and clotted creme?
Any suggestions of must-have local ingredients to take back with me to London?