I just checked, and I can't get into Pedn Olva, and lots of other places, at the time of year when I came to England last year which was the first week in July. The weather was absolutely perfect then. Little rain. Lots of sun. Even a little hot. (Not compared to Midland, Tx, but hot-ish.) Airline flights are much cheaper and hotels are available in March. I know the weather changes so suddenly in most of England, but is it generally "cold" like in you need a coat and heavy socks and boots and coats in March in Cornwall? Or, is it pretty nice, generally? Is it "likely" to rain every day for weeks or what? I'm retired, but I sometimes work part-time in our school district and spring break is in mid-March. That would be an easy time to come. It's such a long way--I don't want to waster such a hard trip and then have really cold weather. I know it could happen anytime, but in your experience, what are the odds it might be pretty nice in mid-March. I would love a tiny storm though. Hee Hee. Thanks soooo much for your help!