May holiday in Cornwall to appreciate that weather from the outside not the office chair? Yes please!

If you are going to enjoy a May short break in Cornwall then you will more than likely be enjoying it in the sunniest place in the UK at this time of year.

It’s true glorious sunshine in this county has been consistent year on year and at any point during your May holiday in Cornwall there is a 45-50% chance of it being very sunny (http://www.weather-months.com).  As well as these facts ask any locals and they will always tell you a May holiday in Cornwall will almost certainly reward you with the better weather reaching higher temperatures than a later Summer one.

This year the welcomed long weekend break comes early on the 7th with the arrival of the May bank holiday. Cornwall is buzzing on this weekend, with so much to see and do. So here are a few ideas to plan your May bank holiday break in Cornwall around and any other May holidays in Cornwall for those of you who fancy a quieter period…

1st May
Padstow May Day
4th-18th May
Finn Festival, Falmouth
5th-12th May
St Ives Literature Festival
8th May
Helston Flora Day
9th-20th May
Daphne du Maurier Festival
19th May
Olympic Torch Relay

And some beautiful spots to discover during your May short break in Cornwall…

St Ives
The Lizard
Isles of Scilly
Falmouth

St Mawes
Polzeath
Padstow
Portreath
St Agnes

As the month progresses, the length of the daylight hours becomes very long, and it won’t get totally dark outside before 10pm on many days in late May. What a perfect period for those late barbeques on the beach, evening surf sessions or just cheeky vino’s in the hot tub (see our VIP lodges).

I know when I’ll be taking my annual leave this year, a May holiday in Cornwall it is, I’m just lucky it’s all on my doorstep! It could be on yours too…literally….http://www.ecoholidaylodges.com/

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