October brings colourful leaves, quiet beaches, half term fun and Halloween happenings! We’ve rounded up the best of the month so you can get out and explore…
Dead of Night Dance, Rogue Theatre – 21st October – 31st October
If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise! Just a short hop from us, in the depths of Tehidy Woods a wicked and wonderful Halloween celebration takes place with theatre and adventure, thrills, frights, delights and dancing. Journey deep into the forest to the land of the rapturously dead where a collection of comic, macabre and sheer ghostly short stories plays out. Designed for brave adventurers of all ages!
Falmouth Oyster Festival – 12th – 15th October
A celebration of the start of the oyster dredging season. Four days of seafood, cooking demos, live music and food and craft stalls by the waterside in Falmouth.
Roald Dahl’s Halloweden – 21st – 29th October
Half term fun at the world-famous Eden Project. Pit yourself against Roald Dahl’s infamous villains as your encounter themes from five of the best-selling books. Take part in witch spotter training sessions, explore The Twit’s house, enter the magical world of The BFG, ice skate at the indoor rink and dance the night away at the Little Monsters’ Ball.
Paella Night at Gwel An Mor – 26th October
Come and join us at The Terrace Restaurant for an evening of the most authentic paella in Cornwall created by our Spanish Head Chef, Joe Lado-Devesa. Delicious paella or vegetarian paella plus plenty of Spanish wines available during the evening. Just £15.95pp, book now on 01209 844132.
Kid’s Halloween Parties at Gwel An Mor – 26th & 31st October
Lots of spooky fun at our Kid’s Halloween Parties – soft play, Clip N’Climb taster sessions, disco, party games, buffet and spooky punch. £10 per child (FREE for residents) and free for those under 1 or not yet walking. Places must be pre-booked on 01209 844164. All ages welcome. From 5pm – 7pm.
Ride the Spooky Express – 21st – 29th October
All aboard for a steam train ride with a difference! A spooks trail, Halloween quiz, spooky colouring and a prize for everyone who comes in fancy dress.
Falmouth Beer Festival – 19th – 21st October
More than 200 real ales, ciders and perries alongside live music, pub grub and free drinks for designated drivers!
Re-Opening of Tate St Ives – 14th & 15th October
After a major expansion that has taken four years, the gallery is set to re-open with an extra 600 square meters of gallery space. The new galleries will tell the story of modern art in St Ives featuring work by Ben Nicholson, Barbara Hepworth and Patrick Heron among others. There will be FREE entry on 14th & 15th October, so go and have a look around!
Come and stay before 31st December – including October half term, Christmas and New Year – and you’ll get 15% off!
Plus if you have four legged friends to bring they can also come for FREE (in one of our pet friendly lodges).
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