The Farmhouse at Helsbury Park is available to rent from March 1st 2011. We’ve spent some time living on site overseeing the improvements to this stunning building as well as managing the build of our amazing pool facility. So if you’ve checked our calendar for 2011 and your week has already been booked, or you’ve stayed in the Farmhouse before then this is your chance to experience 5 star dog friendly luxury at its best. The Farmhouse has 3 double bedrooms and is beautifully spacious and luxurious. From the upstairs gallery, the bespoke kitchen to the breathtaking breakfast room overlooking the park, it really is something special. As well as an enclosed family garden there’s also a separate garden for your dog with a kennel.
From Helsbury Park
James Wharram Designs from Devoran Cornwall win Classic Boat design competition for an Eco Fishing boat.
James Wharram Ethnic design, the 27ft Amatasi double canoe, was the only catamaran entry. The design is developed from the 21ft Tahiti Wayfarer design and inspired by the Ethnic canoe craft of the Pacific. The hull lines are derived from the fishing canoe hulls of Samoa (bonito canoe, Va’a alo or Amatasi) and similar canoes in the Society islands. They have very shallow draft and are easy to row and beach. The boat is steered with steering paddles. read full story on the Wharram blog here
Mylor Harbourside holidays are offering all our customers, old and new, the chance to win a luxury spring break for 2011 in one of our apartments for up to six people.
There will be one prize for each category. The prize includes a short break or a week in our self catering accommodation-the ” One man/woman and their dog” category prize being in a dog friendly apartment so they can come too!
To be in with a chance to win this amazing prize all you have to do is take a photo of Mylor. Easy!
Full details on how to enter can be found here
A Ladybird bathing in the sunshine in West Cornwall.
According to The UK Ladybird Survey – The invasion of the harlequin ladybird (Harmonia axyridis) has threatened our native populations – they are given people a chance to find out more about Ladybirds & record sightings here.
Photo by Cornish Heritage