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Gay Friendly Travel Guide
Cornwall
Cornwall doesn't boast any serious gay scenes, but it is a great place for gay couples to enjoy a romantic getaway.

Our Gay Friendly Guide will help you find the best gay-owned and genuinely gay-friendly places to stay, to eat, and to drink.

We will also point you towards other gay-owned businesses, shops, galleries etc that will treat you with equality and respect.

Cornwall also has some superb venues for a gay wedding ceremony. Read our guide
gay weddings in cornwall
The Best of Cornwall
We know Cornwall very well. We have spent a lot of time here. These are our favourite places. We think you'll like them too!
North Cornwall is one of Britain's finest
destinations for a romantic getaway.
Our Gay Friendly Guide will help you to find
the best beaches - from well known surfing
meccas to secret secluded coves.
We also show you the most interesting
towns, the quaintest fishing villages, the
most spectacular scenery, our favourite
gay-owned and gay-friendly places to stay, to
eat, to get married, and much more...

Gay-Friendly Guide to North Cornwall
West Cornwall is an awe-inspiring place.
This is a land of towering cliffs, secluded
coves, glorious beaches, and the relentless
pounding of the mighty Atlantic Ocean.
West Cornwall also boasts the bustling
resort of Newquay, several nice villages, and
the jewel in Cornwall's crown, St Ives.
Our gay friendly guide will show you the best
of West Cornwall - including our favourite
gay-owned and gay-friendly places to stay.

Gay-Friendly Guide to West Cornwall
South & East Cornwall offer a huge contrast
to the wild and rugged North & West.
This is an area of sheltered bays, safe
harbours, wooded river valleys, tidal creeks,
picture-postcard fishing villages and bustling
holiday towns.
This area is far more developed than the
North - so seclusion is harder to find, but the
rivers and creeks offer a tranquil escape from
the often crowded coast..

Gay-Friendly Guide to South Cornwall
Porthcurno Bay and Logan Rock Headland