Easter Holiday – Lydford Gorge, Snake Oil Game, Holywell Bay Pitch & Putt

I hope you all had a fantastic Easter break, I certainly did! When it comes to holidays, I make sure I try and not leave a day spare and ensure that I make the most of my time off. Have you ever had a holiday and when you come back to work and someone asks you what you did and you just don’t really know –it’s depressing! Plan something for every day, that’s my advice, that way your holiday will seem longer and you’ll have a lot more fun. Here is a little article about just some of the things we did over the Easter holiday:

On a particularly sunny day four of us drove to Holywell Bay, which is near Newquay to have a go on their awesome Pitch and Putt course. I’ve not been to every pitch and putt in Cornwall but I have been to a few and this is definitely my favourite. This is because it has fantastic sea views as well as having a varied, interesting and fun course. My favourite hole is number 17 where you must tee off from the top of a cliff and try and land the ball on the green at the bottom of the cliff. Awesome fun!

Holywell Bay Pitch and Put
After the couple hours it takes to go round the 18 hole, pitch and putt course we headed to the nearby Crantock beach. It’s an excellent beach with a National Trust run carpark, which means free parking for NT members like me! Crantock is located on the west side of Newquay by the River Gannel Estuary. With a great expanse of golden sand and surf that’s suitable for all abilities, it’s a great beach for families and surfers to visit. My favourite thing about the beach is the huge dune that you must climb to get onto the beach. It’s a bit of a mission t