New guide to Cornwall’s hidden gems – the slow way
Posted by bradttravel on 19 June 2012
Release: 20th June 2012
Slow Cornwall is a personal celebration of what makes Cornwall special – an invitation to slow down and enjoy its beauty and diversity. In this new guide local resident Kirsty Fergusson uses her insider’s knowledge to dig deep into the soul of the area.
Whether sitting on a harbour wall watching fishermen land their catch, pottering along wooded creeks in a canoe, chatting to gardeners and artists or strolling the wild north coast cliffs this Bradt guide gives you reasons to linger.
Slow travel is encouraged with tips for car-free exploration and information on travelling by bus, train, bike or on foot.
As much an entertaining armchair read as a practical guide, and intended for locals as well as newcomers, this book delves into the essence of Cornwall with affection, humour and understanding.
Kirsty Fergusson enriches your stay with her local knowledge on where to stay, eat and drink and what to see and do, with an eye for the less obvious. An expert on Cornish gardens, her book sheds new light on Cornwall’s horticultural treasures.
To request a review copy or for more details contact Debbie Hunter email@example.com
Tel +44 (0)1753 893444
Title: Slow Cornwall & the Isles of Scilly Author: Kirsty Fergusson
Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides Publication: 22nd June 2012
Price: £14.99 ISBN: 9781841623924
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