If the idea of a mass of tourists and crowds fills you with dread, then an Angarrack holiday is the perfect solution. The small village near the town of Hayle is perfect as it is secluded enough to be peaceful, yet near enough to enjoy a whole range of exciting activities. An Angarrack holiday rental cottage is a brilliant base from which to explore this exciting area and a comfortable place to rest your head after an adventure-filled day!
An Angarrack holiday focuses on rest and relaxation with the option of participating in outdoor activities should the urge overcome you. The village is a great place to enjoy walking and cycling with many trails and coastal paths leading out from Angarrack. In the immediate area visitors can enjoy activities such as horse riding, fishing, sailing, swimming, diving, tennis and golf.
Approximately 7 miles north of the village is the coastal town of St. Ives. Whilst on an Angarrack holiday it is worth venturing out to the attractions that can be found here. There is a branch of the Tate Gallery in the town which opened in 1993 as well as the Barbara Hepworth Museum which exhibits sculptures by the famous 20th century artist. Attached to the museum are the gardens which are very secluded, containing most of Barbara Hepworth's favourite sculptures.
If you visit St. Ives on the first Monday in the month of February each year, you will be privileged enough to see the Hurling of the Silver Ball, a festival that has been around since Celtic times. At 10.30am a silver ball is thrown from the wall of the parish church by the mayor. A line of people right down to the beach pass the ball along until 12 noon. The lucky person holding the silver ball at this time receives a prize!
If you are looking to book an Angarrack holiday rental cottage then you can expect to experience a temperate climate in this part of Britain. This means that there are warm summers and mild winters to look forward to. An Angarrack holiday offers summertime temperatures of around 19°C with it sometimes reaching as high as 26°C during the daytime. The warmest months to visit are usually July and August, although the month of September still sees temperatures of around 16°C. The winter months rarely see a drop in temperature below 3°C and it is even rarer to see any snow in these parts. The average annual rainfall for the area is 39 inches, with most of the rain falling during the winter.
Travellers starting out on an Angarrack holiday will most likely arrive at Newquay Airport (NQY) which is approximately 40 minutes away from the village. There are several airlines offering affordable flights to the area such as Flybe, Jet2com,. Air Southwest and BMIbaby. Passengers can travel from various UK airports including Belfast (BFS), Gatwick (LGW), Manchester (MAN), Newcastle(NCL) and Glasgow (GLA).