Portscatho Holidays Blog
Falmouth Oyster Festival This Weekend - 12th - 15th OctoberFriday, 13 October, 2017
This weekend, The Falmouth Oyster Festival returns to Events Square for one of our biggest and best food festivals.
This annual four day festival celebrates the start of the oyster dredging season, the native Fal Oyster and Cornish seafood, with four days of feasting and fun cooking demonstrations by top chefs.
Visit the tent to enjoy live music, Cornish produce, arts and crafts, real ale and wine bars, oyster and seafood bars. As part of the festival, the Working Boats get out on the water for a race, there is the Grand Oyster Parade, shucking competition and a Grand Oyster Draw.
Lots to enjoy throughout the festival.
Autumn in Cornwall - a great time for a short breakWednesday, 27 September, 2017
As we head into October, there's still so many reasons to enjoy an autumn break in Cornwall - quieter beaches, festivals galore (including the Falmouth Oyster Festival from 12-15th October) and a get your wellies on and visit the beach and then return to a cosy holiday cottage, light the fire and enjoy a relaxing break.
Get in touch on 01326 270900 for more details on short breaks on The Roseland.
Falmouth Week & Red Arrows on Wednesday 9th!Tuesday, 8 August, 2017
The Red Arrows will perform their spectacular display over Falmouth Bay as part of their annual visit for Falmouth Regatta Week. The display will start at 6.15pm (don't be late because the Red Arrows won't be!).
Viewing points from the beaches, Pendennis, St Anthony and St Mawes Castle.
Enjoying the sunset after a long summer's dayThursday, 6 July, 2017
The perfect end to a warm summers day in St Mawes and the River Fal with a stunning sunset showing the silhouette of St Mawes Castle!
YSKYNNA on the QUAY in St MawesTuesday, 9 May, 2017
Come and see this spectacular show, of aerial acrobatics and vertical dance ( subject to weather) on the Quay in St Mawes on Monday 29th May at 15:30.