New Year's Day Roast
Start the first day of the year as you mean to go on, with top-notch food and great company. Whether you need to refuel after a late night of celebrations, or you’re starting January with a fresh appetite, book a table at The Alverton from midday-8pm and tuck into our New Year’s Day roast menu.
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New Year’s Day Charity Day
Nothing beats a brisk walk on New Year’s Day to cure the sore head from the night before, and embrace the first day of a brand new year. This New Year’s Day, visit The Lost Gardens of Heligan, at their botanical oasis of woodland, flora, and seasonal fruit and vegetables.
Your visit on 1st January will also help towards a great cause, as Heligan have pledged to donate all money raised from the admission tickets to their chosen charity – First Light.
Discover more details here.
A tradition that has survived since 1624, every 6th January in Bodmin, the streets are filled with the melodies of wassail songs from years gone-by. Dressed to impress in top hats and tailcoats, the day starts at the Bodmin Town Council.
📷: Bodmin Wassail
Some Guys Have All The Luck
Rod Stewart fans looking for things to do this January in Cornwall – listen up! On 12th January, The Hall for Cornwall will be welcoming Paul Metcalfe as Rod Stewart, to tell the tale of the rock legend. Go on a journey of musical history that spans over six decades, and learn about the transition from humble beginnings to meteoric, global success.
📷: Hall for Cornwall
Silent Disco Yoga
Yoga is an ancient, meditative process that improves strength and flexibility. Where better to practise a historic ritual that promotes a healthy body, mind, and spirit, than in the four walls of Cornwall’s only cathedral?
Book a place at the Silent Disco Yoga session, pop on your headphones, and lose yourself in your flow in the breath-taking setting of the nineteenth-century landmark.
📷: Silent Disco Yoga
Bobby’s Taste of Cornwall
Indulge in six-courses of award-winning Cornish cuisine this January, at our sister hotel – The Greenbank. Boasting one of the best ocean view restaurants in Falmouth, join Head Chef Bobby Southworth on 25th January, as he showcases his talents in the kitchen with an impressive tasting menu.
Influenced by old traditions in Cornish cuisine, married with new twists and flavour fusions, each course will be served with commentary and top tips from Bobby himself. A true culinary experience by the water’s edge, discover the best of the south west with every forkful.
Last but not least on our guide of things to do this January in Cornwall is a weekend full of insightful discussions and seminars. ‘Reclaim’ invites guest speakers, experts, and artists in different areas across mental and planetary wellbeing, to come together and open up the debate around many thought-provoking topics.