(PRWEB UK) 19 February 2014
Cornwall based accommodation specialists Duchy Holidays report that, despite the recent heavy storms and floods, their properties have not been damaged and Cornwall is open for business. Although storms and floods have badly affected parts of the South West of England, Perranporth and St Agnes, where many of their properties are located, were not heavily hit by the storms as a whole, leaving many businesses and local attractions unscathed and ready to welcome tourists.
A spokesperson for Duchy Holidays said: “We want to let everybody know that not only is Cornwall still open for business, but it is also an excellent time to visit right now. Cornwall is really beautiful in winter and early spring, and there are plenty of wet weather attractions throughout the area to keep the family dry and entertained on a rainy day. Our properties were completely undamaged in the recent storms and floods, and we have a number of beautiful self catering cottages available right now, so you can come down and see for yourself how quickly Cornwall recovers from bad weather.”
Headlines regarding the damage to the Dawlish rail line may have implied that the area is cut off, however with only a few exceptions the roads into Cornwall have remained open, with bus and coach replacement services taking railway passengers through the affected area. In addition, with flights into Newquay airport being unaffected, it is still easy to reach any destination in Cornwall.
Duchy Holidays are self catering accommodation specialists on the North Cornwall coast, with over 120 properties in towns and villages throughout the area. Ranging from apartments by the beach to pretty rural cottages, the properties are personally selected and recommended. Duchy Holidays is a family run business since 1994 and provides a friendly, informative service to give holidaymakers a perfect Cornish break.
For more information on Duchy Holidays, or to check availability online, please visit their website at http://www.duchyholidays.co.uk.