2014

August is one of the busiest months of the year down here in the scorching South West. The Red Arrows take to the skies to show off their skills at regatta after regatta, Plymouth's famous hoe hosts the spectacular British Firework Championships and the eyes of the surfing world fall to Newquay as Relentless Boardmasters hits the waves.

Things tend to take a glamorous turn as July comes around, and our guests can expect to find everything from the British Polo on the Beach Championships to Merlin Rocket Week right on their doorsteps. There's plenty of opportunity to enjoy the sunshine in style with sailing events, the Westcountry Balloon Fiesta and the Padstow Vintage Rally...and one or two resorts beat the regatta rush and hold them this month too.

Good old June - it's the month when summer starts to nudge its way in and we can start to take advantage of the light evenings and longer days. The Royal Cornwall Show celebrates everything we love about Cornwall, we're all invited to raise our voices and join in at the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival and South Devon showcases the taste of the countryside at the Occombe Beer Festival.Don't be fooled into thinking it's all peace and quiet up in the Yorkshire Dales either, as the hills really do come alive with the sound of music as the Grassington...

As communities take to the streets to celebrate May Day across the South West festival fever grips the whole nation during May. You name it there's a festival for it, and the best part is that everyone's welcome at these friendly events. 

Spring is now in full flow - sunny days are here, and with the Easter holidays happening late in the month it's a great time for a fun family break.

Spring has finally arrrived! The daffodils are looking beatiful, sunny days on the beach have started and family attractions are starting to reopen.

February is a fantastic time to visit the South West, especially if you are looking to take a loved one on a special break (and that includes those with four paws!). The beaches are quiet and pets are allowed, the towns are starting to come to life and there are some fantastic Michelin Starred restaurants to sample.

January - a great month for wave watching on Cornwall's beaches, enjoying some good food in a local pub, and cosying up next to a real fire. There are also farmers' markets still going on in the region, so with the beaches also open to pets there's lots still do!

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