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  • Location: Cornwall

A Cornish Christmas

A Cornish Christmas

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2000s: With a name like Ivy, she really should be looking forward to Christmas in Cornwall!

  • ISBN: 978-1786810755
  • Genre: Romance

What you need to know before your trail

Ivy and her husband Stuart have moved to their perfect little cottage by the sea – a haven alongside the rugged cliffs that look out to the Atlantic Ocean. She’s pregnant with their much-longed for first baby and for the first time, since the death of her beloved mother, Ivy feels like things are going to be alright.

But there is trouble ahead. It soon emerges that Stuart has been keeping secrets from Ivy, and suddenly she misses her mum more than ever.

When Ivy stumbles across a letter from her mother hidden in an old writing desk, secrets from the past come hurtling into the present. But could her mother’s words help Ivy in her time of need? Ivy is about to discover that the future is full of unexpected surprises and Christmas at Sea Cottage promises to be one to remember.

Travel Guide


It may be fictional but it sounds idyllic and a bit like the husband in the story, you will soon be wanting to create a little Cloudsea and a Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall slice of Cornish life.

“Our River cottage was called Sea Cottage (very original that) , yet was every bit as exquisite as its namesake, with a rambling half acre of countryside, alongside rugged cliffs that overlooked the aquamarine waters of the Atlantic Ocean in the gorgeous village of Cloudsea with its mile-long meandering ribbon of whitewashed cottages with window frames and doors in every shade of blue imaginable, perched amid the wild, untamed landscape, seemingly amongst the clouds, tumbling down to the sea”

Booktrail Boarding Pass Information:  A Cornish Christmas

Author/Guide: Lily Graham  Destination: Cornwall  Departure Time: 2000s

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