Cornwall has a long and beautiful coastline, with wonderful beaches many of which are excellent for surfing. There are also picturesque valleys and woodland. Overall it merits its place as the premier summer resort in Britain.Unfortunately, being in the west of England, even in high summer wind and rain can lash the beaches, the temperature can plummet and the coast can be shrouded in mist and drizzle. What should one do when your week's summer holiday is turning into a disaster? Carry on regardless, huddled behind a windbreak trying to keep warm or patronise the numerous attractions and spend a fortune? Rainy Days in Cornwall offers a solution to this problem with twenty suggestions of free and interesting things to do in Cornwall in less than perfect weather.