Cornwall Tourism Organisations

Welcome to the Cornwall Tourism Organisations page, where you can find a range of tourism groups, organisations and societies who aim to develop tourism in Cornwall. This list is not exhaustive.

Best of Bodmin Moor
Brian Shears
Tel: 01579 321019 Email:

The Best of Bodmin Moor was formed as a point of focus to promote and serve interests of businesses trading on and around Bodmin Moor. Two key business sectors of the area are tourism and agriculture and it was not surprising to discover that along with most other sectors of the moorland economy, they do not trade in isolation.

British Holiday & Home Parks Association
Carol Simms
Tel: 01726 822437 Email:

The British Holiday & Home Parks Association is the only organisation established exclusively to serve and represent the interests of the British parks industry.

British Hospitality Association
Lynne Peachey
Tel: 020 7404 7744 Email:

The British Hospitality Association has been representing the hotel, restaurant and catering industry for 100 years.

The Association exists to ensure that the views of the British hospitality industry are represented in a forceful, coherent and co-ordinated way to government and policy makers in the UK and internationally, in order that its members’ businesses can flourish.

Gina Woodcraft
Tel: 01392 877842 Email:

Cartwheel Holidays Ltd is a private sector, non-profit making company, managed by it’s founder member and Director, Gina Woodcraft, and staffed by people who are passionate about the range of activities and benefits of taking a holiday in the countryside in Cornwall

Cornish Farm Holidays
Annette Tolputt
Tel: 01503 220315 Email:

Established over 40 years ago, Cornish Farm Holidays puts you in direct contact with some of the finest farm accommodation Cornwall has to offer.

Cornish Mining Attractions Marketing Association
Mike Simpson & Bill Lakin
Tel: 01736 788662 Email:

CMAMA works with the World Heritage Site to ensure a high quality visitor experience consistent with World Heritage Status.

Cornwall Accredited Restaurants
Gail Buttery
Tel: 01579 384933 Email:
Fifteen years ago, Cornish Accredited Restaurants published its first List.The idea is simple: restaurants, pubs and hotels in the county, apply to be Members of the Association following being successfully inspected by our catering professionals.

Cornwall Association of Holiday Home Agencies
Charles Edward-Collins
Tel: 01736 368575 Email:

Cahha started out in the mid 1990s as a loose association of Holiday property letting agents in Cornwall with the purpose of acting as a lobbying organisation for matters of mutual interest within the self catering holiday letting industry. This was to deal with matters of both local and national interest. CAHHA contiues to exist for this purpose but now has membership both from Cornwall and Devon.CAHHA has made a name for itelf by producing sensible replies to matters requiring both national and local consultation.

Cornwall Association of Tourist Attractions
Candida Beeching
Tel: 01209 714488 Email:

The Cornwall Association of Tourist Attractions (CATA) is an unincorporated association with the following objectives:

To raise and maintain the standards of the Cornish tourist attractions for the benefit of holidaymakers, the economy of Cornwall and the Members themselves.
To represent the interests of the tourist attraction industry

Cornwall Catering Excellence
Ian Doble
Tel: 01872 552121 Email:

Cornwall Catering Excellence is a group of like-minded Cornish Companies that can meet every need of the caterer.

Heart of Cornwall Tourism Association [HoCTA]
David Pascoe
Tel: 01209 203000 Email:

Heart of Cornwall represents Mid West Cornwall areas. Information point based at Cornwall Studies Library, Alma Place, Redruth & Penventon Park Hotel Redruth, 01209 203000

King Harry’s Cornwall [KHC]
Tim Light
Tel: 01872 861911 Email:

The St Mawes Ferry connects the old world fishing harbour of St Mawes with the bustling port of Falmouth. Running all year round.The King Harry Ferry established in 1888 connects St Mawes & the Roseland Peninsula avoiding the alternate 27mile route. Running all year round.Great for walkers the Place Ferry runs between St Mawes and Place Creek on the Roseland Peninsula making up part of the ‘South West Coast Path.’.

Land’s End Accommodation Providers [LEAP]
Liz Trenary
Tel: 01736 871284 Email:

LEAP exists to maximise business to business trading opportunities in the Land’s End area

Lizard Peninsula Tourism Association [LPTA]
Jayne Hayes
Tel: 01326 290399

Tourism Association of 100+ members offering accommodation – hotels, guest houses, B&B’s, self-catering and holiday parks all over the Lizard Peninsula,

Newquay Chamber of Commerce & Tourism [NCCT]
Andy Weir
Tel: 01637 872684 Email:

The NCCT is a nationally recognised organisation, run by a voluntary Executive Committee (all of whom are business people), working for the benefit of Newquay’s Business Community.

Padstow Area Tourism Association [PATA]
Tina Evans
Tel: 01841 533449 Email:

Penwith Tourism Action Group [P-TAG]
Tamsin Richards
Tel: 01736 336720 Email:

Penwith District Council and a wide range of tourism providers came together in 2004 to form the Penwith Tourism Action Group (P-TAG).

Penzance & District Tourism Association [PDTA]
Andrew Curtis
Tel: 07823 446229 Email:

Members of Penzance & District Tourism Association combine to provide visitors with a wide range of choice of facilities and style of accommodation and restaurants.

Rame Association of Traders [RATs]
David Riggs
Tel: 01752 823747 Email:

The Rame Association of Traders was set up 10 years ago to promote The Rame Peninsula .

South East Cornwall Tourism Association [SECTA]

The South East Cornwall Tourism Association (SECTA) represents around 150 tourism related businesses throughout South East Cornwall, including accommodation and service providers, attractions and those in associated trades.

St Ives Hotel & Guest House Association
David Tremelling [Chair]
Tel: 01736 796559 Email:

St Ives Hotel & Guest Association represents operators of quality tourism services in the St Ives & St Ives Bay area.

Tamar Valley Tourism Association [TAVATA]
John Milne-Home
Tel: 0845 0580621 Email:

The Tamar Valley has a history of supporting a diverse range of communities and businesses, and this tradition extends to the present day.