Unique hideaways has partnered with Cornwall Heritage Trust at the top level of its ‘Heritage Friends’ programme, in order to protect some of the most iconic and important historic places in Cornwall.
The partnership will help the charity continue to preserve and strengthen Cornwall’s rich and distinct heritage through its grant schemes, education projects and the managing of 12 historic sites across Cornwall.
Based in Hayle, Unique hideaways offers one-of-a-kind places to stay across Cornwall and the UK, ranging from countryside cabins with breath-taking views to staying amongst the treetops. The company has a wealth of handpicked hideaways to take you on a journey into nature and offer the opportunity to rewild yourself while staying in a little bit of luxury.
Rosita Bunce from Unique hideaways said: “At Unique hideaways, we’re passionate about promoting a greater connection with nature and protecting the environment we love so much. We’re excited to partner with Cornwall Heritage Trust because the charity ensures the rich history of Cornwall is not only protected for all to enjoy but reinvented and brought to life through careful restoration and education.”
Cathy Woolcock, CEO at Cornwall Heritage Trust said: “Partnering with Unique hideaways makes perfect sense to us. We both treasure Cornwall’s unique and distinct heritage and want to share it with others so it’s fantastic to have them on board!”
Founded in 1985, Cornwall Heritage Trust works to preserve and strengthen Cornwall’s unique heritage through its grant schemes, education projects and the managing of 12 historic sites across Cornwall.
More information about Unique hideaways can be found on their website: uniquehideaways.com