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Cornwall/devon for a couple of young adults?

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my friend and I are planning a short 3-4 days trip in uk in early january, we were thinking about perhaps a seaside town that's beautiful, but also quite lively. we had our eyes on cornwall/devon but i'm worried about horrible weather during our visit considering it's so early.

So far I think St Ives' the highest up my list, but any comments and suggestions regarding things to do or the towns themselves would be lovely.

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