Cornwall is one of the most loved holiday destinations in the UK. Famous and well-known for many things including its picturesque fishing villages, beautiful seaside towns, renowned beaches and the award-winning Eden Project, which is one of Cornwall’s most prestigious attractions welcoming millions of visitor each year from all over the world. Holiday accommodation in South West England are plentiful, with cottages in Cornwall and apartments in seaside resorts particularly sought after during summer months. Read more
"Furnished to a high standard and decorated well throughout, this compact, contemporary open-plan living area has everything today's holidaymaker could possibly need for a well-earned break."
"Tastefully decorated and beautifully appointed, this peaceful barn conversion offers comfortable and stylish accommodation for up to three people."
"The Loft lies just outside the village of St Keverne and is a first floor barn conversion. The cottage sleeps two, making it a perfect romantic retreat."
"Lostwithiel allows you to explore the north and south coasts of Cornwall with equal ease, as the neck of land that travels down to Land’s End gets narrower and narrower."
"This beautifully presented, detached chalet bungalow is located in rural countryside, three miles from Liskeard in the West Country, and can sleep four people in two bedrooms."
A two bedroomed holiday home, less than 5 minutes from the beach & village pub, comprising one double & one twin bedroom, each having sea views. The living room seats four/five people and has a large picture window providing sea and rural views.
"Sleeping four people in two bedrooms, this detached bungalow is in the lovely Cornish village of Tywardreath, 3 miles from Fowey."
Villa 1 is a four bedroom, pet friendly, self catering residence at Trewhiddle Park which is located just a mile from the centre of St Austell and five miles from the fishing port of Mevagissey.
Shilbury Retreat, set in a private and well tended garden is ideally situated for those seeking a restful and secluded location in the depths of the Cornish countryside, being more than half a mile from the nearest highway.
2 Harlyn Bay Cottages is located just 100 yards from Harlyn beach, close to The Harlyn Inn Bar and Restaurant and just five minutes drive from the picturesque fishing port of Padstow.
"This beautifully-presented barn conversion sits in a rural setting, three miles from Liskeard in Cornwall, sleeping four people in two bedrooms."
"Sleeping two people in one bedroom, this detached barn conversion is just under a mile from Launceston, set on a wooded hillside."
"A mile from Tintagel is the lovely wooded valley of St Nectan's Glen, and within the Glen is Halgabron Mill, where former corn mill buildings and workers' cottages have been converted to individually-designed holiday cottages."
Ty Rhosyn is situated in a holiday park just seven miles from Newquay. This attractive timber framed chalet sleeps eight people and has an open plan living area and French windows that lead to patio.
"A stone built cottage a short walk to the seafront, sleeping seven in three bedrooms, on the owner's smallholding near Tintagel."
"This spacious, detached cottage is next door to the ownerÔÇÖs home, situated near Bugle, in the heart of Cornwall, with three bedrooms accommodating six people."
"Willow Cottage in the town of Lostwithiel sleeps four and has two bedrooms, which makes it ideal for a family getaway."
"This one bedroom cottage is a spacious holiday home, offering bright, modern accommodation with a wet room shower and making it the perfect romantic location for two."
Cornwall covers an extremely large area (including the North and West districts) made up of different regions and locations, providing holiday makers with a choice of areas to stay. Some of the more popular Cornish resorts include Newquay, Bude, Padstow, Perranporth, St Ives, Lands End, Penzance, Portleven and Helston, where many of the best holiday cottages in Cornwall can be found
Additionally, there is a variety of landmarks, attractions, historical sites, art scenes and activities to get involved in. Surfing, water-sports, walking trails and historical tours are just a few of the popular choices, aside quality restaurants such as: Silks Bistro & Champagne Bar – Newquay, River Life Cafe and Bistro – Bude, Rojano's in the Square – Padstow, The Garrack – St Ives
Traveling to this West Country paradise has never been easier. The most common and convenient way to get to Cornwall is by car, as most people holidaying are from other parts of the UK (within suitable driving distances). Alternatively, catching a flight into Newquay, estimated just over an hour’s flight time from London, or taking a scenic train journey are also excellent ways to start the great Cornish cottage holidays. Back To Top
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