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
Well equipped, spacious holiday house in a secluded area perfect for large family, multigenerational holidays, weekend breaks, celebrations etc. 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, large garden, conservatory, ground floor bedroom. Great views, perfect spot.
"This stone-built mid-terrace property is situated on the edge of Landrake, 10 miles from Plymouth and can sleep four people in two bedrooms."
Original 19th century farm buildings, in west Cornwall, which have been converted into two semi-detached properties surrounded by lovely gardens. The barns have been beautifully decorated and equipped but still have lots of character.
"This excellent, single-storey apartment opposite Porth Beach, just a mile outside central Newquay, Cornwall, can sleep four people in two bedrooms. "
"Set just a few minutes walk from the harbour, this lovely terraced cottage in Mevagissey sleeps six people over three bedrooms, and is very well placed and equipped for family or friends to enjoy the village and surrounds."
Huers Hide is the perfect retreat for couples who wish to unwind â€˜at home' in beautiful coastal surroundings.
Zinc occupies a convenient location on the headland overlooking the legendary Fistral Beach and provides the ultimate base for a family beach holiday, or enjoy a group golfing holiday. Newquay Town Centre with its extensive range of facilities is onl
"This attractive and well furnished cottage is able to sleep a total of six people in two double bedrooms and one twin, making it ideal for families or a group of friends."
"This beautifully-spacious bungalow is set in the small coastal village of Crackington Haven, just eight miles west of Bude and can sleep six people in three bedrooms."
"This cottage is in the village of Boyton, attached to the owners' Cornish farmhouse in an idyllic rural setting alongside the magnificent river Tamar, just 5.5 miles from Launceston in East Cornwall and can sleep five people in two bedrooms."
Coastguard Cottage was originally built to house the Newquay Coast Guard. This mid terrace cottage has been sympathetically modernised and now provides accommodation for up to eight people.
This beautiful apartment has been restyled and its interior now oozes luxury. Guests will be delighted!
Gaia is a lovely and cosy studio apartment close to Newquay town centre, ideal for two guests situated on the ground floor overlooking the decked patio and courtyard.
"This beautiful deatched ground floor barn conversion is situated in a secluded, wooded location just one and a half miles from Coverack in South Cornwall, sleeping two people in one bedroom."
"Sleeping two people in one bedroom, this detached barn conversion is just under a mile from Launceston, set on a wooded hillside."
Guests looking for a holiday property centrally situated in Carbis Bay will fall in love with Amore and will soon be finding themselves singing the famous Italian song.
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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