Cornwall Cottage Holidays
Sparkling shores and winding lanes
Cornwall is a paradise of sandy beaches, wild moors and exotic plants. Surrounded by sea on three sides, the choice of beaches and coastal walking is spectacular. Inland you’ll find rural lanes bursting with life and dozens of sleepy villages to enjoy a slower pace of life.
For a walk on the wild side, don’t miss Bodmin Moor or the old mining sites. Cornwall is not short of fantastic gardens either; top picks include the famous Eden Project, the magical Gardens of Heligan or subtropical Trebah Garden. With a coastline that is dotted with fishing villages, visitors will be spoilt with the foodie delights and fresh fish on offer. No trip is complete without a pasty or Cornish cream tea either.
Catles, shipwrecks and sandy beachesSee holiday cottages in Bude
A bustling harbour, a haven for foodiesSee holiday cottages in Padstow
Granite houses and ghost storiesSee holiday cottages in Bodmin
For South Cornwall's finest sunsetsSee holiday cottages in Fowey
Quaint fishing village meets award winning eateriesSee holiday cottages in Looe
Surfing capital of the southSee holiday cottages in Newquay
Cathedrals, art galleries and independent shopsSee holiday cottages in Truro
Art, water sports and fresh seafoodSee holiday cottages in Falmouth
Golden sands, modern art and bright fishing boatsSee holiday cottages in St Ives
Home to the Minack Theatre and St Micheal's Mount See holiday cottages in Penzance
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Have we discovered Cornwall’s best pasty? You’ll have to read our savvy guide to St Ives to find out! From galleries to go-karts, we get under the skin of this adored seaside town.
Quaint fishing ports, gorgeous coves, and horizons for days; here’s why YOU need to the visit Cornwall’s most luscious coastline.
Set on the edge of an area of outstanding natural beauty, at the mouth of the beautiful Fal River, Falmouth is packed with art galleries, family friendly attractions and maritime history.
There is a real buzz to Newquay, yet it still retains it quaint seaside charm. There are more nearby beaches than days of the week plus an exciting festival and events calendar.
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When it comes to the beaches of Cornwall, it really is a dog’s life! Whisk your pet pooch to the South West’s golden shores with a stay in one of our fabulous pet friendly cottages in Cornwall.
Cornwall may have 300 miles of coastline, but sometimes it’s great to sit back and relax in your own private tub. Explore our hot tub cottages in Cornwall for that extra slice of luxury on your short break.
From the bustling city of Exeter to the quiet expanse of Dartmoor National Park, Devon welcomes holidaymakers with open arms. Don’t miss out on a cream tea, but remember, it’s clotted cream first!
A charming coastal holiday destination, Dorset is a popular place to visit. It is well known for its Jurassic Coast and the fossil hunting opportunities here. It’s also a great place for soaking up the sun and walking through the countryside.
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