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Holiday Cottages in Cornwall

Littered with continental-quality beaches, swathed in spectacular scenery and soaking up the best of the summer sun, Cornwall is a favourite with visitors who want all the best bits of a holiday abroad, but without the language barrier and the funny-looking currency. However, our Cornwall Cottages will lead you to discover that there’s far more to this stunning part of the UK than soft sands and cream teas.

With some of the best surf in Britain, anyone with an interest in catching some waves will be well rewarded. Cornwall Cottages near Newquay will put you within reach of some of the local surfing hot-spots and you can even watch the professionals hang ten in the English National Surfing Championships. However, if that all sounds a little too energetic, then perhaps a touch of sightseeing is on the cards. Cornwall is soaked in Arthurian legend and there are some astonishing attractions to explore, such as Tintagel Castle and the magical Merlin’s Cave.

What can I do on my Holiday in Cornwall?

Think Cornwall and you probably think cream teas and pasties. Using Holiday Cottages in Cornwall as your base from which to explore the region puts you in touch with one of the most exciting gastronomic scenes in the UK. Being surrounded by the sea, there’s seafood aplenty on offer and many top-notch chefs have opened restaurants in the area; be sure to hunt out Rick Stein’s in Padstow (or ‘Padstein’, as the locals have christened it!) and Jamie Oliver’s pukka eatery, in Newquay. Alternatively, pick up some fish and chips from one of the many chippies along the coast and sit on the beach, serenaded by the sounds of the sea. A visit to Cornwall wouldn’t be complete without sampling one of the local pasties, championed as the ‘Best in the West’!

While Cornwall offers a spectacular backdrop for couples looking to enjoy some quality time together, there’s plenty for families to see and do. We offer a range of Holiday Cottages in Cornwall that are ideal for those with kids and will put you within a short distance of some of the best attractions Cornwall has to offer. Be sure to check out the botanical wonders offered by the Eden Project, the Monkey Sanctuary in Looe – or even catch a play at the Minac Theatre.

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Holiday Cottages In Cornwall

More Cornwall Cottages

Holiday Cottages in Cornwall

Littered with continental-quality beaches, swathed in spectacular scenery and soaking up the best of the summer sun, Cornwall is a favourite with visitors who want all the best bits of a holiday abroad, but without the language barrier and the funny-looking currency. However, our Cornwall Cottages will lead you to discover that there’s far more to this stunning part of the UK than soft sands and cream teas.

With some of the best surf in Britain, anyone with an interest in catching some waves will be well rewarded. Cornwall Cottages near Newquay will put you within reach of some of the local surfing hot-spots and you can even watch the professionals hang ten in the English National Surfing Championships. However, if that all sounds a little too energetic, then perhaps a touch of sightseeing is on the cards. Cornwall is soaked in Arthurian legend and there are some astonishing attractions to explore, such as Tintagel Castle and the magical Merlin’s Cave.

What can I do on my Holiday in Cornwall?

Think Cornwall and you probably think cream teas and pasties. Using Holiday Cottages in Cornwall as your base from which to explore the region puts you in touch with one of the most exciting gastronomic scenes in the UK. Being surrounded by the sea, there’s seafood aplenty on offer and many top-notch chefs have opened restaurants in the area; be sure to hunt out Rick Stein’s in Padstow (or ‘Padstein’, as the locals have christened it!) and Jamie Oliver’s pukka eatery, in Newquay. Alternatively, pick up some fish and chips from one of the many chippies along the coast and sit on the beach, serenaded by the sounds of the sea. A visit to Cornwall wouldn’t be complete without sampling one of the local pasties, championed as the ‘Best in the West’!

While Cornwall offers a spectacular backdrop for couples looking to enjoy some quality time together, there’s plenty for families to see and do. We offer a range of Holiday Cottages in Cornwall that are ideal for those with kids and will put you within a short distance of some of the best attractions Cornwall has to offer. Be sure to check out the botanical wonders offered by the Eden Project, the Monkey Sanctuary in Looe – or even catch a play at the Minac Theatre.

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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in cornwall.

  1. Mr Faulker, Ms Watton, Mr Lloyd and Ms Compton

    Verified purchase

    ""This property and the whole Helpful Holidays experience has been absolutely fantastic - totally straight forwards and every step of the booking, payment and arrival process was communicated exceptionally well and put our minds at complete ease. The cottage was exceptionally presented - all amenities present and in full working order, all areas of the cottage were impeccably clean, tidy and any useful items such as cleaners, dishwasher tablets etc were available on arrival. The cottage was beautiful with a superb fire and plenty of inside games/DVD player/digital TV etc to keep us entertained in the unfortunate wet and windy weather that we were greeted with! Thank you very much for making the cottage so easy and straight forward to use. We will be back!""
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  2. Rob

    Verified purchase

    "1) Crumbs on front room carpet and landing on arrival.2) Had to purchase 6 batteries in order to make three remote controllers function.3) The grass had obviously not been cut for at least 3 months, in my estimation, and looked dreadful.4) The guest information package is so out of date :- no mention of the TV and digi-box in the back room, or how to operate it. Also, time to stop bleating on about the " newly varnished flooring in the front room, which is now so chipped it needs re- varnishing.Also, the "new" cream carpet in the lounge and on the stairs is filthy !5) There appears to be BT telephone cabling entering both Fingals 1 & 3, yet no Wi-Ficonnection. Come on, get modern !!!6) Generally, Fingals 3 desperately needs some TLC to the décor."
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  3. Andy

    Verified purchase

    "Excellent cottage, brilliant location. The views from the main bedroom and lounge were lovely. The Harbourside Inn, which is mentioned in the Campaign for Real Ale guide, is about two minutes walk away and the food and drink there is very good. We would certainly stay at Fingals again. The only observation I would make, not a a criticism, is that there is no WiFi connection at the premises. Obviously this may not be an issue for some but could be for others and worth considering. You can get Wi Fi at the pub and I did occasionly get a weak signal from a BT Wi Fi hot spot.Charlestown is a very nice spot to base yourself and is very close to the Eden project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. "
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  4. Rosi

    Verified purchase

    "I would recommend this cottage without any hesitation. It has got everything necessary for a comfortable stay. The master bedroom overlooks the sea, that was splendid. I also enjoyed the good sized accommodation and the high ceilings. The space felt very well proportioned. I would recommend the eateries in nearby Truro. The Tripadvisor rated restaurants in Charlestown are not actually that good; neither are those in St. Austell. Great walking routes without the need of a book starting just outside the house. Great golf courses as well. All in all a good place to stay and I will definitely keep it in mind for future travels to Cornwall. "
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  5. Chris

    Verified purchase

    "We said we wouldn't stay here again but that's only because we never stay at the same place twice.Cottage has the most perfect situation and parking is a bonus as extremely difficult to do so if this wasnt available .some fabulous eating places close by but not cheap.short drive to the supermarkets so easy to get supplies and papers. Walks along the cliff tops are a must and these start right outside the front door although you have to be fairly fit to take part or you can just sit and gaze over the harbour watching the tall ships come in."
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