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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 To Rent

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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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  1. Leslie

    Verified purchase

    "Just by way of some information, to move your luggage from the underground car park space number 8 to the appointment requires either a trip in lift number 3 from the basement level to the third floor level, then quite a walk across the third floor level to lift number 6, from which you then need to descend to floor level 2 to reach the appointment.Or you can navigate through a number of fire-doors in the basement level to access lift 6, from which you can ascend to floor level 2 to reach the appointment.Now there are supermarket shopping trolley’s available, but don’t under estimate the time/effort required to move your luggage from/to the car/apartment, as the lifts are quite small and operate at a rather leisurely pace.Also, apart from the balcony door, there are no opening windows in the apartment, so when it comes to bedtime, unless you wish to leave the balcony door open, there isn’t any free-air ventilation, so the appointment can become quite warm.So by way of a constructive suggestion, the provision of a pedestal oscillating fan would be a most useful addition to an otherwise very well provisioned and comfortable apartment, the bed is also extremely comfortable.Access to Fort Picklecombe is mostly via single track roads, so be prepared to use passing places, or on occasion, having to reverse back around bends/curves, I only mention this as it became apparent that some people aren’t too confident when utilising these types of roads."
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  2. Roy

    Verified purchase

    "Ticked all the boxes and a great holiday. Excellent apartment with all the required equipment that you would require on a self catering holiday. Without a doubt return for another holiday. Always something to watch out at sea from the room.I would like to make two constructive comments the first is that a step would have been useful to put at the side of the bath and in the bath as difficult to get in and out to the shower. As it happened I managed to use a block of wood and a small stand I borrowed of the maintenance section in the basement car-park which I returned at the end of our holiday.Secondly the guide to the room requires rewording as two confusing on first visit . There is no need to go up in the lift in front of you to the 3 rd floor and then get another lift at a further point to go down to the second floor as you come in from the garage as indicated in the directions given. At 8.30 in the evening it took us nearly 3/4 of an hour to get to the apartment.All the instructions need to say is enter the foyer from the basement car park walk towards the lift in front of you . Turn to your right go through the door on the right and you follow the corridor through the library and continue to lift number 6 the last one. The corridors light up on entry. Then take lift to the 2 nd floor come out of the lift, turn left go through the door in front of you and no 8 is on the left to the right of you. You are now at apartment number 8."
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  3. Deni

    Verified purchase

    "We stayed here at S81187 for 3 nights in December.As a getaway and base to go visit places it was ideal. And as it is located smack bang in the middle of Bodmin town center it’s great for local amenities, there’s plenty of pubs across the road and loads of takeaways from Chinese to pizza. My gripe with this place is, Parking. It has none! Where the cottage is located down a side ally trying to drive a large Volvo is near in impossible we scraped the car trying to get down the ally way as there is a small car park but this can only be used until the Monday as it’s for locals to park to go to the office, and the parking right outside S81187 is for other residents only! We were told to park on the road at the front of the shop( which is where the owners live and work) but we could get a parking ticket as it was for loading bays only! Or park in one of the car parks which was about a 10/15min walk away! Absolutely ridiculous. We stayed in December for a little romantic break, but the owners should prepare for the winter as it was absolutely freezing! Two little gas wall heaters which I’m afraid do not chuck out much heat one in the lounge one in the kitchen. So, I would recommend staying in the summer. Overall it’s a nice little ( and I mean little) place to stay in if you want a small break away but I would not stay here for a week as it’s just too small and where it is situated is just not practical. 5/10 from me I’m afraid ."
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  4. Lesley

    Verified purchase

    "Ideal for the centre of Port Isaac and hub of the community. The cottage was warm chic and adequate for the pair of us. Bed was super comfortable and I particularly liked the fact that there was a dressing table, mirror and seat for ladies to apply makeup and do their hair, for which I was truly grateful - this is very often overlooked, so thank you for that.Being picky there was no dinner plates, water glass's or bread knife (just little things and I did purchase a couple of dinner plates and left them in the property). Lack of parking close by may put some people off especially as you have to use the local car park which is a long trek upwards! I would also have preferred a shower slip mat as I found the shower base very slippery."
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  5. Pauline

    Verified purchase

    "Just returned from a week's stay at S33605. The decor in the apartment is beautiful, there is everything there that you would need. Met Angela and she is a lovely woman who gives you loads of information about the place. If it is windy on the Platt and you need a bit of peace and quiet sit in the Courtyard, it is a suntrap and very peaceful. Port Isaac is a lovely village quite busy through the day but at around teatime it empties out and is lovely and quiet. Loved getting up early in the morning and watching the tide come in. Miss it so much now that I am home. Would definitely return as love the scenery and the people are very friendly. Try The Golden Lion and Outlaws Fish Kitchen excellent food."
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