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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 | Up to 60% Off

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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. Corinne

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    "S20903 is a recently renovated 19th Century fisherman's cottage that is advertised as sleeping six. Having stayed in similar fisherman's cottages built against cliff walls before we were unsurprised to find it to be very damp, but feel that the overall finish and lack of attention to detail let it down.As examples:The skylight in the master bedroom without a blackout blind meant that we were awoken with the sun every morning. The shower head in the downstairs bathroom didn't fit the fixture, meaning that the majority of the water sprayed against the back wall.The settings on the oven dial had been rubbed right off, rendering the oven completely unusable (we tried: it went horribly wrong).Some of the windows had been painted shut, which led to stuffiness.The toilet in the ensuite would only flush with a hefty yank, which made a loud clattery noise against the top of the cisternThe main problem, though, was with the layout of the property--and the fact that it is marketed as sleeping six. The 'master' bedroom is cramped and tiny, with insufficient storage, and the living areas of the property are simply not big enough to fit six people. The downstairs bathroom feels like a cramped understair cupboard: sharing the space with cleaning products and an ironing board does not make it feel like a family bathroom.The terraced garden was lovely, and the cottage was well-equipped, but it was dusty and felt uncared for.We found Flushing to be a charming village and would definitely revisit it; however we would not stay in S20903 again."
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  2. Amy

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    "We had a lovely time staying in S21248. Fell in love with beautiful Mousehole. The cottage was set just up the hill from the harbour. Only a two minute walk away. Unfortunately there is very limited parking here with five car parking spaces outside the cottage. We were lucky to get a space on two out of five days. Otherwise we were lucky to get a space in one of three car parks for only £3 a day so not bad really. The cottage itself was very clean when we arrived and the kitchen is fully stocked with equipment if you want to cook. There is a slightly damp smell in the kitchen especially under the sink but these cottages are very old so it's to be expected. The cottage was very cosy and relaxing. Quite dark downstairs but upstairs very light and airy. The property was well equipped for young children with a high chair and stair gate. My two are 3 & 1 and they loved it. The only negative from me was one of the adjoining properties was listening to very loud dance music at between 7-8 am every morning. This was very annoying as I was prepared for a few lie ins during my holiday. It was so loud it was like someone was banging on the walls with the bass. Apart from the we had a lovely time and I would return there again."
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  3. Adam

    Verified purchase

    "Mousehole is a wonderful place, but parking and traffic can be a nightmare during busy periods. You will have to park about a 5 minute walk away and take a walk up the fairly steep hills. We didn't have any trouble finding a space in the car park, but it is £3 or £4 per day depending on which one you get in.The village is stunning, the harbor beach very nice and the shops and galleries are nice to visit. You have many places near by to drive out to for a visit as well. The cottage is nice, but dark. The rooms were neat and tidy and everything was made up ready for us. There is a washing machine but no tumble dryer, so drying clothes can be a bit difficult. Its very cool and dark in side, and the garden doesn't have a line.Overall, we were happy with the accommodation and would certainly go back"
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  4. Tina

    Verified purchase

    "Ideal and very pretty base for touring Cornwall. The cottage was very clean and well kept. The cottage was well equipped with all the essentials. The two bathroom areas were ideal for a large family, both of which were spotlessly clean. The only thing the cottage lacked was Wifi, essential for moping teenagers! There was also a lack of natural light in the downstairs of the cottage. A tad cave like. Not to everybody's taste. The upstairs on the other hand had lots of natural light via windows. Maybe the bedrooms would have been better placed downstairs.On the whole I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed my stay in the cottage and its location although tucked away down a little ally was in the quaintest and prettiest area of the UK.I would recommend Regents Cottage to friends and family."
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  5. Rebecca

    Verified purchase

    "Had a lovely time in Mousehole. Cottage was spotless and cosy (in a good way) for the 4 of us. would be happy to book again, would have to look at high season price to compare.Milk, tea, coffee and sugar, washing up liquid, cloth and tea towel Toilet roll was a welcome find although brought own, but would tie you over till doing a shop.Easy access to other towns.Car parking - Mousehole -good parking available in October, would worry about availability in high season as none available onsite, reasonably priced for 24 hours. Would not recommend the Harbour/Quay side parking for the faint hearted for big/wide cars though! - Keep plenty of change for each place visiting.Ate in the local pub/restaurant twice - very nice and friendly."
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