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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. gulam

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    "One hour into stay sink trap came away, which was loosely screwed on with silicone, flooding the kitchen. Of the the two owners, the first one we spoke to was adamant, she could not get this fixed, as it was bank holiday weekend and impossible to get hold of a plumber. we should just put bucket under the sink, but did not explain hoe we should dispose of the waste water. Having inspected the trap i pulled up the rubber seal and re screwed it, lucky for us the procedure worked. If this was a bad start , it got worst. The hot water was a huge problem. The water hardly made it through the the shower head and you had to almost get up against the wall to get some water on ones body. What we learned was even wore, in the morning before 10am, the pressure was so low we hardly got any water, and certainly no water from the shower head. We then learned that you can get one bucket full of water and then wait another 10 min before you can get hot water again. If you happen to be in the shower and if the dish washer or some one else happens to turn the hot water tap you loose all pressure and are left waiting again for ages. at one time we boiled the in saucepans and completed our ablutions. The electric heater in the middle bedroom, difficult to work and at best worked for a very short time only. Forcing our elderly parents to move rooms. we also spoke to the seond owner and she, i felt, was much more empathetic and had some come over to look at the water pressure situation. thanks for that. Unfortunately, it was after 10am and off course, he only experienced the water flow for few min, certainly before the tank emptied. Great location, super views but the most important thing which we needed to work, water, didn't."
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  2. Submitted by Dawn on 12/09/2015

    Verified purchase

    " ...with my daughter, husband and two children, aged two and 9 months. The house has three levels, with two bedrooms on the top floor as you enter the house, three bedrooms on the floor below and the living room, kitchen and dining room on the ground floor. The house has fantastic views over Mevagissey from almost every room and the decking is lovely and very safe for children to play. The house has everything you would want from a holiday home, although you need to be quite fit as there are a lot of steps in the house which might be a problem for some people, but not for us, we loved it.Just Just to warn people who do not know Mevagissey, the road from Mevagissey to the house is a nightmare if you are driving, we did the seven mile detour every day via Port Mellon as my daughter has a large car and didn't want to negotiate the hill. We saw a lot of reversing of cars because the hill is not wide enough for two cars to pass. We walked up and down the hill into town most evenings, which is not a problem going down but is very steep coming back,especially with two prams, but it keeps you fit. There are many good places to eat in the town but the Fountain Inn stands out for me and is a lovely place to eat, the staff are really friendly and the food very good. Overall we had a fantastic holiday at S76738 and would definitely book again. Submitted by Dawn on 12/09/2015 "
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  3. Phil

    Verified purchase

    "We were pleasently surprised by how spacious and confortable the property was. There was plenty of room for us and our four children and the two large 3 seater leather sofas were ideal. There is a very large hot water tank meaning we could all shower without running out of water. There was some nice touches, like some puzzles and board games to keep the kids entertained, loads of tourist information and vacuum cleaners upstairs and down. Having the bedrooms downstairs meant they stayed cool. The property is situated a 2 minute walk from both the Bar & Resturant and the inside and outside swimming pools (free use of the pools and small gym is included).Honicombe Manor is a lovely quiet resort with varying sizes of holiday apartments on it and has some good views over the S20848 Vally. There is also a small shop on the site, which was useful. The site is well situated for visiting both Devon and Cornwall and we may well stay there again in the future"
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  4. Submitted by Leonie on 15/04/2016

    Verified purchase

    " ...64 online. The photographs of the house looked amazing and the views breathtaking. A very modern home, light and airy. The location was perfect. We enjoyed walking into the town, took the children to a local hotel for a game of bowling (California bowls) which they loved. Although we did make use of the cooking facilities we also would eat out at some of the local restaurants. We also managed to do a spot of fishing and visit the local aquarium. This was the first time I had organised our family holiday. The whole process through Blue Chip was so simple. Communication was spot on via text messages and emails. We had no problems accessing the property when we arrived, which after a 6 hour drive, we were very relieved. On arrival, there were tea and coffee sachets, along with a complimentary box of chocolates - always a nice way to start the holiday! Submitted by Leonie on 15/04/2016 "
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  5. Submitted by Mike on 30/05/2016

    Verified purchase

    " ...lovely apartment in a great location with the most amazing views. The property is clean, modern and spacious for 2 with plenty of storage and a fantastic balcony for sitting out enjoying that amazing view. Seaton is small and quiet. It has one pub which isn't so good and the Waves bar which has a great location and outlook pls pretty good food. The beach at Seaton is fairly sheltered and has a beachside cafe. There are also plenty of walks you can take from the village itself including the coastal path to Looe and beyond but beware the hills! I'd highly recommend S76366 as a lovely place to spend a week. We were blessed with sunny and hot weather which definitely helped! The only downside was the squeaky bed and the mattress which both need replacing and did not make for a comfortable night's sleep! Submitted by Mike on 30/05/2016 "
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