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Cornwall is well known, and much-loved, for its stunning coastline. There are many child-friendly beaches to choose from where you can enjoy a picnic and a paddle in the sea. If you prefer the countryside to the sea, there is plenty of that too. Choose a short route that won’t tire out the little ones too much. A delicious local ice-cream at the end will help to keep spirits high. If it’s child-friendly attractions you’re looking for, then there is lots of choice. From the Eden Project to the Gardens of Heligan and the Cornish Seal Sanctuary, there is something for everyone.
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What our customers are saying about our Child Friendly Cottages In Cornwall To Rent.
Rachel - verified booking
"Traditional style dorma bungalow. Entrance into porch with useful seperate washing machine and tumble dryer. Rustic feel but practical room. Enter into mondernised, well equipped breakfast kitchen which was clean fresh and inviting. Open plan, leading through to kitchen diner with amazing views over Polzeath beach and sea. Dining table caters for 8 sit down. Through hall to cosy lounge, again with fantastic views over beach and sea. Our party was 7 (3 adults 4 children) and because the children found other places to be within the house, the size of the lounge was fine for us. Tv and electric fire and radiator. So kept cosy.Ground floor double bedroom was clean, fresh and comfortable with sink in room. (As all rooms had). Twin on ground floor again clean comfortable and fresh overlooking a private garden. Next to this a practical shower room. Clean with a decent shower. Upstairs a further 2 bedrooms and bathroom. Double with views out to see. Dressing table, sink. Fresh and clean feel. Twin room with sloping roof, a small window with views out to see from one of the twin beds. Room felt a bit more dated with flowery bed linen. More of an adult room. So the girls ended up choosing the double room downstairs and swapped with us! Bathroom with toilet, bath and separate shower. Functional and clean. Which completes the accommodation.Two minute walk (steep incline back) to amenities including a Spar, coffee shops / restaurant / surf shops etc. And of course beach and sea which is a popular surfing haven. Great location for exploring north cornwall with Rock within walking distance around the headland. Or a short drive away. A walk on ferry takes you over to Padstow, where we normally stay, and is a lovely place to visit. It has changed over the years but it will always be padstow to us and the kids thoroughly enjoy it now too! Overall lovely 2 nights extended onto our weeks holiday and in comparison to other accommodation / hotels in the area for 2 nights fri / sat. This was the most reasonably priced for location, views and amount of people it could cater for."
Neil - verified booking
"We booked Swallow Cottage for 4 nights from 8th April and we loved our stay. The cottage is located just outside of Port Isaac, a picture postcard village on the North Cornish Coast. The cottage was an upside down 2 bedroom cottage. The main bedroom is small but the bed is very comfy and the décor bright, tidy and in keeping with the surroundings. The 2nd bedroom had bunks and my 6 year old daughter loved the room and, of course, took the top bunk. The main living area is upstairs and the reason for that is clear as soon as you get upstairs as you have a wonderful view of the North Cornish coast spreading across to Tintagel island. The living area is open plan. The kitchen worked perfectly and the lounge area was comfortable. There is also a lovely balcony where the weather was warm enough to enjoy a drink outside. Lastly the upstairs was nice and lights and with the sun rising through windows and the Cornish sun rise was gorgeous. We loved Swallow Cottage and will be returning."
Charlene - verified booking
"We had a lovely stay at this cottage, which was beautifully set out and in a lovely location with stunning views from the lounge and balcony. The welcome pack of tea, coffee, milk and biscuits was a nice touch.Although this cottage was lovely, it did lack basic provisions that you normally have in a cottage of this price: No oven tray to cook with which meant we had to go shopping for one (not what you would expect when on holidays);No dishwasher tablets (even though the welcome book advised you to use the dishwasher tablets provided). Although there was dishcloths and washing up liquid, so this wasn't really an issue for us;No kitchen roll;Only 1 toilet roll;No towels (hand, bathroom or tea towels);No toiletries;No recycling provisionsDespite the above, we had a lovely stay in this beautiful area, and would definitely recommend it to others."
Chris - verified booking
"The Linhay is a converted barn, created about 20 years ago, with another similar one adjacent. The very friendly & helpful owners live next door, & nothing is any trouble for them. However, it is situated in a small hamlet about 3 miles from Launceston along narrow country lanes, which are not safe to walk or cycle along, especially for city dwellers. You MUST be prepared to drive to shops, restaurants & local facilities, the closest pub/restaurant is the excellent, fine dining, Rising Sun about 2-3 miles away. Having said this, there is plenty to see & do close by (4-8 miles), & fabulous countryside & coastline locations within easy reach. The Linhay comfortably sleeps 6, (but if a sofa bed was added in the lounge, 8 would be possible."
Nell - verified booking
"On the website it was given 4 out of 5 ticks so we expected that little something extra in terms of comfort and cleanliness. It was perfectly fine for our stay but a couple of niggles were the totally uncomfortable sofa, the dirty dishes and cutlery that we had to thoroughly wash before use and the state of the towels. They were described in a review over a year old as being threadbare so we expected the owner to have replaced them by the time of our visit but sadly no. However, don't be put off by this. We had a very enjoyable stay due to it's location. The local beaches are nice and Falmouth is pleasant and unpretentious. Trebah Gardens are also worth a visit."