A characterful old holiday cottage dating back four hundred years with impressive large inglenook fireplace housing a log burning stove in the peaceful village of Cubert, North Cornwall. Walking distance of three beaches (Crantock, Polly Joke and Holywell Bay) and pubs/restaurants in the village for a meal out. Just four miles from Newquay and a great base for exploring Cornwall's many attractions or enjoying a lazy beach holiday. Tourist board rating: 3 Star
Cornwall is one of Britain's favourite holiday destinations for its stunning beaches and beautiful countryside. This gorgeous stone cottage, which is part of a stylish barn conversion, is in Perranzabule, just over a mile from Perranporth Beach and within walking distance of the village pub. It is ideal for families or couples as it has two lovely bedrooms that can sleep up to four people, and is conveniently located for St Ives, Holywell Bay, the Eden Project, Newquay Zoo and Truro.
Full of character and charm, this stone barn conversion sits on a farm on the edge of the coastal village of Boscastle. With open plan living, two comfortable bedrooms and mesmerising views to enjoy, Elderberry is an ideal self-catering holiday cottage for families or friends wanting to explore the stunning North Cornish coast. Whether you want to explore the fantastic beaches, embrace wild walks or visit historical attractions, there is plenty to keep everyone busy. Alternatively, simply enjoy some time to relax and re-charge those batteries in this beautiful and tranquil setting.
Nestled in the hills above the unspoilt harbour village of Boscastle, Seaberry holiday cottage is a cosy and romantic bolthole for two. Located on a peaceful secluded farm and combining rural countryside with a dose of Cornish sea air, this is the perfect self-catering cottage for couples looking to explore the north coast of Cornwall. There are fantastic beaches on your doorstep, walks from the front door and numerous castles, gardens and attractions to explore. This characterful cottage is all on one floor and dogs are welcome too!
Located on a secluded farm and sandwiched between rolling green hills and the glistening sea, Sloe holiday cottage is an idyllic romantic retreat for two. Sleeping two guests in a double bedroom this bright and airy single storey self-catering cottage is perfectly located for exploring the fantastic beaches, wonderful walks and historical attractions that are dotted along the north Cornish coast.
Comfortable and welcoming, The Roundhouse is perfect for couples looking for a self-catering holiday in Cornwall with superb beaches, coastal walks and an abundance of attractions within easy reach. Portreath beach is accessible by foot and the many other fabulous beaches of the North Coast including Newquay (great for surfing) and St Ives (fabulous galleries) are within driving distance. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold
With a welcoming sitting room with beams and log burner, stylish kitchen and two beautifully presented bedrooms, Trengove Wing is an excellent self-catering choice for families and also couples (one or two). Affording an idyllic position with some of Cornwall's finest beaches within easy reach (including Portreath which is just twenty minutes walk), you can spend your days lazing on the beach, walking or discovering the areas many attractions. Tourist board rating: 5 Star Gold
Beautifully presented, this welcoming self-catering holiday cottage is surrounded by glorious Cornish countryside with a sandy beach within walking distance and fabulous coastal walks on the doorstep. Ideally located for visiting Falmouth, St Ives, Newquay, the Roseland Peninsula and the many attractions Cornwall has to offer. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold
The perfect blend of style and character, this cosy 5-Star (Gold) holiday cottage is just perfect for two with an immense amount of character and charm. Surrounded by rolling Cornish countryside and with the golden sands of Portreath within walking distance, guests can enjoy easy access to many of Cornwall's top beaches, attractions and fishing villages when they stay at Mowhay. Tourist board rating: 5 Star Gold
Sitting on the North Coast of Cornwall, this beautifully presented holiday cottage nestles amongst Cornish countryside and has the sandy beach of Portreath within walking distance. Picturesque St Ives, Newquay with its great surfing beaches, Falmouth and the Roseland Peninsula are all an easy drive away. Tourist board rating: 5 Star Gold
Families and friends will be extremely happy in Glebe Cottage. This lovely holiday home can sleep eight people in four ensuite bedrooms and has an open-plan living area, spacious gardens and fantastic views. It is in the quiet village of Little Petherick in the Camel Estuary, two miles from Padstow and close to beaches like Talland Bay and Trevone Bay. It's ideal for walking, cycling, surfing and golfing, with local attractions including the world famous Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Camel Creek Adventure Park, and Newquay Blue Reef Aquarium.
This charming cottage is in Hayle on the beautiful Cornish coast. Though only 300 metres from the town centre, it is peaceful and private thanks to its secluded position. In addition to being within walking distance of beaches and the South West Coastal Path, guests are within easy reach of favourite attractions like Land's End and the Minack Theatre. This cottage is ideal for couples but also perfect for families who appreciate the high standard of accommodation and sunny courtyard garden.
An impressive English oak framed holiday lodge with a riverside garden that perfectly combines traditional charm with modern conveniences to provide a high standard of self-catering. Located close to the many beautiful beaches and attractions of North Cornwall, the lodge is within easy driving distance of Boscastle, Tintagel and Bodmin Moor and a great base for a family holiday exploring this beautiful part of the South West.
On the North Cornish coastline, this spacious holiday home is located apx 200 yards from the coastal path, the picturesque harbour and the village of Boscastle with its pubs, shops and tea rooms. A beautiful part of North Cornwall for a holiday by the sea with an abundance of attractions, lovely beaches and fabulous walking. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
The Old Dairy is located on the outskirts of the beautiful fishing village of Boscastle on Cornwall's North Coast. With the coastal path just a mile away and excellent village amenities (including a choice of places to eat) just a pleasant stroll through the famous Valency Valley (a mile and a half) this is a perfect holiday destination for walkers and beach lovers. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
On Cornwall's stunning north coast, this welcoming holiday home enjoys a perfect position for walkers on the South West Coastal Path and strollable distance to the picturesque harbour and quaint village of Boscastle with its pubs, shops and tea rooms. A beautiful part of North Cornwall for a holiday by the sea. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
An attractive holiday cottage in a rural position one mile inland from the North Cornish coastline and within easy reach of Port Isaac (the film set for Doc Martin), picturesque Boscastle, Tintagel, the surfing beaches of Crackington Haven and Bude, the Camel estuary and Bodmin Moor.
The Dutch Barn is a stunning self-catering holiday home on a private farm close to Crackington Haven. It sleeps up to eight people in four bedrooms with a perfect layout for families or groups of friends. The owners have done a sensational job with this conversion, transforming a tired agricultural building into a contemporary holiday retreat with hot tub that would not look out of place in a glossy lifestyle magazine. It is one of four gorgeous self-catering properties at Pencuke Farm, where the owners raise sheep, alpacas, pigs and chickens in 18 quiet acres of land in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Skyber Barn is quite simply stunning and sits on a quiet, family-run smallholding in North Cornwall, just over two miles from Crackington Haven and close to Bude and Widemouth Bay. It is ideal for families as it sleeps up to eight guests in three beautiful bedrooms, with an open-plan living/dining area and accommodation over two levels. It is one of just four holiday homes at Pencuke Farm, where the owners raise sheep, pigs, alpacas and chickens in 18-acres of stunning farmland with distant panoramic views of the Atlantic. Guests have use of the grounds, a barbecue terrace, boules court and indoor games room, and there is also storage for bikes, surfboards and other equipment. Dogs are welcome.
In a fabulous position just inland of Cornwall's stunning north coast, this gorgeous shepherds hut enjoys an abundance of sea air and luxurious touches like a log burner and hot tub. A popular choice with couples looking for a little romance, and small families wanting a fun glamping type holiday experience without forsaking creature comforts. Crackington Haven beach is just two miles and the many attractions of Cornwall are close by.
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Well known for its glorious beaches and stunning scenery, Cornwall is not just a pretty face! Many of its towns and villages have an intriguing history with tales of smugglers, myths and legends. Attractions are plentiful including those with world famous status such as The Eden Project, the Minack Theatre and Tate St Ives. Whether you are looking for family fun, an activity holiday or a romantic break by the sea, Cornwall has plenty of attractions and adventures to fill your days come rain or shine.
Located in the far south west of the UK, Cornwall's impressive landscape provides an ideal setting for enjoying a whole host of outdoor activities, from walking along the spectacular coastal paths to the thrill of kite surfing along the sands. With over four hundred miles of stunning coastline, there are water sports to enjoy and beautiful beaches blessed with clear waters, for lazy holidays.
Many of Cornwall's fascinating towns and villages are rich in history and date back hundreds of years with fascinating tales of shipwrecks. Their narrow cobbled winding streets and tiny alleyways are home to unique boutiques, craft shops and art galleries, putting the fun back into shopping.
Cornwall has a lively art scene, which is hardly surprising, with a spectacular dramatic landscape that has inspired so many artists and provided the backdrop for many films and television programmes.
With a climate of its own, Cornwall is perfect for a cottage holiday or short break at any time of the year. Winters are short, spring starts early and even in the depths of winter, Cornwall is an ideal place to escape to, with world-class restaurants, empty beaches, quiet roads, crisp clean air and traditional pubs with log fires and a welcoming friendly Cornish smile.