You've never seen a cottage like this one. Built in the 1930s from a vintage coach, Boskernyk has been sympathetically extended and updated to offer fantastic self-catering accommodation for one or two people and their dogs. Its elevated position above Porthtowan beach means it enjoys incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean from both the house and the garden, while the beach, shops, cafes and pubs are all within a 10-minute stroll. Truro and Falmouth are both within easy reach, and there is a wide choice of attractions and activities that make this an excellent holiday destination at any time of the year.
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.
Rock is one of the most stylish waterfront towns in Cornwall. Hollyhocks is a charming cottage dating back over 100 years which can accommodate up to seven guests to sleep in three bedrooms. It is within walking distance of the beach, pub, shops and the foot-ferry to Padstow, with lots of space indoors and outside and layout that suits relaxed seaside living. There is plenty to see and do in every season, including walking or cycling along the Camel Trail, visiting historic houses, shopping and browsing the art galleries, and lazing on beautiful Cornish beaches.
If you fancy a romantic getaway to Cornwall, then this beautiful apartment is ideal. It is in the stylish seaside village of Rock, just across the Camel Estuary from Padstow and within walking distance of the beach, bakery, butcher, fish and chip shop, pub and boutiques. Rock is a chic seaside destination with excellent amenities and a relaxed atmosphere, and the added benefit of being close to popular attractions and beaches. The self-catering apartment has one bedroom but can accommodate up to two children on comfortable sofa beds.
Fountain Cottage is an ideal holiday rental for families or couples who want to enjoy Cornwall's wonderful countryside as well as its spectacular beaches. It's excellent for those who want a self-catering holiday with loads of choices of activities but equally lovely for anyone who wants to settle back on the sofa with the wood burner blazing and a good book on the go. It's close to Bodmin Moor and the Camel Trail, and within walking distance of the local pub, The Old Inn. The South West Coast Path and North Cornwall Beaches are 20-30 minutes away.
Families, couples and friends all appreciate how welcoming the self-catering accommodation at Anneth Lowen is. The holiday cottage is near Boscastle, and its name means "happy home" in Cornish. It sleeps four people in three bedrooms with two bathrooms and a large enclosed garden safe for children and dogs. You're within walking distance of The Horseshoe Inn in Tresparrett and within easy reach of beautiful beaches, the South West Coast Path, the Camel Trail, and favourite attractions like Tintagel Castle and the Eden Project.
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.
Nestling amongst the lovely countryside of Bush Valley in Cornwall, Bosvean is close to Bude and the perfect holiday retreat for couples who want to explore the North Coast of Cornwall, walk the coastal path or simply relax on one of the areas gorgeous beaches. Bude's shops, pubs, restaurants and surfing beaches are all close by.
Sitting on the edge of the picturesque coastal village of Boscastle on the north coast of Cornwall, this self-catering cottage sits on a quiet country lane and affords distant sea views. Just a mile from the South West Coast Path and a mile and a half from the village with its beautiful harbour, pubs and shops. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
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 self-catering 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 self-catering holiday by the sea. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
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.
Darzona is one of 4 superb holiday homes that puts you close to North Cornwall's premier attractions. Crackington Haven is just two miles away with Widemouth Bay and Bude also within easy reach by car. Sitting on the peaceful family-run smallholding Pencuke Farm, where the owners raise alpacas, chickens, sheep and pigs, you can enjoy distant panoramic views of the Atlantic from the BBQ terrace, 18 acres of land to explore and plenty of space inside the cottage. Darzona is a popular choice for couples and can accommodate a third person with the additional of an extra trundle bed (extra charge applies). Dogs are most welcome.
The Hide is a wonderful escape for couples or individuals who want a private space where they can relax and unwind away from prying eyes. The charming studio holiday cottage feels incredibly spacious with a kingsize bed and full-sized appliances in the kitchen. It features an enclosed courtyard garden with an outdoor hot tub - bliss after a day spent walking along the coastal footpath, mountain biking around Bodmin or Dartmoor, or surfing at Newquay. Tucked away in the small village of Penhallow, within walking distance of the local pub, The Hide is only three miles from Perranporth and within easy reach of Truro, Land's End, Exmoor, Westward Ho! and many of Cornwall's other favourite attractions.
Settle back and relax in this lovely holiday cottage that is tucked away in a peaceful location between Newquay and Truro. The Forge comfortably sleeps up to four people in two ensuite bedrooms, with a layout that is ideal for couples, friends or small families. Accommodation is all on one level and is dog-friendly with practical hardwood floors and a private, fenced garden. The cottage is in Penhallow, within walking distance of the village pub and less than three miles from Perranporth beach. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
This comfortable holiday cottage is in Penhallow, within walking distance of the village pub and less than three miles from the Perranporth and the beautiful beaches of the Cornish coast. It is perfect for couples or independent travellers with features that make it suitable for guests who use a wheelchair or who want to bring their dog on holiday. There are beautiful walks and bike rides from the door, and the cottage is close to fantastic attractions like the National Trust Tresillick Gardens and Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Wishing Well Cottage provides the perfect holiday retreat to relax and unwind. Nicely tucked away in a peaceful location, the cottage is sandwiched between Newquay and Truro with a wealth of attractions within easy reach. Sleeping four people, the holiday cottage is every bit as popular with couples as it is with friends or small families and is located in the Cornish village of Penhallow, within walking distance of the village pub and less than three miles from Perranporth beach. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
The rugged coastline of North Cornwall offers everything you need for a memorable seaside holiday. Thrill seekers can surf on a different beach each day, families can enjoy rock pooling, snorkelling and paddling in the sea and the raw beauty of the rugged cliffs and secluded coves are perfect for couples wanting a romantic seaside retreat. The two mile stretch of golden sand at Watergate Bay near Newquay is a popular spot for surfers and families alike. Take the plunge and enrol in a surf class or enjoy splashing about in the rockpools and exploring the caves. Dog friendly year round, your four legged friends will love it here too. Or the equally impressive stretch of sand at two miles to Ligger Point. Or try your hand at kite surfing, snorkelling, sailing or even horse riding. This beach is so huge, it really does have something for everyone – including the Watering Hole – a pub literally on the beach!
If you are looking for some peace and solitude and you don’t mind a bit of a hike to get off the beaten track, there are plenty of unspoilt hidden coves to explore. Tregardock Beach, Lundy Bay and Pentire Steps are all stunning spots that are often overlooked by visitors. Take a picnic and spend the day exploring the small sandy coves, sea caves and rockpools.
It’s not just surf dudes and beach babes that fall in love with North Cornwall. Anyone who loves the outdoors will feel at home here. From a quiet coastal bimble to challenging cliff top hikes, North Cornwall is a walker’s paradise. If you really want to blow away the cobwebs, the wild remoteness at Morwenstow is the perfect spot to get away from it all. From here you can enjoy a short stroll to admire the spectacular cliff top views or challenge yourself to a longer hike along the South West Coastal Path.
For those who are looking for a change of scene, the wild Bodmin Moor is just a short drive inland. The prehistoric circle huts, standing stones and high granite tors are steeped in history. Or if you want to combine captivating folklores with beautiful landscapes visit Boscastle or one of North Cornwall’s many castles. Set high on the rugged north Cornish coast, the impressive ruins and atmospheric caves at Tintagel Castle is hard to beat. There is even a beach and a waterfall for those who can’t resist a quick paddle!
If you would rather get about on two wheels, the Camel Trail, linking Padstow and Bodmin, offers twelve miles of cycle path. Following a disused railway, the terrain is mostly level so it’s perfect for mini cyclists too. Spot kingfishers, otters and bats as you cycle through moorland, woods and along the stunning camel estuary.
It’s hard not to be mesmerised by the wild rugged grandeur of the North Cornish coast. Get active on the water, be wooed by the stunning coastal paths or intrigued by the local folklore. Whatever floats your boat, we guarantee that a visit to one of our holiday cottages in North Cornwall will be the first of many very happy Cornish holidays.