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Holiday Cottages Cornwall

For the staycation of dreams, select a break at one of the many excellent holiday cottages Cornwall has to offer, combining comfort with class and presenting window views that are truly out of this world. In this colourful county, there’s something for everyone to enjoy, with so much to do, see and taste along the way. Experience numerous cultural and historical highlights, from Land's End and Pendennis Castle to The Lost Gardens of Heligan, as well as a host of activities to get stuck into. The natural landscape here is also phenomenal, with countless breathtaking scenes which are peppered with sandy beaches and glistening waves to surf. Plus, you can wander down the spectacular Squeezy Belly Alley in Port Isaac - one of the narrowest alleyways in Britain.

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Things to do and see


The Shoreline on your Doorstep

If there’s one thing a cottage stay in Cornwall guarantees, it’s that you’ll never be too far from a beautiful beach, with over 300 available to peruse across the region. Why not pop over to Polkerris Beach? This really is the ideal spot for a sublime stretch of sand to sunbathe on, with a backdrop of tall, mossy hills. Add a little zen to your trip and partake in yoga, hop on a sailing excursion atop the azure sea, or try your hand at rock pooling. Other west coast beaches will catch your attention, too, including Castle Beach and Mullion Cove Beach, as well as Holywell Bay Beach, located on the north coast.


Where to Stay in Cornwall?

There’s a variety of gorgeous places to stay on a holiday to Cornwall, dotted throughout a wide scope of lustrous locations. St Ives and Padstow are two remarkable towns, each exuding their own unique charm. However, if you’re travelling as a couple, Fowey is perfect for you both. Embark on a romantic stroll across the idyllic Polridmouth Cove, or jump aboard the Polruan Ferry to skim the waters of the River Fowey while admiring the delightful scenery. Alternatively, families will love residing in Newquay, with surfing and sporting activities aplenty, as well as exciting tours like the Eden Project and Pirate’s Quest.


Delicious Dining

This elegant English county is famous for its collection of yummy Cornish pasties, ice cream and an array of diverse local delicacies, meaning a getaway here will take you on a fascinating food venture. Fancy trying the rich flavours of traditional Cornish clotted cream on a divine afternoon tea adventure? Well then head to the grand Pentillie Castle and Estate - a private, 2,000-acre hotel and restaurant which rests beside the River Tamar. You can tuck into fluffy sandwiches with mouth-watering fillings, fresh scones and tantalizing traybakes while overlooking the castle’s emerald-green grounds. You could even sip a Fowey Valley Sparkling Vintage Cider as you eat, to get the full Cornish experience.


Coastal Walking in Cornwall

You may just want to sit back and unwind during your escape, but this destination is brimming with wonderful winding paths and impeccable countryside for you to explore. So, make sure you pack your walking boots beforehand to uncover sensational sights. Take St Ives - this place is a paradise for avid ramblers, thanks to its granite coastline sprinkled with hidden coves, steep cliffs and impressive circular walks. Meanwhile, visit the remote fishing village of Port Isaac - a peaceful, sleepy corner of Cornwall, perfect for roaming immersive coastal trails. Or, book a guided tour to glimpse the serene settings featured in the popular British TV series, Doc Martin.