Holiday Cottages in Cornwall

Cornwall, the land of sun, sea, sand and the humble pasty. This southerly area has become synonymous with British holidays and we have some wonderful holiday cottages across the region to match. Our Cornwall holiday cottages sleep anywhere between two and 14 guests, meaning that you can invite as many, or as few people on your trip as you like. Scroll through our extensive collection of Cornwall cottages to find your perfect home from home. Bringing the dog? Check out our dog-friendly cottages in the area. Looking for a luxury home? Filter through our luxury cottages page. Hot tub? Swimming Pool? Garden? You get the picture, we have it all. 

We have self-catering accommodation in over 50 locations in Cornwall, from big names such as St Ives, Newquay and Padstow, to lesser-known hidden gems on the Cornish coast and tucked away in the countryside. Our selection of Cornish coastal cottages is truly one-of-a-kind, with many of our homes by the sea boasting a fantastic sea view. The Cornish coast has something for everyone: amazing surf for thrillseekers, great grub for foodies, miles of sandy shores perfect for sandcastle building, amazing attractions and some of the best weather in the UK. But wherever you are in Cornwall, you are never more than 20 miles away from the sea, meaning that a trip to the coast is always possible. We have properties as far north as Bude, as far east as Torpoint and as far south-west as Porthcurno. 

If you’re looking for a traditional seaside holiday, with the addition of outstanding natural surroundings, then take a look at our cottages in Padstow and the Camel Valley area. Home of Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant, accessible by the popular cycle route The Camel Trail and home of famous bakery, The Chough, Padstow is one of Cornwall’s most vibrant and picturesque towns. 

Looe is another of our fabulous Cornish locations, where coast and country meet. Here, rolling green fields and luscious trees line the natural landscape that provides a breathtaking backdrop to this wonderful seaside town. Looe is still a working fishing port, as well as being a tourist hot spot. Attractions include Looe Beach, which has a reputation for being a bit of a sun trap, Looe Museum and crabbing on the sea wall, which has been a part of the Looe landscape since the Victorian period. 

For those who want something a little different, a trip to artsy St Ives may be the answer. Home to the Tate St Ives, an art gallery that showcases both national and local artists, as well as lots and lots of art galleries and independent shops and pubs. A lively town by nature, St Ives makes for the perfect place to spend a relaxing break just pootling about and exploring. 

We also can’t talk about Cornwall without mentioning surfing. Fistral Beach in Newquay is probably the most famous and its 8ft waves attract visitors from across the globe every summer. Polzeath and Perranporth are also both very famous spots, but less busy and therefore perfect for families. Almost everywhere you go in Cornwall you’ll be able to find a local surf school and places to hire wetsuits, bodyboards and all the relevant equipment so that you can try your hand at watersports, no matter your level of experience.

To find out more about what Cornwall has to offer, take a look at our Cornwall Travel Guide, which has a range of tips and tricks about the best attractions and activities for your holiday. Whatever the occasion or the season, our Cornish holiday cottages and our friendly local team are here for you. 



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