Cottages in Cornwall and Self Catering Accommodation by Holiday Lettings

Why Cornwall?

With its sweeping sandy beaches, quaint fishing villages, sensational seafood and a fascinating Celtic history, it’s no wonder that Cornwall has eternal appeal. Its mild climate and huge range of attractions, from the Eden Project to Tintagel Castle, will keep you coming back year after year.

Food & Drink

You’re in for a treat when it comes to Cornish cuisine! The noble Cornish pasty, packed with steaming hot beef and veg, is just what you need after a day spent surfing or walking. Seafood is excellent too, from cockles on the beach to fine dining at Rick Stein’s restaurant in Padstow. And no trip to Cornwall is complete without the classic Cornish cream tea.

A Family Favourite

Keeping the kids entertained in Cornwall is a breeze. Highlights include discovering the legend of King Arthur at Tintagel castle, seeing a show at the Minack Theatre, with its beautiful views of Porthcurno Bay, and exploring the The Lost Gardens of Heligan in St Austell. And with so many cottages and self-catering accommodation in Cornwall to choose from, picking a place to stay will be a pleasure.

Beaches In Cornwall

If it’s a beach holiday in Britain you’re looking for, Cornwall ticks all the boxes. The subtropical climate and array of Blue Flag beaches will appeal to couples, families and watersports enthusiasts alike. Surf at Fistral Beach, swim at Porthcurno, go rockpooling at Treyarnon Bay and much, much more beyond.

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Places to stay in Cornwall

Places to visit in Cornwall

Falmouth

Falmouth’s packed events calendar - which includes food festivals, parades and live music - keeps its visitors entertained all year round. The town’s breathtaking coastline, fascinating maritime history, thriving cultural scene and numerous arts and crafts galleries will leave you feeling refreshed and inspired.

Looe

You’ll get the best of both worlds at this small fishing town. It’s a peaceful escape in the Cornish countryside while still being close to tempting restaurants, independent shops and fun-filled attractions. A visit to the Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary is a must when staying in Looe.

Newquay

Newquay has been a firm favourite with surfers for over 40 years due to its accessible, safe and surfboard-friendly beaches. Its laid-back charm, lively nightlife and myriad of things to see and do make it an ideal choice for everyone, from families with young children to hen and stag parties.

Bude

Popular since the Victorian times, this stunning coastal town with its pretty pastel-coloured beach huts, long stretches of sand and quirky cafés is a coastal walker’s dream. And don’t miss the jazz festival that takes place in the town every August.

Things to do in Cornwall

The Minack Theatre

Perched on the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic ocean, this open-air theatre hosts a fantastic range of drama, comedy, opera and storytelling.

Cornwall Football Golf

Love football and golf? This intriguing sport combines the two! Navigate your way around an 18 hole course using the lowest possible amount of kicks.

Screech Owl Sanctuary

Get up close to an array of different species of owl, such as the adorable baby Tawny owl, and other beautiful creatures including miniature Shetland ponies.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

With a huge 200 acres of gardens to explore including a lush, sub-tropical jungle, Victorian pleasure gardens and woodland sculptures, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a fairy tale.

The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic

This little museum has been hosting visitors for 50 years and offers a fascinating insight into the history of witchcraft and magic.

Cornish Seal Sanctuary

The sanctuary rescues sick and injured pups that have been found around the coast in Cornwall, helping to conserve their habitat while educating visitors.

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Top Destination reviews

Little Tresillian
Perfect in everyway!

A gem of a property. Little Tresillian is very comfortable, spotlessly clean and very well equipped. The bed was so comfortable, best I've slept in ages, and the bath was lovely and deep, offering a much needed relaxing soak after all the walking w … see more
Station Cottage
Great location

We have stayed at the cottage before and loved it so much. It is brilliantly located for Hayle centre and the beaches are a small walk or drive. The cottage is small but well laid out. Shower is always hot and powerful. … see more
Newquay Holiday Apartment Rental
Fantastic modern apartment

Very modern, clean and well equipped apartment. Although it was very close to all amenities it was situated in a surprisingly quiet street. Short walk to beach and shops we had a fantastic holiday. Owner was friendly and met us there and left us a fe … see more
Traditional stone cottage, 5 minute walk to beach
Charming comfortable house in a lovely village

Trewin Cottage combines great charm and character with practical comfort. Luckily, we had a couple of days of poor weather, so we had every excuse to curl up in the sitting room in front of the wood-burning stove with our books. It is just off the M … see more
Brantwood, Porthmeor beach, St Ives, Cornwall
Gorgeous accommodation in a fabulous location.

Beautiful, comfy and well equipped cottage with a great balcony overlooking Porthmeor Beach. We had a wonderful week discovering St Ives and walking the local area, and spent a lot of time on the balcony admiring the views and enjoying the sound of … see more
Trevanion House
Very nice house!

I stayed there with for a month and really liked the house. Clean, comfortable beds and nice sitting area with a kitchen. The kitchen had everything that you need. Nice places in short driving distance as well as cycle routes. One minus is very slow … see more

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