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Self-catering holiday cottages in Cornwall

Cornwall is a county bathed in history, with a solid culture built up by thousands of years of heritage. Strong light and maritime views have made it one of the most sought-after locations for visual art, and it has an equally strong folk music tradition. Visitors to the region are met with a relaxed way of life, a pleasant climate, and a range of breathtaking scenery including rugged coastline and sandy beaches. Choose one of our holiday cottages in Cornwall when you visit, to get the most from your holiday or weekend break.

And of course, no mention of Cornwall could be made without that most outstanding of attractions in St Austell, the now world-famous Eden Project. Here you’ll find a truly magnificent global garden housed in what they call ‘tropical biomes' where you can see outstanding examples of plants from around the world.

The county, at its widest just 50 miles from coast to coast, offers no less than twelve Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty - areas of countryside officially considered to have significant landscape value in England, Wales or Northern Ireland – and ten areas designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites, which means that wherever you chose to stay, you won’t be too far from one of these gems.

Sleeps: 2. Bedrooms:1 - galleried double ensuite. Port Isaac and Tintagel 5 miles. Short breaks. Dogs welcome by prior arrangement for a fee of £25/booking.

Rooky's Nook Trewalder Cornwall

Rooky's Nook, Trewalder

For discerning couples, no expense has been spared to create a home-from-home romantic holiday cottage hideaway in what was formerly a blacksmith's barn. Rough cast walls, slate floors and a huge inglenook fireplace make up this Cornish cottage retreat, which is close to the charming fishing village...

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Self-catering holiday break in Cornwall

Cornwall is a fantastic choice for families looking for a varied and relaxing break away – there are many gorgeous beaches if you want some sea and sand, and impressive historic sites if sight-seeing is more your cup of tea. With our varied range of Cornwall holiday cottages, you can find a location that’s ideal for what you want to get out of your trip, while staying in comfortable and cosy surroundings that are perfect for all the family.

Bodmin Moor is perhaps one of the most famous, not only for its world famous tors - those rock outcrops seen or near the hill summits – and ghostly mists often appearing out of nowhere, but also for its legendary ‘beast’, a phantom wild cat which is said to roam the area.

The Lizard Peninsular offers a glance into ages past with its Bronze Age settlements, the wonderful Camel Estuary with its fantastic wildlife and famous tidal river valley and the submerged valley and picturesque wooded creekside of the Helford River.