Cornish holiday housesHoliday houses in South West England
A self-catering holiday cottage in Cornwall with the family or a group of friends is the perfect way to have some serious fun and totally recharge, whatever the time of year. There are outdoor activities for everyone plus a whole range of visitor attractions including the famous Eden Project, a global garden for the 21st Century. The Cornish towns of Falmouth, St Ives, Newquay, and Padstow are great places to rent a self-catering cottage, and all have much to offer in terms of art and culture, heritage and history along with great pubs and fine restaurants.
A holiday in Devon is full of contrast - from some of the most stunning coastlines and beaches in Britain to the wilds of remote Exmoor and traditional rolling hills. Devon's diversity is also reflected in the towns and villages that make up this unique area of England. Devon caters for every type of visitor, whether you prefer sleepy hamlets hidden amongst the rolling hills, traditional market towns or vibrant coastal resorts offering a wide range of amenities, Devon will not disappoint for a self-catering holiday!
The stunning county of Dorset boasts rolling hills, breathtaking countryside, beautiful villages, sandy beaches and a coastline so unequalled that it has recently received World Heritage status. Bournemouth is a vibrant city, with beautiful sandy beaches, gardens, shopping, night life and entertainment for holiday makers staying in a holiday cottage near Bournemouth. Poole has the second largest natural harbour in the world and Dorchester is at the heart of Thomas Hardy country. Dorset has a great range of holiday cottage rentals - and there are lots of picturesque thatched cottages to hire in this lovely part of England.