Self catering cottages in Cornwall
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A holiday in Cornwall is a perfect break from the stress of modern life. Cornwall has the mildest climate in the UK; spring is early, summers are hotter and autumn lasts longer. Cornwall really does have it all - fabulous beaches, stunning scenery and fascinating history. If you rent a holiday cottage in Cornwall you can explore the beautiful Cornish coastline, visit amazing gardens and houses, walk or cycle in the glorious countryside, swim off perfect beaches and generally have a very relaxing holiday. Here you will find lovely holiday cottages in north Cornwall and luxury self catering holiday cottages in south Cornwall - whatever type of Cornish holiday cottage you are looking for you will find it here - the perfect site for a holiday accommodation in Cornwall.
The coast of Cornwall is amazing - rugged cliffs, white beaches and fabulous waves (perfect for surfing!). The Cornish Coastal Path runs from Bude in north Cornwall to Plymouth in south Cornwall. The coastal path goes through many of Cornwall's most beautiful villages: Tintagel, St Just, St Ives, past Land's End, Penzance, Polperro, Mevagissy and on to Plymouth. There are luxury holiday cottages in Cornwall on all parts of the path. If you are looking for a holiday cottage in north Cornwall then you will be rewarded by views of granite cliffs towering over golden sands. Inland from the north coast are the remote moors, which reflect the beauty of the area which is steeped in Cornish myth and legend. There are lots of self catering cottages available near Bodmin Moor, where you can explore Neolithic and Bronze Age remains, walk in remote moorland, as well as the setting for Rebecca du Maurier's Jamaica Inn. Many of these private holiday cottages Cornwall have a swimming pool and if you are looking for a cottage with a pool then use the availability search to find all those holiday cottages which have swimming pools in Cornwall. Cornwall is a spectacular holiday destination throughout the year.
A holiday in Cornwall can offer you more then just stunning coastline - inland you will find holiday cottages on Bodmin Moor and the Tamar valley, can explore St Austell and the china clay pits, visit Cornish castles and country houses and gardens. Cornwall has a fascinating past and King Arthur's Camelot is said to be at Tintagel. Tales of smugglers are plentiful - and when you look at the Cornwall coast you can see why. Cornwall was also famous for its mines and there are remains of these everywhere. The port of Charlestown was once called West Polmear - by the late 18th century the spectacular Cornish harbour was completed. Charlestown grew into the model Georgian new town that you can see today - it used to handle much of the china clay which was sent throughout the world. Charlestown is a delightful place to let a holiday cottage in Cornwall.
Holiday cottages near the Eden project - there is a great selection of wonderful cottages to rent in Cornwall available here - just click the link above. The Eden project is the world's largest greenhouse and is Cornwall's newest major tourist attraction. You can see the total range of plant habitats found on earth, all under one roof. The Eden project is also a centre for research into the environment. The Eden project is situated in a Cornish clay pit, between Lostwithiel and St Austell. It is almost a kilometre long and really has to be seen to be believed. If you want more information on the Eden Project please visit their site at the Eden Project. The founder of the Eden Project was behind the restoration of the Lost Gardens of Heligan - another fabulous tourist attraction, between St Austell and Mevagissey. A holiday in Cornwall isn't complete without a visit to the Eden biospheres - a fantastic day out for adults and children - and if you rent a holiday cottage in Lostwithiel or a self-catering cottage near St Austell your holiday accommodation will be very close to the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project.
If you want a surfing holiday in Cornwall the you should rent a holiday cottage on the north coast of Cornwall. North Cornwall is serious surfing waters and if you find a holiday cottage to let near Bude you will be in the best area to surf. On this site you can book the best holiday cottages in Cornwall near surfing beaches! Newquay is the home of surfing in the UK. We have a wonderful selection of Newquay holiday cottages, near the beach so you won't have to go far to surf. The beaches in Newquay face in all directions so there are all types of surf. If you rent a Newquay holiday cottage but don't want to surf, you will find lots of things to do in the area. Newquay holiday cottages offer a captivating mix of natural scenery, with secluded rock pools, smugglers' caves and fabulous beaches for family fun. Renting a cottage for a holiday in Newquay is easy - just click a link for a perfect family holiday in Cornwall. Newquay is justifiably the most popular family resort in Cornwall. Fistral is the most famous beach for surfing in Cornwall and it holds all the major competitions. The north of Cornwall has the best beaches for surfing but if you choose your beaches carefully you can surf on the west coast and in south Cornwall.
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Holiday cottages near National Trust properties are easy to find. The National Trust has a lot of houses and gardens in Cornwall and also own a lot of the car parks which you will have to pay for if you are not a member (it is worth joining the National Trust if you are spending a holiday in Cornwall and want to visit their properties). Trerice is a gorgeous Elizabethan manor house with fine plaster ceilings. Bedruthan Steps are 4 miles north of Newquay and a spectacular beach, with National Trust information centre, cafe and shop. Levant in Steam at St Just is the oldest beam engine in the UK, situated at the cliff edge Levant mine. There are a wealth of lovely holiday cottages near St Just and Redruth, the centre of Cornwall's mining district. St Michael's Mount is a must for every visitor to Cornwall. This wonderful granite crag rises up from Mount's Bay and is topped by a 14th century castle. There is a ferry which will take you to St Michael's Mount at high tide in the summer or you can cross the causeway by foot at low tide. Tintagel Old Post Office is one of the buildings in Cornwall with the most character, and is a small 14th century manor. There is a great selection here of holiday houses near Tintagel, many with log fires. The National Trust has houses or gardens at Glendurgan, Lanhydrock, Trelissick, Trengwainton and Cothele. The National Trust in Cornwall also own much of the Cornish coast as well as most of the Cornish Coastal path.
Cornwall has some of the most interesting places to visit of any part the UK, including castles, country houses, standing stones, glorious gardens, mines, museums and heritage centres. There are fabulous holiday cottages to rent in all parts of Cornwall - just click a link to view them. If you want to visit the Tate at St Ives whilst you're on holiday in Cornwall, see the Newlyn Gallery, cycle or walk in Cornwall then rent a luxury Cornish holiday cottage. These holiday cottages in Cornwall vary from luxury cottages, to cosy cottage hideaways or honeymoon cottages by the sea with log fires. Whatever type of self catering cottage you are looking for for your Cornwall holiday, then you will find it here. This is a perfect location for a tranquil holiday cottage in Cornwall. If you want to rent a cottage in Bodmin, a luxury holiday cottage in Bude, a self catering house in Calstock, a cottage with a log fire near Falmouth, a hideaway cottage in Fowey, a cottage near Hayle with four poster bed, holiday cottages in Helston, a lighthouse near Land's End, a honeymoon cottage in Launceston, a farmhouse at Leskard, private cottage for holidays in Looe, romantic cottage in Lostwithiel, cottage near the sea in Newquay, Padstow holiday cottage with a swimming pool, a luxury cottage in Penzance, an idyllic Polperro holiday cottage, a luxury cottage near Port Isaac next to the harbour, Redruth cottages for a holiday in Cornwall, St Ives holiday cottage, holiday cottages at The Lizard, a luxury country cottage holiday in Tintagel, self catering cottages near Truro or luxury cottages near Wadebridge - you will find all types of holiday cottages in Cornwall here.
A holiday cottage in west Cornwall is also a great destination. Land's End is the principal tourist attraction in west Cornwall (the most westerly point of the UK) and the area is more remote and wild then the rest of Cornwall. Redruth is at the centre of the former tin mining area and is a popular area for holidays. There are luxury farm houses to rent near Redruth, as well as remote luxury holiday cottages and former miners' cottages. West Cornwall holidays feature tiny fishing villages with majestic cliffs above them. Many of the Cornish towns have wonderful holiday cottages nearby. Falmouth has a great selection of lovely holiday cottages. Falmouth is a historic maritime town and houses the Nathional Maritime Museum Cornwall. Sailing abounds in Falmouth and hosts many international watersports events. There is a wonderful Oyster Festival in October which is worth a visit if you are on holiday in Cornwall at the right time. St Ives is world famous as a centre for artists for over 100 years. The Tate Gallery, Barbara Hepworth Museum and Barnard Leach Pottery are a must to visit if you are interested in the arts and on holiday in west Cornwall. Present day artists exhibit in Falmouth galleries, pottery shops and craft shops. Falmouth has a magnificent setting overlooking beaches with a wonderful warren of cottages (some are now holiday cottages) and picturesque cobbled alleys. Press here to view a lovely selection of holiday cottages in St Ives, Padstow, Polperro, Cornwall. Truro is another popular holiday destination with a great choice of holiday cottages to rent nearby and in Truro itself. Truro is an elegant Georgian town with a stunning cathedral. It is west Cornwall's centre of cultural and commercial activity with lots for holiday-makers to see and do - the Truro area is a great place to stay for a self catering holiday in west Cornwall.
The Cornish Riviera is so called because the area is sheltered from the winds and seas, and the gentle climate means that wonderful, luxurious gardens proliferate in the lush valleys that sweep down to the sea. This is the south of Cornwall and home to picturesque villages and countryside. Pretty coloured cottages sit above beautiful harbours, with fishing fleets bobbing in the sea. In the stunning coastline of the Cornish Riviera you can rent beautiful holiday houses: many are hideaway cottages with log fires or cottages next to the sea. This part of Cornwall has glorious gardens, fabulous traditional pubs, delicious fresh seafood and panoramic views from all the excellent accommodation available to rent. Holiday cottages in St Mawes are usually luxurious as St Mawes is a smart coastal village and a haven for yachts. South Cornwall or the Cornish Riviera is a magnet for sailors as well as those seeking a self catering holiday in one of the most stunning parts of the UK.TELEPHONE 0845 268 1246 or book cottage online now.