Holidaying in a luxury cottage in Cornwall offers the opportunity to explore a destination with a wonderful micro climate. On a coastal cottage stay in Cornwall, make the most of beautiful beaches that are perfect for family-fun and surfing, explore harbour towns and enjoy dining on freshly caught fish.
Meanwhile, the stunning countryside offers fantastic scenery and highlights include cider farms, historic estates and beautiful gardens.
Having somewhere cosy and luxurious to return to at the end of the day is a necessity. Something you can be sure of with our cottages that include self-catering accommodation for couples, families and groups, with dog-friendly cottages available too. Many also feature indulgent extras such as hot tubs and log fires.
Discover our selection below.
Whether you want a coastal destination for a family beach holiday, somewhere for you and your dog to explore together or the perfect spot for a romantic day out, our luxury cottages are located in and close to many of the best places to visit in Cornwall.
Families will love beach resorts such as St Ives where Porthmeor Beach is regarded as one of the best in England. There is plenty to do here from water sports to perusing the art galleries in town.
Meanwhile, amongst the charming fishing towns and villages you will find Mevagissey. Enjoy fish and chips from shops housed in buildings that were once used by smugglers or embark on a fishing trip of your own. However, Padstow has made a name for itself on the foodie scene with some incredible restaurants where freshly caught fish is always on the menu.
For a real change of pace, along with a helping of wild beauty and uncrowded beaches, head to the Lizard Peninsula. A walk to Lizard Point will reward you with beautiful views and possibly a sighting of seals and dolphins too.Read more
Want to know the best times to visit Cornwall? Our month-by-month guide of reasons to go is full of inspiration, with something to suit a wide variety of tastes and interests.
Whatever time of year you plan to visit there are always beautiful walks to be enjoyed, whether along the coastal path on a blustery winter’s day when the waves are spectacular, or through daffodil-covered woodland in spring.
In summer there are many events to keep you entertained from food festivals and sailing regattas to music performances and outdoor theatre. Meanwhile quirky local events include ‘Obby ‘Oss day in Padstow and a beautiful torchlight procession in Porthleven.
As the nights draw in, the autumn sees the apple harvest and it’s a fantastic time to sample cider with dedicated festivals to celebrate. Or cosy up with a book from a literature festival. If you’re a surfer, autumn can be a good time to hit the sea too.Read more
Cornwall is a holiday destination where you can enjoy the coast and beaches, as well as the quiet countryside. With a wide array of things to see and activities to try, to help you plan your trip we’ve put together a list of some of the best things to do.
A trip to Cornwall must include a visit to some of the beaches. Whether you are looking for somewhere to paddle and build sandcastles, enjoy the surf or simply take in the views, there are many.
Meanwhile, there are some incredible attractions to visit including the Tate St Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden for art lovers. However, for those who like beautiful gardens, the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are a delight. Highlights for history lovers include Tintagel Castle and Bodmin Jail.
Discover more things to do in Cornwall to help you plan your cottage holiday around the interests of you and your travel party.Read more
Cornwall is surrounded by the sea, which provides plenty of space for gorgeous cottages with sea views. Experience Cornish living by the sea in both comfort and style in a one of our luxury cottages. Our carefully selected properties provide plenty of living space for couples and families alike, with facilities such as BBQs, Smart TVs, private outdoor spaces and hot tubs.
We know that your furry friends are part of the family, so we have handpicked some of the best luxury Cornwall cottages that allow you to bring your pet along for the fun, too. With over 200 dog-friendly beaches in Cornwall, you’ll be spoilt for choice when choosing between our luxurious cottages, manor houses or converted barns to put your feet (and paws) up after a day of exploring.
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