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The county of Cornwall has been attracting holidaymakers for decades and is without doubt one of the UK’s most loved holiday destinations, with its rich abundance of natural assets; beautiful beaches, dramatic sea cliffs, pretty fishing harbours and winding country lanes.

Cornwall’s unique charm and its stunning countryside and coastal landscapes are easy to access in this compact corner of south west England and you won’t have to travel far from your Cornish cottage to find it!

A host of top quality visitor attractions and holiday activities await you and here you’ll also find a fine selection of Cornish cottages, suitable for families and couples alike. But before you start packing your bags you might like a few suggestions for things to see and places to go on your break.

The Eden Project is undeniably one of the most popular attractions in Cornwall. This all-weather oasis offers a wealth of stunning flora in an amazing collection of ‘biomes’. Or, if you fancy getting out in the open-air then a visit to the Lost Gardens of Heligan is a must.

Padstow is highly recommended for those seeking the fine Cornish cuisine. This lovely coastal town offers an endearing sense of community and, thanks to the involvement of Rick Stein, several fantastic eateries.

For a unique occasion why not take in a play at the Minack Theatre, one of the world’s most spectacular open-air venues perched on the cliff side facing the sea. Similarly, St Ives celebrates a rich and varied artistic heritage through its Tate Gallery, the Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden and much more.

With Cornwall’s temperate climate its beaches are perhaps one of the biggest attractions; a spectacular coastline extends for mile after mile and whether you want to surf, swim, stroll or just relax, you won’t be short of fantastic activities and great seaside locations.

With an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that covers 12 separate geographical areas, walking in Cornwall is a delight. Enjoy the beautiful moorland and towering tors of Bodmin Moor, take a cycle ride down the Camel Trail or gaze out from Rame Head; there’s a wealth of wonderful choices.

Alternatively you may prefer to relax and enjoy the comfort offered by a holiday cottage in Cornwall. So start a search for your dream holiday home right now.

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  • Budds Barns - Carthouse Barn

    Titson, nr. Bude

    Grade
    2
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    Ref: 31214

    Offering peace and tranquility, Budds Barns are wonderfully situated close to the glorious North Cornish Coast. These semi-detached barn conversions are the perfect choice for couples, families and friends to escape and unwind at any time of the year. They have been lovingly converted from the original barns and sit within a delightful courtyard, adjacent to the owners’ farmhouse. Each cottage enjoys its own private enclosed garden with a barbecue and glorious country views. Carthouse Barn (31214) is all on one level and is a perfect retreat for couples, while Wagtail Barn (31216) and Swallow Barn (31215) are ideal for family and friends.
    The nearby historic village of Marhamchurch has a small village shop, along with a popular, family-friendly village inn. Widemouth Bay, famous for its excellent surfing, is just 3 miles away. Bude, 4 miles, has lovely sandy beaches and a good selection of shops and restaurants, many specialising in locally caught sea food, along with a golf course, tennis, riding, surf schools and bowling. The picturesque fishing villages of Tintagel, Rock and Padstow are close by, and the wild beauty of Dartmoor and Bodmin Moors, are all within easy driving distance, as is the famous Eden Project. For family fun, The Big Sheep and Milky Way Adventure Park are not to be missed. Beach 3 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.

    Step to entrance. All on ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen with tiled floor. 1 double bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet.

    Parking (1 car).

    All properties: Woodburner in living room (initial fuel included). Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and high chair on request. Freeview TV. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Shared laundry room with coin-operated washing machine and coin-operated tumble dryer. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Wi-fi. Small, enclosed lawned garden with sitting-out area and furniture. Barbecue. Welcome pack. Pets welcome - to be kept on a lead. No smoking.

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  • The Park - Treath

    Mawgan Porth, nr. Newquay

    Grade
    2
    1
    2
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    Ref: W44336

    The Park is a secret huddle of distinctively chic holiday properties, hidden in a tranquil valley garden just yards from a stunning beach on the north Cornwall coast. No two holiday homes are the same at this holiday park, with stylish lodges and cosy cottages which are all nestled in 27 acres of tranquil grounds. Some of these have private terraces with hot tubs, many have enclosed garden spaces. Most of the homes are dog-friendly, as is the beach, no matter what time of year you come and stay. You can swim in one of our two swimming pools, let off steam in the spa, or lounge in the café. There’s also a children’s play area, table tennis and a DVD library. The Park grounds offer sun traps, hidden pathways and fruit and herb gardens which guests are invited to sample. Next to the café is the heated indoor pool, sauna and steam room. Outside, you’ll find another heated pool in a south-facing garden setting with views across the valley, complete with a bar serving food and drinks throughout the summer.

    If you’re looking for adventure, take a stroll along north Cornwall’s breath-taking coastal paths, beaches and cliffs. For something more extreme, learn to surf at a surf school on Mawgan Porth Beach, or maybe try kite surfing at Watergate Bay, just two miles down the coast. If your food supplies are running low, pick up some holiday essentials at the convenience store in Mawgan Porth Village, or dine at Jamie Oliver’s ’Fifteen’ restaurant at Watergate Bay, or Rick Stein’s Seafood Café at Padstow.

    Cornwall has plenty of family attractions, and is also well-known for arts, culture, history, heritage, gardens, food, drink, film, TV and literature. Beaches in the local area, Watergate Bay, and the surf beaches of Newquay, lie within five miles along the coast road southwards, and the seven bays and beaches of St Merryn and Padstow are 10 miles to the north. Further afield, the beaches of Marazion, St Ives, Sennen, Kynance Cove, Falmouth, Perranporth and Porthcurno are among the top ten in the county (according to the Cornwall Guide). Even if the weather is poor, do what the locals do - wrap up warm, take a brisk walk in the wind, watch the waves crash on the rocks and let the Cornish sea air blow the cobwebs away!

    Other attractions including the educational Eden Project and Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm, are not far away. Cornwall is steeped in myths, legends and folklore, from ‘piskies’ and ’faeries’ to kings and castles. Cornwall’s 50-plus gardens all enjoy the warmth of the Gulf Stream, which means that many are home to rare tropical plants, flowers and trees. There are gardens of different scales in Cornwall, from the small and unusual to the large and more famous. Beach 300 yards. Shop and pub 250 yards, restaurant on-site.

    All on ground floor: Living/dining room with patio doors/kitchen. 1 double (5ft) bedroom with en-suite bathroom with freestanding roll-top bath, shower cubicle and toilet.

    Gas central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and high chair on request. Two Freeview TVs (one 32"). DVD. Gas hob. Electric oven. Microwave. Washer/dryer. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Wi-fi. Enclosed, lawned garden with patio, sitting-out area and furniture. Shared 27-acre grounds. Parking (1 car). Shared indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools in grounds (15m x 5m, depth 1.47m) with shower and changing facilities, open 8am - 7pm. Shared sauna and steam room. Shared children’s play area. Welcome pack. No smoking. NB: Steps and fenced stream in grounds.

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  • Driftwood

    St Ives

    Grade
    2
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    Ref: W43404


    This cosy ground floor holiday cottage is perfect for couples to enjoy all year round, in the heart of the picturesque town of St Ives and just a short stroll from the harbour, shops, galleries and beaches. It is located in an area known as ‘Downalong’ on the approach to the peninsula called The Island, with its granite cottages and labyrinth of lanes and alleys. Step out of the door and within a few yards, guests can enjoy the St Ives scene with its cosmopolitan mix of cafés and restaurants, many dotted along the waterfront. Famous for its light and Mediterranean Sea colour, St Ives has been a magnet for artists over the years and boasts numerous art galleries, including the Tate Modern and Barbara Hepworth Museum. There is a popular September festival in the town, with music, exhibitions, workshops, theatre and poetry. Christmas and New Year festivities include lights and street parties. Take the scenic coastal train from St Ives to St Erth passing the wide estuary at Hayle and many glorious beaches on route. The area is perfect for exploring the rugged North Cornish Coast, popular with surfers or the gateway to West Cornwall, including Land’s End, Sennen Beach, Marazion with St Michael’s Mount perched on its rocky island, or the busy harbour and town of Penzance. Take the scenic coastal drive from St Ives to Pendeen over heather-clad moorland, passing the tiny village of Zennor, famous for its mermaid tales. The area has something for everyone, wild life and bird watchers will love the marshes at Marazion, and Hayle attracts bird watchers from around the world. Walkers enjoy the area with easy access to the South West Coastal path. Cyclists are spoiled for choice, as the area has a number of excellent cycle trails, bridal ways and cycle hire. Explore glorious gardens, including the sub-tropical gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan. Beach 500 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 500 yards.

    All on ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen with wooden floor. 1 double bedroom. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

    Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. 32" Freeview TV. DVD. Stereo/CD. iPod dock. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washer/dryer. Public car park, 200 yards. No smoking.

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  • Tokenbury Manor - Piggery

    Pensilva, nr. Liskeard

    Grade
    2
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    Ref: 16360

    Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

    Set in an AONB on the edge of the village of Pensilva, these beautifully converted holiday properties stand amongst the most spectacular scenery in Cornwall. The stepping stone to exploring the beauty, cultural and wildlife of south east Cornwall is literally at the end of your drive via the footpaths which take you through unspoilt wooded riverbanks, where herons and kingfishers dwell.
    There is so much to do in the area - you can fish for blue sharks, ride a steam train, take a river cruise, play championship golf or visit some of the finest historic houses in the country. A short drive will take you to the South Cornwall Heritage Coast with beautiful walks from Polperro and Looe to Talland with secluded sandy coves. Don’t miss the windswept uplands of Bodmin Moor shrouded in mystery with burial chambers and holy wells, giant stones and Bronze Age settlements. Shops and pubs 1 mile.

    Ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen with beams and sloping ceiling. 1 double bedroom. Shower room with toilet.

    Central heating, electric heaters, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Electric cooker. Microwave. Shared laundry room with two washing machines and two tumble dryers. Freezer space available. Small yard with sitting-out area and furniture. Footpath through shared woodland. Parking (1 car). No children under 5 years.

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  • Little Trevean Farm - The Stable

    Rosudgeon, nr. Penzance

    Grade
    2
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    Ref: 29437

    Little Trevean is a small hamlet of three stone barns lovingly converted and each with their own private hot tub (refs 29436, 29437 and 29438). Adjacent to the owners’ home, they are set in a peaceful rural location overlooking gardens and fields to the sea beyond. The area is popular with walkers, as the barns are just a short walk from the South West Coastal Path leading to a number of picturesque small beaches and coves including Prussia Cove and Perranuthnoe. The properties are just a few minutes drive to the historical town of Marazion, with tea rooms, art galleries, curiosity/craft shops and St Michaels Mount rising from the sea which can be reached at low tide on foot or high tide by small boat. The beautiful, long, white sandy beach of Mounts Bay is perfect for an afternoon stroll, sun bathing, swimming or kite surfing. It is just a 20-minute drive to the beach at Sennen, which is famous for its wild ocean and surfing. Visit the quaint fishing harbour of Newlyn and the picturesque village of Mousehole, legendary Lands End or the Minack open air theatre, cut in to the rock face with the ocean as backdrop. The busy town and harbour of Penzance with its long promenade and Lido is close by, or take a day trip to the beautiful Isles of Scilly by sea from Penzance or small aircraft from Lands End Airport. A 30-minute drive away is South Cornwall, with its tranquil sailing waters and the busy port of Falmouth, which is home to the National Maritime Museum and Pendennis Castle. Visit the stunning Helford River and creeks which are popular for sailing, fishing or simply relaxing. The area has an abundance of tropical gardens to visit, including Trebah, Durgan, close to the Helford River, and Trelissike, just outside Truro. Within easy reach of the rugged North Coast, which is popular with surfers, with long beaches and sand dunes of Hayle and the pretty harbour and beaches of St Ives. Horse riding and golf nearby. Beach ¼ mile. Shop and pub ¼ mile, restaurant ½ mile. Refs 29436, 29437, 29438 and 27491 (located ¼ mile up the lane) can be booked together to accommodate up to 14 guests.

    4 steps to entrance. All on ground floor: Living room with wooden floor/dining room/kitchen. 1 double bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet.

    All properties: Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and high chair on request. Two Freeview TVs. DVD. Stereo/CD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washer/dryer. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Wi-fi. Small, enclosed patio and furniture. Barbecue. Parking (1 car). Hot tub. Welcome pack. No smoking. Couples and family bookings only.

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  • Greenhaven

    Tywardreath, nr. St Austell

    Grade
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    Ref: 15386

    Commanding excellent sea views across the bay of St Austell from the lounge and decked patio, this attractive bungalow is set in beautiful established gardens. Adjoining the owner’s home, within a quiet Cornish village, it is just 1/2 mile from the white sandy beach at Par. The fishing villages of Fowey and Mevagissey are a short drive; historic port of Charlestown is 4 miles. Many facilities in the area, including 3 golf courses. The Eden Project, 7 minutes away and the mainline railway station 5 minutes’. Shop 700 yards, pub 500 yards.

    Steps to entrance. All on ground floor: Living/dining room with double doors. Kitchen. 1 twin bedroom with patio doors. Shower room with toilet.

    Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Video. Stereo/CD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Wi-fi. Garden and decked patio. Parking (1 car). Welcome pack. No smoking. NB: Pond within grounds.

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  • Apple Tree Cottage

    Tregony

    Grade
    2
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    1
    Ref: W43832


    Apple Tree Cottage is as pretty as it sounds and has been furnished to provide comfy and stylish holiday accommodation. The Roseland Peninsula (AONB) juts out from the South Cornwall Coast and is dotted with secret coves, quaint fishing villages and beautiful coastal and inland scenery. The village of Tregony has a great local pub, and there is a farm shop and many great restaurants nearby. Just minutes down the peninsula is Porthcurnick beach, home to the Hidden Hut - a delightful beachside café where you just need to bring your plate and an appetite.

    St Mawes is a picturesque fishing town and is home to great galleries, shops, cafes and water based activities, such as kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding, or catch a ferry and go dolphin spotting.
    The North Coast with its many Michelin starred restaurants is a short drive away. Visit Padstow, Watergate Bay and Rock. This detached holiday cottage has a small, secluded, pretty garden for you to enjoy an alfresco meal; there are many places to buy local produce, from local caught fish to summer fruits. The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and many National Trust houses are all within easy reach of this quiet and peaceful cottage. Cycle hire, golf and sailing are all available nearby. Beach 1 mile. Shop and restaurant 2 miles, pub 1 mile.

    Ground floor: Living/dining room with wooden floor and bi-folding doors/kitchen with wooden floor. First floor: 1 double (5ft) bedroom with en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, shower cubicle and toilet.

    Electric central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. 2 Freeview TVs. DVDs. iPod dock. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Tumble dryer. Dishwasher. Freezer. Wi-fi. Enclosed lawned courtyard garden with sitting-out area and furniture. Parking (2 cars). Cycle store. Natural water supply from spring. Welcome pack. No smoking.

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  • Netherbridge Farm Cottages - Wren Barn

    St Giles on the Heath, nr. Launceston

    Grade
    2
    1
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    Ref: W43406


    Netherbridge Farm is a cluster of beautiful stone barns (refs W43405, W43406 and W43407) converted into simply stunning holiday homes. The properties are superbly equipped with bright, light contemporary interior decor and furnishings, and are set in 7 acres of private lawned grounds with two pretty lakes stocked with carp, and a paddock where sheep graze alongside the lakes. Netherbridge was formerly a working farm, now totally redeveloped and landscaped; located just off the A388 on the outskirts of Launceston, making this is a superb location for exploring both Cornwall and Devon, being so close to the River Tamar which forms the border between the two counties. The properties are ideal for couples, families with children or groups of friends to come and relax in tranquil surroundings. For a larger family, two or more cottages may be booked together to enjoy a holiday as a group and there is plenty of space here for all. The properties are open all year round and offer short breaks, so whether it’s for a summer week in Cornwall or a short break when it’s quieter in the autumn and winter, there is always a home from home on offer here. Launceston, or Lansun as the Cornish pronounce it, is an historic town, with the ruins of a Norman castle, built around 1070 AD, perched high up on a hill. There is a good shopping area for essential items, and lots to do in and around the area for all ages. Visit the castle, take a trip on a steam train at Launceston Steam Railway, see otters playing and learn about nature at the Tamar Otter Park, step back in history at Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre, enjoy a round at Trethorne Golf Club or explore The Tamar Trail. There are some fabulous beaches along the north Cornwall coastline, and the Atlantic coast ranges from gorgeous sandy beaches, ideal for young children, to surf beaches for the more adventurous. Enjoy stunning coastal vistas of dramatic cliffs, and hidden coves and picturesque harbours can also be admired. One such harbour is Port Issac where the TV series ‘Doc Martin’ is filmed. Another favourite is Tintagel, steeped in the mystery of kings and dragons. Bude is a family favourite, and Crackington Haven is popular with holidaymakers and locals alike. High up on Bodmin Moor, just south of Launceston, is the famous Jamaica Inn - the smugglers’ inn, written about by the author Daphne du Maurier. Nearer home and just down the road from Netherbridge Farm is Homeleigh Garden Centre, a fabulous place to visit which is stocked with beautiful plants. Not just a garden centre, it has much more on offer, including a large restaurant, pet area, gifts and kitchenware, clothing, ponds and garden ornaments, and a large farm shop selling a great selection of local produce. You can stop off before you leave and stock up on some Cornish plants or foods to take back home as a memento of your holiday here in truly glorious Cornwall. Alternative properties at this site are refs: 29861, 29862, 29863, 29864, 29865 and 29866. Shop and restaurant 1 mile, pub ½ mile.

    All on ground floor: Living/dining area/kitchen. 1 double bedroom. Shower room with toilet.

    Oil central heating included. Oil Rayburn. Shared sitting-out area and furniture. Parking (1 car).

    All properties: Electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and high chair on request. Freeview TV. Microwave. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Use of freezers in shared external utility room. Shared 7-acre grounds with fishing lake. Pet welcome, to be kept on lead at all times, sheep country. No smoking. NB: Fenced lakes in grounds, 100 yards.

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  • Landrends Barn - Caradow

    Launceston

    Grade
    2
    1
    1
    1
    Ref: T46


    Tucked away in a quiet rural location and enjoying views over the Kensey Valley and surrounding countryside, these superb adjoining apartments (ref: T44, T45 and T46) lie within the grounds of the owners’ farmhouse. Set amongst open countryside, they have been renovated to a high standard and offer inviting holiday accommodation - perfect for exploring the surrounding area. Each property has access to the garden of the main house, where there is a play area. There are also pigs and free range chickens, which children can help to feed, or collect the eggs, which are available for guests to purchase. Fronted by an attractive courtyard with a barbecue and picnic area and two paddocks that are perfect for walking the dogs, visitors will find plenty of space to relax and unwind.
    The apartments offer an ideal base for touring both Devon and Cornwall, and are within easy reach of the A30. Located centrally between north and south coasts, it is not more than a 25-minute drive from a selection of good sandy beaches ideal for rock pooling, surfing and dog walking. Boscastle and Tintagel, the small sandy cove of Trebarwith Strand and Crackington Haven, as well as some of the most spectacular coastal walks in the area can be found nearby. Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor are within easy reach as are several magnificent National Trust houses and gardens. The popular Eden Project is also easily accessible.
    Historic Launceston (1 mile), once the capital of Cornwall, offers a medieval castle, a selection of shops and a steam railway. There are two excellent golf courses within a short distance and a selection of horseriding schools nearby. Shops 1½ miles and a selection of local pubs offering excellent food; nearest approximately 1 mile.

    Living/dining-room with electric woodburner and rugs on solid oak floor. One step to kitchen with birchwood units and stable door to courtyard. Double bedroom with 5ft canopied bed opposite feature round window to living room, and oak floor. Bathroom with shower over whirlpool bath and toilet.

    • Electric woodburner included
    • Travel cot
    • Ground floor facilities

    • Electricity, full oil central heating, bed linen and towels included
    • Flatscreen Freeview TV
    • DVD
    • Radio/CD
    • iPod dock
    • Microwave
    • Shared laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Wi-fi
    • Shared gardens, courtyard, furniture
    • Barbecue and picnic area with fire pit
    • Ample parking
    • 3 acres of private, fenced, dog walking paddock
    • No smoking

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  • Prynces Cottage

    Looe

    Grade
    2
    1
    0
    1
    Ref: UKC235


    Located in a narrow street, this 18th-century former fisherman’s cottage with original beams is just a stone’s throw from the harbour side of West Looe. This holiday cottage is ideally situated in the historic fishing port of Looe, with many dog friendly pubs, cafés and restaurants. A few minutes walk takes you to Hannafore where you can play tennis, bowling or have fun on the putting greens, whilst enjoying the superb views from this part of Looe looking out across the bay to Rame Head and over to Looe Island. A short walk or a ferry ride across the river takes you to East Looe and onto the sandy town beach with Banjo Pier and boat trips to Looe Island, sea fishing trips and sightseeing along the rugged coastline. A stroll around the narrow streets is a delightful way to spend a lazy day exploring the friendly charms of this quaint fishing town including Looe town museum situated in the medieval Guildhall which gives an historic glimpse into the town’s past.
    Looe is home to its own music festival held during September which attracts many well-known musicians and provides a family atmosphere throughout the whole town. Early May sees the Festival of the Sea focusing on cooking demos with freshly caught seafood available on the harbour side. In November is Looe‘s own literary festival and at New Year the town celebrates with fancy dress and spectacular fireworks from the pier. Looe is an ideal base for walkers to explore the South Cornwall coastal path east to Rame Head and Plymouth, or west to Polperro and Fowey. Fowey is home to its own royal sailing club and annual regatta (August), and the literary festival celebrating the town’s most famous daughter Daphne Du Maurier. Polperro is an unspoilt picturesque fishing village, and a peaceful stroll to one of the harbour side pubs will transport you back to a different era. Looe is also perfectly situated to explore east Cornwall and a short drive to the north will bring you to Bodmin Moor, home to Jamaica Inn. There are many National Trust houses and gardens nearby such as Lanhydrock, Cotehele, Mount Edgcombe Estate and Antony House, which was the film set for Tim Burton’s film Alice in Wonderland. The Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan near Megavissey are also easily reached and are both essential destinations for all visitors to Cornwall. Sailing, golf, fishing, horse riding, coastal walks and cycling are all available locally. Beach 200 yards. Shop 40 yards, pub 50 yards and restaurant 100 yards.

    All on ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen with beams and slate floors. Utility room. 1 double bedroom with beams and slate floor. Shower room with heated towel rail and toilet.

    Electric heaters, electricity, bed linen and towels included. 23" Freeview TV. DVD. iPod dock. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Fridge. Freezer. Wi-Fi. Small shared courtyard garden. Sitting-out area and furniture. On road parking; car park 550 yards (permit at cost). Welcome pack. No smoking.

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  • Trelissa - The Granary

    Philleigh-in-Roseland, nr. Truro

    Grade
    2
    1
    2
    1
    Ref: GW3


    Set within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, high on the Roseland Landscape, these two converted barns afford spacious ground floor holiday accommodation, with commanding views across the countryside. Situated just 6 miles from St Mawes, they are 1 mile from a golden sandy beach and a short drive from many other beautiful beaches. Although completely self-contained, they may be booked together. The renowned Philliegh Cookery School is close by and a great experience. This idyllic part of South Cornwall has much to offer visitors, including a picturesque coastal walk leading to St Anthony Head, with its superb views of Falmouth and the Black Rock. St Mawes itself abounds with restaurants, pubs and shops, and its clover-leaf shaped castle, built by Henry VIII, is well worth a visit. In summer there are boat trips up the river, passing through beautiful wooded creeks. There is a 2-acre paddock available for guests to use, ideal for ball games and dog exercising. Please note: The Long Barn (GW2) and The Granary (GW3) can be booked together to sleep up to 6 people. Shops 6 miles, pub, the famous Roseland Inn, ½ mile.

    All on ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen with breakfast bar and beams. 1 twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom with bath, shower cubicle and toilet. Slate floors throughout.

    Both properties: Full oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Freeview TV. Stereo/CD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washer/dryer. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Sitting-out area. Shared 2-acre paddock. Parking. No smoking. NB: Ornamental water pump in garden.

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  • Cotehele Estate - Tremletts 4

    Cotehele, nr. Callington

    Grade
    2
    1
    0
    1
    Ref: NT011011

    National Trust Property

    A most beautiful National Trust estate, set on the banks of the River Tamar, Cotehele was the ancestral home to the Edgcumbe family for centuries. This magnificent Tudor house, perched high above the River Tamar, is decorated with tapestries, arms and armour, pewter, brass and old oak furniture. In the gardens and grounds of Cotehele, you can easily lose yourself exploring this most tranquil and beautiful location. Admire the stunning, formally planted terraces of gorgeous, colourful plants, or wander down to the Valley Garden, which includes a medieval stewpond and dovecote, which in turn leads down to the River Tamar. Sit a while and seek tranquillity in the beautiful Upper Garden and explore the orchards planted with local varieties of apples and cherry trees.

    From early spring, bright flowers adorn the grounds and the colourful herbaceous borders are simply stunning in high season. With orchards bearing fruit in the autumn and dainty snowdrops peeking through in winter, there will be horticultural activity all year round. This very popular National Trust property appeals to people of all ages, but Cotehele will be available to guests in early mornings and after the day visitors have gone home.

    In the 19th century, local industries boomed and Cotehele Quay bustled with vessels loading and unloading cargo. Paddle steamers came upriver to see the Tamar Valley’s famous blossoming orchards, and small boats carried market-gardening produce back down the river for sale at Devonport Market. The restored sailing barge Shamrock is moored at the quay and a proper Cornish cream tea can be enjoyed in the Edgcumbe tea room. The Discovery Centre here tells the story of the Tamar Valley, offering a gateway to the wider estate and is just a short walk through the Morden Valley to the sister property Cotehele Mill. Cotehele welcome dogs and there are some great walks on the miles of paths around the estate, at the quay and in the mill grounds. Dogs are also welcome in the outside seating area of the restaurants. Assistance dogs only are welcome in the house and garden.
    The enchanting hamlet of Botherick is on the southern edge of the Cotehele Estate. It grew up in the 19th century, probably to house miners working in the nearby silver-lead mines and the men working in the limekilns and on the quays beside the river below. Tremletts 4 is the end cottage in the row, with lovely views over open countryside. On a clear day, you can see all the way down the Tamar Valley to the two bridges at Saltash. With its own private garden, Tremletts 4 makes a relaxing and secluded base for exploring the lovely Cotehele Estate and the wider valley. Beach 16 miles. Shop 4½ miles, pub and restaurant 1½ miles.

    Living room with open fire, dining area and door to garden. Galley-style kitchen. First floor: Double bedroom with 6ft zip & link bed (can be twin on request). Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.

    • Open fire in living room - fuel is included for the first night, then available at additional cost
    • Electricity, NSH, electric convector heaters, bed linen and towels included
    • Travel cot and high chair on request
    • Freeview TV
    • DVD
    • Microwave
    • Washer/dryer
    • Parking (for 1 car)
    • Welcome pack
    • No smoking

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Cotages with Hot tubs Cottages part of our Luxury collection Something with a swimming pool A place near the Coast
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