Duporth Cottages

If you're looking for a relaxing getaway with breathtaking views and rich history, then Duporth is worth adding to your bucket list. If you're looking for an opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse yourselves in Cornwall's unique coastal charm, then this holiday destination is for you. This peaceful and secluded village offers stunning views of St Austell Bay. Enjoy a day at the secluded Duporth beach or take a scenic walk along the coast path to Carlyon Bay. You can also visit the nearby Eden Project, a popular attraction that features a range of exhibits on biodiversity and sustainable living. With the largest selection of Cornish holiday accommodation, we have something for everyone. From affordable to luxurious, from dog-friendly to child-friendly for large families and groups of friends wanting to celebrate to cosy Cornish hideaways perfect for two. Check out our Duporth cottages for more inspiration.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Duporth

Duporth's secluded beach, scenic surroundings, peaceful ambience, and proximity to attractions make it an appealing destination for those seeking a quiet and relaxing coastal retreat in Cornwall. The hamlet's laid-back atmosphere and the sound of the waves crashing against the shore create an ideal environment for unwinding and enjoying the beauty of the Cornish coastline. With a wide selection of Cornwall cottages, we have the ideal holiday home for you.

Here are the top 5 things to see and do from our cottages in Duporth:

Secluded Coastal Beauty

Duporth boasts a secluded and unspoiled beach with golden sands and clear waters, perfect for relaxation and enjoying the peaceful seaside atmosphere away from larger crowds.

Scenic Views

The coastal path near Duporth provides stunning views of the coastline and the English Channel, making it an ideal spot for coastal walks and nature enthusiasts.

Peaceful Retreat

Due to its quieter and less commercialized nature, Duporth offers a tranquil setting for those seeking a serene escape by the sea, away from the hustle and bustle of larger tourist destinations.

Beach Activities

The beach at Duporth is suitable for various activities such as sunbathing, picnicking, rock pooling, and leisurely walks along the shore.

Proximity to Attractions

While maintaining its peaceful vibe, Duporth is within easy reach of attractions like the Eden Project, historic Charlestown Harbor, and the Lost Gardens of Heligan, allowing visitors to explore nearby places of interest.

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