Cawsand Cottages

Tucked away on Cornwall's picturesque shore, the side-by-side villages of Kingsand and Cawsand are delightful secret spots perfect for a peaceful getaway. With their pretty, pastel-painted houses, soft sand beaches, and stunning views of the coast, these villages look like they've come straight off a postcard and are full of old-world charm. One of the top reasons to visit Kingsand and Cawsand is their amazing beaches. You'll find beautiful, clean stretches of sand ideal for chilling out, sunbathing, or swimming in the cool English Channel. If you fancy a walk, the coastlines around here are great for a stroll with amazing sea views and lovely scenery. Kingsand and Cawsand are welcoming, with snug pubs and homely cafes that make you want to take it easy and enjoy village life at a leisurely pace. Have a look at our selection of Cawsand cottages and book your stay today!

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

Sitting on the stunning Rame Peninsula, offering breathtaking coastal views and a serene atmosphere Cawsand is a coastal gem. Its pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters make it an ideal spot for relaxation and coastal walks. Whether you're an avid surfer, a nature lover, a food enthusiast, or simply seeking a relaxing seaside retreat, Watergate Bay offers a blend of natural beauty, outdoor activities, and coastal charm that caters to a wide range of interests. Only an hour away our Watergate Bay cottages help deliver a memorable holiday. With a wide selection of Cornwall holiday cottages, we have the ideal holiday home for you.

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

Relax on Kingsand and Cawsand Beaches

Enjoy relaxing moments on Kingsand Beach and Cawsand Beach, both offering sandy shores, clear waters, and breathtaking views of the sea.

Historical Significance

This picturesque village has a rich history, reflected in its quaint cottages and narrow streets. Explore the heritage of Cawsand through its historic buildings, including the 17th-century Rame Church and the Old Ship Inn.

Family-friendly water activities

The sheltered bay is perfect for various water activities such as swimming, kayaking, and paddleboarding. The calm waters make it accessible and enjoyable for holidaymakers of all ages.

Stride out on spectacular coastal walks

The South West Coast Path passes through Cawsand, offering spectacular walks along the coastline. The scenic trails provide opportunities to witness stunning views and abundant wildlife.

Experience Cornish culture and dining

Experience Cornish culture by visiting the village's local pubs, cafes, and seafood restaurants. Enjoy fresh seafood and locally sourced produce while taking in the village's relaxed and friendly ambience.

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