Truro Cottages

Truro offers holidaymakers a true taste of quintessential English countryside living. Boasting an impressive cathedral, quaint cobbled streets, and a twice-weekly bustling farmers' market, it is the perfect base for exploring this region. 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. The Roseland Peninsula, located just a short drive away, offers a stunning coastline with secluded coves, picturesque fishing villages, and breathtaking views. Take a boat trip to explore the idyllic St Mawes, visit the National Trust-owned St Just in Roseland church, or simply soak up the stunning scenery on a coastal walk. Discover this stunning area at your own pace from one of our hand-picked Truro cottages.

Truro Cathedral

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

This charming cathedral city rich in history offers a mix of cultural and outdoor experiences. Truro's central location makes it an excellent base for exploring Cornwall's renowned beaches, gardens, and historic sites, such as the Eden Project and St. Michael's Mount. 25 minutes west of Truro is the picturesque village of Porthtowan. This is a great destination for wildlife watching, surfing and walking the scenic coast. Our collection of Porthtowan holiday cottages are an ideal place to start exploring this area. With the largest selection of Cornish self-catering cottages, 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.

Here are the top five things to see and do from our cottages in Truro:

Explore Truro Cathedral

Explore the stunning Truro Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic Revival architecture. Admire its intricate design, stained glass windows, and peaceful ambience. Don't miss climbing the tower for panoramic views of the city.

Immerse yourself in the Royal Cornwall Museum

Immerse yourself in Cornwall's history and culture at the Royal Cornwall Museum. Discover a diverse collection of artefacts, including archaeological finds, fine art, and decorative arts.

Stroll through Victoria Gardens

Take a stroll through the Victoria Gardens, a peaceful green space in the heart of the city. Enjoy the well-maintained flower beds, sculptures, and a serene atmosphere.

Lemon Street Market - always a good idea

Explore Lemon Street Market, a vibrant hub of independent shops, boutiques, and eateries. Discover unique gifts, handmade crafts, fashion, and locally sourced food.

Cycle the Bissoe Trail

Embark on a cycling or walking adventure along the Bissoe Trail, a former mining railway line that now offers a scenic route through Cornwall's countryside. Enjoy picturesque views and stop at cafés along the way.

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