Find three or more cottages grouped together in some of Cornwall's best locations. You and your group can go hiking on the Lizard Peninsula or find peace in the Corinsh countryside.
Those lush wooded banks and distinctive towering viaducts; the Tamar Valley is an idyllic place to stay.
A quiet Cornish village sprinkled with distinctive roundhouses and flanked by sandy beaches.
Triggabrowne is an old farmstead just a short walk from the headlands of Pencarrow. Lantic Bay and the traditional Cornish village of Polperro are nearby.
Based on The Roseland Heritage Coast, holidays here will mostly consist of bracing coastal walks and sandy beach picnics.
A winding secret creek off the River Fowey with densely wooded banks and a truly peaceful atmosphere.
Interweaved with creeks and valleys, this remote peninsula off the south coast of Cornwall will have you exploring for days.
Britain’s most southerly point, awash with white beaches, turquoise seas and towering cliffs.
Add a little luxury to your group holiday when you stay in this large country manor overlooking the Helford River.
Just a handful of cottages, former fish cellars and a small secret beach make up the small village of Durgan next to the Helford River.
Located at the mouth of Port Quin's inlet, Doyden Point a fine feature of North Cornwall's dramatic coastline.
A secret cove on the rugged north Cornwall coast; perfect for a quiet break with your group.
With a renowned surfing beach and towering headlands, Polzeath is perfect for surfing or hiking groups.
A sheltered natural inlet with an unspoilt harbour village full of crooked cottages and old pubs.