For craggy coves, traditional fishing villages and aquamarine waters.
Secluded coves, calm estuaries and dramatic Atlantic swells; no matter the landscape, you’ll be guaranteed a sensational sea view with these specially selected cottages.
Those craggy coves and vast headlands make Cornwall a haven for dog walking. And with a 630 mile-long coastal path with dog friendly beaches along the way, there’s no need for pup to miss out on your adventures.
Gather the group for a memorable stay in Cornwall. Sleeping up to twelve people, these cottages are ideal for group holidays in Cornwall. Choose from luxurious country manor houses to stylish riverside apartments.
Stay at one of our bunkhouses and you'll be in a prime location for exploring the best of Cornwall. Located near the South West Coast Path, they're ideal for large groups on a walking break.
There's no better way to enjoy the outdoors than to camp under the stars. Here are some camping sites in Cornwall for inspiration for your next camping holiday.
Home to woodland cycling trails that nestle in a Victorian country estate, an 18-mile disused railway line known as the 'Camel Trail', as well as miles of unspoilt Cornish countryside.
Go on set and discover the turbulent seascapes and rich mining history showcased in BBC's Poldark. Venture along the South West Coast Path for a rollercoaster walk through sweeping headlands and winding creeks.
Cornwall's coastline is littered with surfing beaches, producing some of the most consistent swells in the UK. Busy Newquay has become the surfing mecca of the UK, often with packed out beaches.
Take to the water and explore the stunning wooded creeks of Cornwall. There are various places to launch your own canoe as well as self-hire and guided trips to join.