Holiday cottages in Cornwall
Stay at one of our holiday cottages in Cornwall this year and discover some of the most stunning scenery in the UK.
To the north are the bustling harbour towns of Port Isaac and Padstow, famous for their winding, cobbled streets and fresh seafood. Further south, you’ll find the secluded bays and surfing beaches of Falmouth and the Roseland Peninsula. At the far west of Cornwall, the rugged headland of Penzance juts out into the Atlantic, with iconic Land’s End at the furthest point.
Picture-postcard Boscastle is a small, sheltered inlet famous for its historic harbour and winding river. It's a must-visit for anyone wanting a truly photogenic stay. Be a part of Boscastle's charm and stay in one of our cottages on the banks of the winding River Valency.
Made famous by the TV drama Doc Martin, the historic hamlet of Port Isaac oozes Cornish charm. From former fisherman's cottages to cliff-top castles, live like a local with a stay in one of our holiday cottages in Port Isaac or nearby Port Quin.
With award-winning restaurants and cafes offering fresh, local dishes, Padstow is a foodie hotspot. Beyond the dinner table, it's a bustling harbour with winding streets that lead to dramatic cliff walks. We have five holiday cottages just a short drive from Padstow.
This former potting shed is a beautiful holiday cottage in Cornwall. The 19th-century stone and slate cottage hides amongst the trees, where views of the Helford River peek through a glassy glade. Inside reveals a stylish interior with high ceilings and an open-plan living, kitchen and dining area. Sleeps 2.
Towan Cottage is a picture perfect cottage on the Roseland Peninsula. With a large, enclosed garden, and just a five-minute walk from the beach, Towan Cottage is a great place for a family break. It can be booked with neighbouring cottage, Porth Farm House, for parties of up to eight people. Sleeps 3.
This beautifully preserved cob cottage sits on the banks of Gillan Creek. Slate floors, low ceilings and a log burner are combined with elegant decor in this carefully furnished cottage. Just across the road the cottage has a garden with a gentle stream running through it. Sleeps 4.
Stay in Poldark territory in this stone cottage on the west coast of Cornwall. Explore the rugged moors, secret coves and rich mining history shown in the hit BBC drama. And if that isn't your thing, there are several pubs within easy walking distance where you could try traditional Cornish dishes and locally-sourced drinks.
Looking for luxury cottages in Cornwall? Enjoy a week of indulgence in this atmospheric 17th-century manor. Enter through a pillared portico to a large six bedroom house where fine historic detailing meets modern luxe interiors. You'll have your own private garden and use of the Godolphin estate too. Sleeps 12.
For the ultimate romantic holiday in Cornwall, this fairy-tale tower has to be top of the list. First used as a reservoir in the 1860s, The Water Tower has been transformed into an enchanting holiday cottage. Climb the spiral staircase to discover circular rooms with gothic-style windows and views over the meandering paths of Trelissick Garden. Sleeps 2.
This Gothic stone building is the closest thing you can get to living in a castle and feeling like king or queen. It stands high on the cliffs at Port Quin so you can watch the sea from your window. Sleeps 2.
Tucked into the small inlet of Port Quin, this former pilchard cellar perches on the edge of a shingle beach with aquamarine water. It's also on the passageway to the South West Coast Path, so don't forget your walking boots. Sleeps 2.
Make the beach your playground in this former Victorian school. It looks out over the Helford River and stands just above the beach on Durgan's historic quay where tin used to be shipped. Sleeps 4.
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.