Large, modern holiday dwelling for up to six guests that’s situated near the popular Cornish seaside resort of Bude.
Our highly-rated, hand-picked Cornwall holiday properties include traditional cottages, apartments and luxury properties.
Awel-y-Mor is a spacious detached holiday home for six that’s set in the middle of Bude on the North Cornwall coast.
Bal View sleeps up to 5 people and includes a living room with wood-burner and a spacious well-equipped kitchen.
Balcony Cottage is an 18th century, Grade II-listed fisherman’s cottage that sleeps up to six guests with 3 bedrooms.
Beckaveans Stable is a traditional holiday cottage for two guests set on a working farm near the seaside resort of Bude, North Cornwall.
Spacious, stylish holiday property that’s peacefully-appointed in Wadebridge that includes an indoor swimming pool and hot tub.
Cosy Cornwall holiday pod with a stylish open-plan studio layout that’s well-placed for exploring the Tamar Valley AONB.
Luxury holiday barn conversion for two guests that’s set in the picturesque harbour village of Charlestown, Cornwall.
Offering fantastic ocean views out towards the Lizard, this wondeful holiday rental sleeps 2 and is set above Porthleven beach.
Cob cottage has an open-plan interior consisting of a modern kitchen with breakfast bar, dining section and sitting area with wood-burner.
Cornwall is situated on the UK's South West Peninsula and is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean, the English Channel and the neighboring county of Devon. It is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the country, due largely to its magnificent coastline and temperate climate.
Lands End is the westernmost point in the UK and is set near a mass of steep granite cliffs and sheltered coves. This region, which includes the popular resort of Penance, is warmer than most parts of the UK and boasts a climate mild enough to encourage sub-tropical plant-life.
The Lizard, taken from the Cornish words lisp (palace) and yard (high) seems almost detached from the rest of Cornwall and has acquired AONB status. It consists of hidden coves, white-washed fisherman's cottages and sheltered harbours.
The distinctive coast is peppered with a number of picturesque fishing villages such as St. Ives, Gunwalloe and Coverack. Before the advent of railed travel, these towns and hamlets relied on fishing. Now tourism is the primary industry, with visitors coming from all over the world to experience the charm and mystery of Cornwall.
Inland, the county consists of windswept uplands such as Bodmin Moor and the granite moorlands of Dartmoor - the highest region in Cornwall. Designated as a National Park, this area is a popular destination for hikers and ramblers. Read on as we take a look at some of the most popular Cornwall visitor attractions.
See our blog for further information about top outdoor activities and visitor attractions in Cornwall.