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Visitor Guide to Cornwall

Holidaying in Cornwall is like stepping into another world. Famous for it’s long coastline, rugged and wild cliffs and long sandy beaches on the North coast and secluded, pretty coves on the South, with charming fishing villages like Polperro, St.Ives, Mevagissey and the lively towns of Falmouth and Truro. Cornwall also has so many interesting places to visit like The Eden Project and Lands End. There is no better way to explore this magical county than staying in a holiday cottage and making Cornwall your home.

The rugged Cornish peninsula juts into the Atlantic Ocean, in the far-west of Great Britain. Cornwall is home to wild moors, rolling hills and woodland, but it’s the seaside which makes it such an irresistible place to visit. With 300 miles of coast wrapping around the entire county, you are never far from the ocean. Medieval fishing villages, vast, sandy bays and secret rocky coves make Cornwall hard to beat for anyone who loves the great outdoors. The Southwest Coast Path covers the whole of the north and south coasts, passing towering cliffs, laid-back surf towns and the ruins of castles and tin mines. Whether you want to surf, hike, explore the county’s proudly independent culture or watch the sunset on the Atlantic with a plate of fresh seafood, Cornwall is a wonderful destination for a break by the sea.

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Some of our favourite Cottages in

Some of our favourite Cottages in Cornwall