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Top 10 Recommended Holiday Cottages in Cornwall


Holiday Cottages in Cornwall
PictureTheUK helps people find places to visit and things to do in the UK. As part of this service, we suggest holiday cottages in which to stay. Our choices are based, primarily, on location. Browse our 'Top 10 Recommended Holiday Cottages in Cornwall' list for ideas. We's also suggest you look at our other 'Top 10' lists for hotel and seaside holiday, Cornwall town and beach recommendations. Last, read our summary guides to local holiday destinations such as Devon and Dartmoor National Park.

4 Fish Cellars
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At the western end of the amazing Whitsand Bay, a huge stretch of sand close to the Cornwall/Devon border. Looe to the west and the Tamar Valley AONB to the north east. This is an exceptional location.

Blue Monkey
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On the eastern tip of Cornwall in Cawsand overlooking Plymouth Sound towards the South Devon AONB. To the west is the mighty Whitsand Bay. To the north is the Tamar Valley AONB.

The Shippon
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Stunning, rural Cornwall close to both Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor National Park. The Tamar Valley AONB is on its doorstep and the gorgeous Kit Hill Country Park to the south.

Manor House
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On the fringe of St Ives Bay, 'one of the world's most beautiful bays'. St. Ives close to the west and within easy reach of a handful of top UK beaches including Carbis Bay Beach and Hayle Beach.

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Central Falmouth. Close to Falmouth Pendennis Castle and the National Maritime Museum. Take the Falmouth/St Mawes Ferry to explore the wonderful St. Mawes. Lizard Point and Kynance Cove to the south.

The Wheelhouse
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Mousehole, the south west tip of England. Land's End, Minack Theatre, Porthcurno Beach, Sennen Cove Beach and St Michael's Mount all within easy reach. One of the UK's finest peninsulas.

Charlestones Cottage
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Overlooking Port Isaac, one of the county's classic harbour fishing villages. To the south the River Camel and Estuary and Padstow. To the north Tintagel Castle and Boscastle Harbour.

Gwent Cottage
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South of the River Camel and Estuary, south east of Padstow and west of the exceptional Mother Ivey's Bay and Booby's Bay, this is one of the most popular areas within the county. Easy access to the A39 and A30 to explore further afield.

Wenford Hall
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Super location between Bodmin Moor and the north coast of Cornwall (the River Camel and Estuary through Port Isaac to Tintagel).

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Looking out across River Fowey and Estuary towards Polruan. Fowey's a delight and The Eden Project is a short drive away.