Luxury Cottages in Cornwall

Luxury Cornwall Cottages

  • Lynher Cottage

    Saltash

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  • Polly's Bower

    Saltash

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  • Tresallyn Cottage

    Padstow Area

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  • Barn in West Cornwall

    Penzance

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  • Talland 1

    Cornwall Talland Bay

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  • Little Kantara

    Marazion

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  • 2 Stonerush Valley

    Looe

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  • Bear Cottage

    Truro

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  • Log Cabin in South Cornwall

    Torpoint

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Set in the South West of England, Cornwall is a beautiful county best-known for its golden beaches and wild moorlands. A popular holiday location for many, Cornwall sets itself apart with its subtropical microclimate and beautiful seaside towns and villages. It’s incredibly easy to see why this incredible region attracts millions of visitors each year!

With so many amazing attractions and landmarks to discover, a week away in Cornwall simply isn’t enough to see it all. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or perhaps a seasoned traveller to the county, our luxury cottages in Cornwall provide all you need for a restful and relaxing break. Choose from spacious barn conversions with hot tubs, dog-friendly apartments, and cliff-top homes with spectacular sea views. Whatever you have in mind, we’re here to help you plan the perfect break.

Of course, you will have to decide on a location. Head over to North Cornwall for a weekend of sea and sunshine in Bude or Newquay, or enjoy a short break in the idyllic surroundings of the Roseland Peninsula and Truro on the South Coast. Spoiled for choice? Have a look at our most popular locations in the county.


Best locations for a luxury cottage in Cornwall

With so many fantastic places, it can be a challenge to choose your favourites! Here are our most booked locations for luxury holiday homes in Cornwall.

St Ives

Best for: Checking out the art galleries

A holiday in Cornwall wouldn’t be complete without a visit to St Ives. Full to the brim with excellent eateries, upmarket bars and an assortment of unique art galleries, there’s so much to be discovered in this pretty seaside town. We’ve got plenty of beautiful homes within walking distance of the town centre, so you can leave the car on the drive for the week.

Newquay

Best for: Trying out some watersports on the nearby beaches


Newquay is a popular town set on the north coast of Cornwall. Take a walk along the water's edge and you’ll find plenty of surfers taking advantage of the waves. Voted as one of the nation’s favourite seaside towns, this bustling resort offers something for everyone. Be sure to grab an authentic Cornish pasty before taking a stroll along the promenade!

St Mawes

Best for: Enjoying a weekend of complete relaxation


St Mawes is something of a hidden gem. This quaint fishing village sits at the end of the Roseland Peninsula and is surrounded by the glittering coast. If you’re looking for somewhere a little less crowded than the usual Cornish hotspots, then be sure to take a look at our cottages in St Mawes. Of course, you’ll still find plenty to do here - from boat tours to jet ski adventures.

Truro

Best for: Timing your stay with a music or arts festival


Set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), Truro is a charming city that is home to plenty of great attractions. The only city in the county, Truro is bustling with activity throughout the year and is often host to incredible events. From arts festivals to live music acts, there’s always something going on. If you prefer learning about the history of new locations, Truro Cathedral is a good place to start.

Penzance

Best for: Taking a dip in The Jubilee Pool

Famed for its interesting pirate history, Penzance is a popular town in West Cornwall. As you might expect, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to discover its past as you stroll through its historic streets. It’s also home to The Jubilee Pool on its seafront - an excellent place to visit on warm summer days. If you love exploring beautiful gardens, be sure to visit the nearby Trengwainton Garden.


Best walks in Cornwall

Soak up spectacular sea views from these picturesque walking routes in Cornwall, close to our luxury holiday cottages.

St Ives to Clodgy Point

Location: St Ives

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk length: Just over three miles

The St Ives to Clodgy Point walk starts from the train station in the town and leads you all the way onto the beautiful heathland of Clodgy Point. You’ll pass by scenic patchwork fields on your way back, before returning back to St Ives.

Watergate Bay to Porth

Location: Newquay

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: Three and a half miles

The Watergate Bay to Porth circular starts at the sandy beach of Watergate Bay before looping around Porth Beach. It mainly follows the coastal path, offering panoramic views across the Cornish coast.

St Mawes to St Just Walk

Location: St Mawes

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk length: Six miles

The St Mawes to St Just Walk is a moderate, yet well-waymarked route along the Carrick Roads to St Just. It should take around two to three hours to complete, but it will probably take a little longer as you stop and admire the views!

Feock to Devoran

Location: Truro

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: Six miles

The Feock to Devoran circular walk is perfect for sunny afternoons. This scenic route will take you along beautiful bridleways and footpaths above Restronguet Creek before arriving in the village of Devoran.

Penzance to Newlyn

Location: Penzance

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: Just under four miles

This Penzance to Newlyn route follows the harbour from the town and across to Newlyn’s picturesque seafront. On your way back, you’ll stroll through the magnificent subtropical gardens of Penzance.


Best beaches in Cornwall

With over 500 sandy beaches to choose from, a day relaxing on the sands is always an option in Cornwall!

Bamaluz Beach

Location: St Ives

Best for: Escaping the crowds

Set just below the St Ives Museum, Bamaluz Beach is a little quieter than the rest of the beaches in the area. At low tide, you’ll have quite a bit of room to stroll along the shore, but be sure to check when it's about to roll back in.

Whipsiderry Beach

Location: Newquay

Best for: Taking the pooch for a walk

The dog-friendly Whipsiderry Beach is a large stretch of sand, located just outside of Newquay. There are some fairly steep steps down to the beach which makes it fairly quiet throughout the year, but well worth a visit if you’re in the area.

Summers Beach

Location: St Mawes

Best for: Searching the rock pools

The biggest beach in St Mawes, Summers Beach boasts incredible views across the bay. While it’s quite a pebbly beach, you’ll still find plenty of space to sit and enjoy the sights - children will love exploring all the rock pools.

Loe Beach

Location: Feock

Best for: Casting a line!

While you won’t find any beaches in the city of Truro, Loe Beach is just a 15-minute drive away. A mixture of sand and shingle, this beach is popular for fishing and watersports - including windsurfing and sailing.

Newlyn Tolcarne Beach

Location: Penzance

Best for: Being close to the town

Newlyn Tolcarne Beach is a pebbly beach that allows dogs year-round, making it a popular location for locals. The beach is set just below the Newlyn Green and is minutes away from the amenities of the town.