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Our Cottages

Our selection of 4 and 5 star holiday cottages in Cornwall that will sleep between 2 and 6 people.

  • Our Cottages Overview
    Our selection of comfortable, cosy and superbly equipped holiday cottages near St Austell in Cornwall.
  • Byron (sleeps 4)
    Byron with 2 bedrooms is a charming ground floor conversion and its name originates from being a former byre.
  • Lamorna (sleeps 4 + cot)
    This 2 bedroom holiday cottage is a stylish ground floor conversion with a wonderful and effortless mix of tradition and contemporary comforts.
  • Swallows Nest (sleeps 6 + cot)
    Spacious and detached 3 bedroom holiday cottage with traditional wood flooring, log burner and a raised garden to the rear.
  • Rafters (sleeps 6 + cot)
    3 bedroom holiday cottage with an open plan living area which features exposed wooden beams and classic wooden flooring.
  • Haydon (sleeps 4 + cot)
    This cottage is our former hay barn and has reversed accommodation and 2 bedrooms.
  • Trebowan (sleeps 4 + cot)
    Trebowan is a detached 2 bedroom holiday cottage with reversed accommodation, contemporary comforts are seamlessly blended with traditional features.
  • Ryland (sleeps 2)
    Inviting, comfortable and detached Ryland, a 1 bedroom holiday cottage is a perfect holiday cottage for two... a place to unwind and relax.

Out & About in Cornwall

Here you will find information on what to do and places to visit during your holiday on Cornwall...

  • Out & About in Cornwall Home
    Cornwall offers some fantastic scenery as well as some superb places to visit including glorious gardens, beautiful beaches, estates and country houses, unusual theatres, museums and galleries…
  • Beaches, Coast & Harbours
    Beautiful beaches. Unsurpassed, unspoilt coastline and towering rugged cliffs. Cornwall’s coast is amazing.

  • Gardens in Cornwall
    Cornwall is home to many wonderful gardens including The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Lanhydrock House plus many more.
  • Get Active
    So you want to make the most your holiday by getting active. From walking to surfing there are activities to suit everyone.
  • Landscapes, Heritage & History
    Take a trip around Cornwall and you’ll discover a richly diverse landscape.
  • Arts & Culture
    The art scene in Cornwall is as varied as the scenery with modern exhibitions, contemporary galleries, local craft, traditional watercolours and much more.
  • Eating Out & Local Food
    From local pubs and small cafes to top class restaurants such as Jamie Oliver's Fifteen and Rick Stein's Seafood restaurant, Cornwall caters for all tastes and budgets.