Cottages updated today Sunday 19 May 2013
Cornwall is the most popular holiday cottage destination in England, with thousands of rental cottages available throughout the year available to holiday makers. Cornish cottage holidays grow in popularity every year, because of the scenery, visitor attractions, fantastic weather and warm welcome that it offers.
Remember - Cornwall has thousands of holiday cottages to rent but you need to get in there early with your booking to make sure you stay in the right cottage in the perfect place.
If you want to stay in a Cornish holiday cottage you should read more about the holiday attractions Cornwall has to offer before rushing into a decision, each part of Cornwall has so much to offer, with beaches, art, culture, and a wealth of history on your doorstep:
Holiday cottages in the interior of Cornwall:
North Cornwall coastal holidays:
South coast holiday cottages:
The Lizard Peninsula, including St Ives:
Holiday cottages in Mousehole:
The Tamar Valley is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty:
Cottage holidays in West Cornwall:
If you are staying in a holiday cottage in Cornwall there are a great many attractions that will help to make your holiday complete. Here are some of the places you might include in your agenda: Mevagissey, Royal Cornwall Museum, The Hurlers, Goonhilly Downs, Cardinham Woods, River Looe, The Lizard, Newlyn Art Gallery, Paradise Park, Hayle, Eden Project, Trelissick Garden, Carrick Roads, Truro Cathedral , Museum of Submarine Telegraphy, Kynance Cove, Chysauster Ancient Village, Commando Ridge, Bosigran, Pencarrow, Chûn Castle, National Seal Sanctuary, Gweek, Loe Pool, Lappa Valley Steam Railway, Poldhu, Lanhydrock House, Bodmin and Wenford Railway, Castle An Dinas, River Fowey, Tintagel Castle, Leach Pottery, St Mawes Castle, Looe Island, Mên-an-Tol, South Crofty, Bodmin Moor, Tate St. Ives, Cheesewring, Mullion Cove, Barbara Hepworth Museum, Polperro, Carn Euny, South West Coast Path, Penlee House, National Maritime Museum, Trinity House National Lighthouse Museum, Looe, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Godrevy Island, Logan Rock, Cotehele, Land's End, Restormel Castle, Mousehole, Lanyon Quoit, Trevarno, Minack Theatre, Geevor Tin Mine, St Michael's Mount, Pendennis Castle, Roseland Peninsula, and Chûn Quoit.