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Welcome to our essential guide to where to stay in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly packed full of over 700 hotels, bed and breakfasts, campsites, self-catering, cottages and more. All properties listed on our website have been graded or inspected by the AA, Visit England, a recognised inspection scheme or signed up to our accommodation charter. Our guide will help you research everything from what's nearby to what facilities are available so you can plan the perfect visit to Cornwall. Whatever your taste and budget you will find what you're looking for on this website, so whether you're looking for a top-class hotel with all facilities, a friendly guest house, the warm welcome of a farmhouse bed and breakfast, or the freedom of camping - you'll be spoilt for choice.
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Escape to one of our 18 lovely self catering cottages or our B&B, located on and around the unspoilt harbour in Porthleven. Many of our properties have lovely views of the harbour, beaches or Mounts Bay and Porthleven
Cornish Country House dating from 1640, set in five acres of grounds at Tregathenan, 2 miles north of Helston. A friendly welcome; local produce; ideal for exploring the Lizard and West Cornwall and within walking distance of the Helston railway.
A choice of seven individual self-catering properties, sleeping up to 7, situated on or around the cliff top overlooking the beach at Porthleven, with spectacular sea and coastal views. Ample parking.
This semi-detached fisherman's cottage, sleeping 4, dates from the 1830's, It is in the old part of the small fishing port of Porthleven. The house does not overlook the sea, but is within four minutes walk of the harbour. Near beaches/coast path.
Porthleven, on the Lizard Peninsula, has summer sun and beaches, a fish market, narrow streets of fisherman’s cottages and elegant Georgian villas. In winter, it is an ideal place to watch the storms hurl themselves against the granite.