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Welcome to our essential guide to where to stay in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly packed full of over 900 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 or a recognised inspection scheme and 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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5 star contemporary holiday homes in quiet secluded valley, 10 min drive from Truro/Falmouth. Close to beaches, attractions, cycle trails. Indoor/outdoor pools, gym, squash/ tennis courts, restaurant. Dogs welcome in some properties. Family friendly.
Self catering holiday cottages at Trenance on the outskirts of Mullion village. Set in 13 acres of peaceful countryside and mature gardens our one, two and three bedroomed cottages surround the old farm yard.
Beautiful cottages with gardens and country views on 230 acre working dairy farm in north Cornwall near Port Isaac. High standard spacious accommodation, ideal for families and couples, sleeping 2-8.
Retallack Resort and Spa offers 5* self-catering in the heart of North Cornwall perfect for families with kids club, tennis, indoor pool, MasterChef winner James Nathan’s restaurant & FlowRider Cornwall.
Stunning 4 star hotel & spa nestling in the tranquil wooded hillside of its own 43-acre glorious Victorian parkland. Restored 19th century House Hotel with stylish rooms. 5 star woodland holiday homes to buy or rent. A true haven, within touching distance of many of the most popular beaches and attractions in Cornwall.