Farm Stay

Experience the rustic and unique charm of a farm stay in Cornwall. Detach from everyday life as you unwind in the Cornish countryside, surrounded by beautiful landscapes and nature.

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Cornish farm stays allow visitors to embrace the region's rural charm and natural beauty. Nestled amidst the picturesque countryside, they provide an opportunity to connect with nature and enjoy a peaceful retreat.

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Cornish Farm Stays

The serene countryside surroundings of farm stays in Cornwall provide a tranquil setting for relaxation. Guests can enjoy the great outdoors, where they can unwind, read a book, or simply soak up the peaceful ambiance.

Farm stays in Cornwall also offer a convenient base for exploring the wider region. While enjoying the tranquillity of the countryside, guests can easily access nearby coastal areas, charming villages, and popular attractions. From exploring rugged cliffs and sandy beaches to visiting historic sites and indulging in local arts and crafts, there is much to discover within a short distance from the farm.

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Cornish Farm Holidays

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Cornish Farm Holidays offers quality cottages and farmhouse B&Bs Cornish hospitality at its very best. Enjoy quality self-catering cottages and farmhouse bed & breakfasts set in idyllic surroundings...

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Self-Catering & Resorts in The Roseland

Penhallow Farm

Our holiday cottages are situated on our farm on the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall and have been converted into luxurious holiday accommodation within walking distance of the superb sandy beaches of ...

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Self-Catering & Resorts in Portreath

Trengove Farm Cottages

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Trengove Farm with its listed farmhouse and buildings is surrounded by open fields, located between the old tin mining village of Illogan and the harbourside village of Portreath. Lovely walks either ...

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The answers to your all important Cornish questions.

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  • Travel to Cornwall by car

    It takes less than five hours to get from London or Birmingham to the heart of Cornwall by car.

    Drive along the M4 motorway from London, or M6 from Manchester, and then the M5 to Exeter and finally either the A30, that is mostly dual carriageway, or the A38 passing Plymouth and Saltash into South East Cornwall.

    Alternatively if you enter Cornwall from North Devon, there is the scenic A39 Atlantic Highway running through Bude, which you can join from Junction 27 on the M5.

    Due to the high volume of traffic on Cornwall's roads during the summer months the main routes can become congested especially at weekends. Travelling overnight or outside peak rush hours is recommended to avoid long delays.

    • To plan your journey use the AA Route Planner for a tailor made travel plan with timings and mileage
    • For information on possible delays or roadwork's throughout the UK or in Cornwall visit Traffic Watch
    • Travelling to Cornwall with a caravan? Check out our Caravan Towing guide

    PLEASE BE AWARE. Sat-Navs can lead you to some wonderful places in Cornwall, many of them down narrow country lanes with high hedges and few reversing points. If you are not sure...don't go on. Better to turn around and find another route than end up lost in the middle of nowhere.

    Travel to Cornwall by coach and bus

    National Express operate a full service into Cornwall as far as Penzance, Megabuss also go to a few towns including Newquay and Falmouth.

    Coach travel times from London or Birmingham to the city of Truro are around 7-8 hours

    Many tour operators offer coach holidays to Cornwall, contact your local travel agent for details.

    For information on public transport, including local bus timetables, once you are in Cornwall, Click here.

    To plan your journey in advance, journey planning websites such as Traveline South West can be useful.

    If you are bringing a coach to Cornwall, did you know Cornwall Council now offers a weekly coach rover ticket. This is available for all car parks where coaches are permitted and costs £15 for 24 hours or £50 for 7 days and £35 for 4 days. These can be obtained by creating an account to use the ZatPermit system.

  • Cornwall's North Coast has plenty to see and do, from Bude in the far north, all the way down to Perranporth. It's famed for its long sandy beaches and big cliffs. It's a surfers paradise, it's got history and heritage at Tintagel and Boscastle, it's got fantastic walks and views... The easy answer is, don't miss any of it!

  • The main towns are St Austell and Falmouth, but smaller towns and villages include Saltash, Looe, Polperro, Liskeard, Lostwithiel, Fowey, Mevagissey and St Mawes.

    Some people even include the city of Truro in south Cornwall, and we wouldn't argue.

    The general rule is anywhere south of Bodmin Moor and the A30, until you get into West Cornwall, for example Penzance is on the south coast but is in West Cornwall.

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