Helston, Looe, Falmouth, Truro, and Porthallow are places in South Cornwall that are home to numerous holiday destinations. The southern part of Cornwall is one of the best places for watersports activities such as windsurfing, dinghy sailing, canoeing, kayaking, and scuba diving. Visitors can also sample fresh seafood, explore remote areas, visit old ruins and have fun at countless other tourist attractions.
Without a doubt, Cornwall is one of the best holiday destinations in the UK and Europe. A single day is not enough to satisfy your senses. For those who are going to stay for more than a few days, it is practical to stay in one of the many amazing accommodation options in Cornwall. here a few local favourites.
The Snug in South Cornwall
When on a tight budget, the best accommodation choices are classic cottages because they offer rooms for a more affordable rate. One good example is The Snug in South Cornwall. It features full gas-fired CH, courtyard furniture, private parking, WiFi, and others. The outside space is just lovely and a nice venue for breakfast or some cup of tea. Youll find the courtyards central garden beautiful and refreshing. The cottage has a little dining area, attractive and compact kitchen area, pretty and cozy sitting area, and elegant bedroom with beautiful linens and Victorian-style bed. In general, there are vibrant colours such as red inside the cottage, which are made more interesting and refreshing because of the eclectic furnishings.
Wild Meadow Cabin near Fowey
This charming cottage near Fowey features logs for wood burner, electric panel heater, private parking area, patio furniture and barbecue. From the outside, the cabin looks very simple and peaceful because of the lush green surroundings. There is a raised deck, which is a wonderful place to simply sit, relax and enjoy the views. When inside the cottage, youll be greeted with an open living room, gorgeous views from the kitchen and cozy bedroom. There are accents like the 1950s vintage cabinet that makes the place homier and truly comforting.
Aside from The Snug and Wild Meadow Cabin, there are thousands more other special and unique holiday homes in Cornwall to discover. There are also other holiday accommodation options such as hotels and B&Bs.
The Old Coastguard at Mousehole
A classic hotel, the Old Coastguard hotel now has a bar with gastro pub ambiance, restaurant with relaxed-brasserie style, garden with palm trees, and awesome views of the sea. You can enjoy viewing the St. Michaels Mount, St. Clements Isle, and Mousehole harbour. Aside from your eyes, your taste buds will also thank you if you try the high quality food. Main courses have a price that starts from around 10 pounds.
Venton Vean at Penzance
A little but classy B&B, Venton Vean is just a hop and skip from the front of the sea. It has immaculate bedrooms that all feature contemporary furniture, cool colours of aquamarine, blue and grey, white-painted floors, cornices, and cast-iron fireplaces. The natural Cornish toiletries, homemade biscuits, and cotton robes will make you feel really relaxed and comfortable.
As a major holiday destination, Cornwall has some fantastic holiday accommodation to make your stay enjoyable. From coast to coast and across the moors, Cornwall is a truly remarkable place were it pays to stay for at least a week to make the most of its magical beauty.
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