<h1>PENZANCE HOLIDAYS</h1> holiday cottages


Smugglers, charming coastline and popular attractions

Penzance cottages

Visit Penzance

Right at the heart of Mount’s Bay is the largest town in West Cornwall, Penzance. Penzance gives visitors a little insight into life as a smuggler or pirate with plenty of caves and coves perfect for exploring, and an array of endless elegant beaches such as Marazion Beach and Eastern Green Beach. It’s no wonder the town was the inspiration behind Gilbert and Sullivan’s comedy opera, Pirates of Penzance!

Penzance Cottages

We have a great range of Penzance cottages, all full of character. Whether you’re looking for a cottage on the seafront or a cottage in the countryside, we will have something to suit.

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West Cornwall Cottages

When it comes to West Cornwall holiday accommodation, our selection of self-catering cottages offers plenty of choice. From family-friendly to romantic properties, find your home-from-home with us.

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A local's guide to Coverack

The pretty fishing village of Coverack is a dream destination. With a stone-walled harbour and a crescent-shaped shingle and sand bay, it makes the perfect holiday for all the family.

Luxury sea view cottages in Cornwall

Renowned for its pristine beaches, cerulean waters, charming harbours populated by colourful boats and rugged coastal paths, the Cornish peninsula makes for an idyllic destination for a seaside holiday in the UK. Whether you visit in the winter to watch the powerful breakers crashing against the cliffs, or in the summer to paddle in the aquamarine waters, the lure of the Cornish sea proves irresistible to many. We have chosen five luxury sea view cottages in Cornwall to inspire your next coastal getaway…

An entertaining base

You’ll be surrounded by wonderful Cornish beaches when staying in Penzance, so if you’re looking to relax by the sea then you’ll be in your element. The town has a number of beaches and you also have pretty coves and bays nearby, in villages such as Mousehole and Marazion. There’s plenty to do in Penzance, from the museums, art galleries, the cubist Lido by the sea to the unusual Egyptian House, as well as a number of pubs, cafes and restaurants for when you need a refreshment.

Attractions in the surrounding areas are plentiful too. Marvel at the cliff top structure of the Minack Theatre, or take a trip to Land’s End landmark, where you can have your photograph taken standing under the famous signpost. You’ll also be just a stone’s throw away from St Michaels Mount, which can be accessed by foot at low tide and by boat during high tide.

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