South Cornwall cottages
Cities, towns, villages, hamlets, beaches, coves, caves and visitor attractions are all part of the South Cornwall landscape, making it a perfect holiday destination for everyone. With a tapestry of walks winding through and around the region, it’s an ideal destination when it comes to dog-friendly holidays, too, while its attractions, including the world-famous Eden Project, are sure to attract visitors from all walks of life.
Why visit South Cornwall?
The South is a diverse part of Cornwall and is an ideal location to base yourself for a Cornish holiday where you are looking to take in all Cornwall has to offer without travelling too far. A large part of South Cornwall is listed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty so take in the sights while enjoying locally sourced produce at many of the wonderful restaurants in the area.
Things to do in South Cornwall:
Truro, the capital of Cornwall, is a great place to visit. Truro Cathedral dominates the landscape of the city with the great old building blending with modern shops and cafés that have made this a great shopping destination. The Lizard peninsula is another prominent feature of South Cornwall, with many great walks available along the coastline. You’ll pass many towns and villages with great eateries and pubs along the way.
Why stay in a South Cornwall cottage?
We have over 150 cottages in South Cornwall ranging from cottages that sleep two for that romantic getaway all the way up to a cottage that sleeps 18, perfect for the large family or group holiday. With Cornwall cottages on the beachfront to properties deep in the countryside and everything in between, we are bound to have the perfect cottage for your holiday in South Cornwall.
Three must see things in South Cornwall:
The Mediterranean and the Rainforest are brought to the UK at The Eden Project.
Charleston Harbour has a great collection of tall sail ships and plenty of great places to eat overlooking the harbour.
Looe Island, also known as St George's Island, is a stunning feature off the Looe coastline.