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<h1>ST NEOT HOLIDAYS</h1> holiday cottages

ST NEOT HOLIDAYS

Medieval churches, woodland and caverns

St Neot cottages

Visit St Neot

A medieval stone church is the focal point of the delightful parish of St Neot. Found in a valley on Bodmin Moor, the friendly village comes alive throughout the year, with vibrant events including the February pantomime and summer carnival making it a great location for a South Cornwall holiday. Surrounded by a large amount of woodland and play areas, St Neot provides excellent entertainment for all the family.

 

St Neot Cottages

However you choose to spend your holiday in St Neot, our beautiful self-catering holiday cottages offer the perfect base. View our full selection in the area, and start planning your Cornwall holiday.

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Our selection of self-catering holiday cottages are some of the best places to stay in Cornwall. Find everything from cosy cottages for two, through to large properties to fit all the family.

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A Local's Guide to St Neot

Sheltering in a valley on the edge of Bodmin Moor within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, St Neot is one of South Cornwall’s prettiest villages. It is perfectly located for exploring the beaches and fishing villages on the north and south coasts of Cornwall (within 20 miles), as well as the neighbouring moorlands which offer spectacular walking opportunities.  Read on to find out why we think St Neot is so special and discover a few local secrets to help you make the most of your stay.

A local's guide to St Mawes

Discover the beautiful coastal town of St Mawes out on the remote Roseland Peninsula. With views across to Falmouth and stunning walking routes and beaches, this lovely destination is the perfect place to retreat to for peace and tranquillity. Stay in one of our holiday cottages in St Mawes for a relaxing getaway in Cornwall.

A charming parish

With beautiful small streets that lead around the village and give access to The London Inn, the local pub, St Neot provides all the small parish Cornish charm that you would expect from a moorland location.

The church of St Neot occupies the position of an 11th century monastery. It was rebuilt in granite in the 15th century and half of the stained glass is original. Built to show off its attractive south side, it’s well worth a visit on a fine day to appreciate the beautiful colours of the scenes depicted in the windows.

When you decide to venture out, both the coasts to the north and south can be reached within 30 minutes with pretty seaside villages and beautiful beaches to explore. For a family day out, head to Carnglaze Caverns, one of the South West’s premier underground experiences.

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