Cornwall Cottages

Cornwall cottagesThe Cornwall Guide has one of the most extensive collections of holiday cottages in Cornwall on the net ranging from classic cottages in Cornwall's charming fishing villages to character farmhouses.

Our Cornwall cottages section allows you to search for the perfect holiday home to rent whatever you're looking for and wherever in Cornwall you fancy. Whether you need somewhere pet friendly, within walking distance of the beach or maybe even a 5 star luxury cottage we can help you start planning with our Cornwall holiday cottages.

Browse for cottages by region below.

Holiday cottages in West Cornwall

Cottages in West Cornwall Penzance St Just Sennen St Buryan Porthcurno Zennor Newlyn Mousehole Marazion St Ives Hayle Portreath Porthtowan Camborne Redruth Helston Porthleven Mullion The Lizard

Holiday cottages in Mid Cornwall

Cottages in Mid Cornwall Map Truro Penryn Falmouth St Mawes Helford Roseland

This area is dominated by a landscape of rivers with wooded creeks and inlets creating a picturesque setting for the many tiny villages. It is also home to Cornwall's most prosperous towns, Truro & Falmouth

Holiday cottages in North Cornwall

Cottages in North Cornwall Bude Launceston Camelford Bodmin Tintagel Boscastle Wadebridge Rock Polzeath Post Isaac St Breward

Holiday cottages on the North Cornish Coast

Cottages on the North Coast Padstow Newquay Perranporth St Agnes Porthtowan

This dramatic stretch of coast is known for its long sandy beaches and great surfing. Along with well known spots such as Newquay's Fistral beach are some lesser known gems such as the National Trust owned Chapel Porth.
The charming harbour town of Padstow is in this region and is a well known foodie paradise.

Holiday cottages in South Cornwall

Cottages in South Cornwall Bodmin Liskeard Lostwithiel Callington St Austell Mevagissey Looe cottages St Germans Fowey Polperro Saltash Torpoint

This sheltered stretch of coast was once referred to as the Cornish Riviera. It includes the popular beaches of St Austell and a plethora of charming fishing villages. At the eastern end, beyond Looe, is the Rame Peninsula - the forgotten corner of Cornwall

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