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About Cornwall

At the farthermost reaches of England's West Country, with its incredible coastlines, beautiful beaches, huge skies, bucket-and-spade seaside villages, wild moorland, secret valleys and deep, high-sided lanes this is one of the most memorable English holiday destinations. The best places to stay in Cornwall can be found in the more popular haunts like St Ives and Padstow, but a large number are popping up in less touristy destinations and off the beaten track country spots.

Our favourite properties among the best places to stay in Cornwall are hotels which are either dramatically sited on the coast or lost in the countryside, many of them reflecting the region’s chic image while still providing endless summer fun for families; others are cosy old favourites.

Cornwall offers some of the best surf in the UK along with several schools for beginners. However, this is not the county's only draw. There's plenty of culture and history to explore too. The Eden Project which replicates climates from throughout the world and showcases their unique biodiversities is an educational and fun day out. While a visit to the picturesque harbour of St Mawes and the most perfectly preserved of Henry VIII's coastal fortresses, St Mawes Castle, is a real must. For art enthusiasts, a trip to the Millennium, Belgrave and Wills Lane galleries in artsy St Ives is a real highlight.

But don't forget that this county is ever-popular, so if you want to be sure of a bed in one of the best places to stay in Cornwall, get organised and book well ahead.

Where to stay - Which town/area?

  • Cornwall's north coast is known for its big waves, beloved of surfers and offers 60 miles of dramatic Atlantic Heritage Coast from Bude to Bedruthan – cliffs, coves, market towns, farmsteads and atmospheric Bodmin Moor.
  • The South Coast is quieter and softer with sheltered coves and a more Mediterranean vibe. Penzance is a charming harbour town with impeccable arty credentials (it was home to the Newlyn school of painters) and lovely views over St Michael's Mount. For something smaller, but just as charming head to Mousehole.
  • Marazion is ideal if you're looking for plenty of beach (and views of St Michael's Mount), whilst Fowey (further east) is a gorgeous town at the mouth of the River Fowey, which hosts a regatta every August.
  • But for some, the only place to stay on Cornwall's South Coast is St Mawes. An unspoilt village with two beaches to choose from, an ancient castle to explore and several chic hotels.

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The Best Places to Stay in Cornwall

For the South Coast

The south coast boasts sparkling seas, hidden coves, tropical gardens, working ports, charming harbour towns plus some of the best places to stay in Cornwall. Many rooms are booked up early in the summer tourist season so planning ahead is definitely advisable, but it's always worth trying for something more last minute.

Smart Sophistication on Cornwall's South Coast

  • The Driftwood Hotel near Portscatho feels as much Côte d'Azur as Cornwall with its light, airy, cleanly stylish but very comfortable interiors. There is a semi-private beach at the foot of the garden, decked terraces overlooking the dreamy view and a romantic cabin halfway down the cliff.

  • A similarly smart spot on the south coast overlooking St Mawes Bay is the Hotel Tresanton, all natural materials, well chosen colours and quiet sophistication. They have a screening room (some might call it a cinema) and a private yacht.

  • Designed for indulgent spa retreats, St Michael's Hotel is fully focused on providing a comfortable stay. Featuring deluxe rooms, a state of the art spa and gym facility, as well as an excellent restaurant, this hotel has all the components for a superb stay on the south coast.

  • The Alverton is a sprawling pile of a house set in a secluded spot within Truro. Beautifully restored throughout the rooms perfectly mix the old and the new. Expect Farrow and Ball painted walls, chic contemporary furniture and plenty of charm coming from the original features. The restaurant is noteworthy too.

More South Cornish Coast Hotels with WOW factor

  • Outstanding views of the sea come as standard in all of our best places to stay in Cornwall's south coast and the Old Quay House in Fowey with its estuary views make it perfect for boat watching. The outside spaces are excellent and the rooms are simply decorated but very comfortable.

  • Westcroft Guesthouse is a stunning boutique B&B on Cornwall's "forgotten" coast. Situated in the charming village of Kingsand its four individually designed suites offer superb attention to detail and all the service that you'd expect from a top notch hotel. Perfect for romance and total relaxation.

  • The homely Arts and Crafts style Trevalsa Court Hotel on a dramatic cliff top near Mevagissey has an oak-panelled dining room and a private cove below.

  • Set in a stunning house that dates back to 1705, Tredudwell Manor is a sumptuous B&B in Cornwall. Steeped in history and charm, the rooms are elegant and you can enjoy your breakfast in the manor's atmospheric dining room. A Cornish gem.

Laid-back (with a Lovely Fire)

  • Along the coast at Mousehole is The Old Coastguard with its pleasing mix of palm trees and open fires. The emphasis is on fun in the huge bar, the restaurant and in the big garden leading to the sea. Everything is pretty laid back - a vibe that is almost unanimous amongst our favourite hotels in Cornwall.

For the West Coast

Moving round to the West Coast and the best places to stay in Cornwall just keep coming.

  • The Blue Hayes in buzzy St Ives has five bedrooms and a white balustraded terrace overlooking the harbour. A quiet oasis near the popular Porthminster Beach Cafe.

  • The Gurnard's Head Hotel in Zennor is an informal coastal gastropub full of character. Rooms are simple and tasteful with comfortable beds and all en-suite although the bathrooms have mostly showers not baths.

  • Overlooking one of Cornwall's most beautiful bays, the Carbis Bay Hotel is a superb place to stay. The well designed rooms are crisp and accentuate the hotel's magnificent views. Spend a day at the beach and return to the hotel's restaurant to enjoy some delicious locally caught seafood.

  • Georgian Glamour meets individually designed guest rooms in Penventon Park Hotel. You'll find elegant interiors which perfectly complement original features, the atmospheric bar and restaurant serve European classic dishes and there's a leisure club with a good sized pool and range of treatments

Cornwall's North Coast

The north coast has become a bit of a cliché in recent years. Teenagers going wild in Newquay...West London moving en masse to Rock and Padstow for August...etc, etc. However, if you look hard enough, you can find some charming properties which manage to avoid all that and offer unpretentious, quality accommodation to suit tastes and budgets across the board.

Family-Friendly Luxury

  • The wilder North coast of Cornwall is where the surf beaches are, and the popular holiday spot of Rock, home to the St Enodoc Hotel. It pulls off being both stylish and child friendly which has endeared it to the well-heeled families who flock to this part of Cornwall for beach holidays every year. A buzzy family paradise.

  • The Old Custom House is perched on Padstow's charming quayside, this award-winning restaurant with rooms is the perfect spot for a Cornish getaway. Stylish, intimate and in the midst of the lively harbour, come for locally sourced food, and ensuite rooms with nautical furnishings and some with gorgeous roll top baths. Families can rent out the self-catered converted barn which sleeps upto five.

North Cornwall Coast, No Kids

  • For those who would rather holiday without children, The Scarlet is purpose-built, eco-friendly and has lovely views of Mawgan Porth Beach through the many floor to ceiling windows. There is an infinity pool an Ayuverdic spa, some seriously cool outdoor hot tubs and a no children policy.

  • For something altogether less chi-chi on the North coast, The Old Rectory at Boscastle, where Thomas Hardy met his wife, is a cosy, welcoming B & B. Much of the produce for the breakfasts comes from the garden.

Inland Cornwall

  • At Penventon Park Hotel in the old mining town of Redruth, you'll find a Georgian Manor house which has been given a glamourous makeover. Plus there's an atmospheric bar, restaurant and leisure centre with indoor pool.
  • The Alverton is a smart base in Truro. This charming grade two listed building boasts lovely rooms and a restaurant with 2 AA Rosettes.
  • Botelet is a charming off-the-beaten track farmhouse B+B offering self catering cottages and yurts in a stunning location. Beautifully renovated interiors keep all the old world charm whilst providing top notch comfort. A great escape. 

Prefer a holiday cottage or apartment?

  • Cornwall is awash with holiday accommodation for those who want to self cater from basic apartments, to top of the range large houses. We'd recommend you visit our online partner, booking.com for a full range.

Travel information

  • Fly to either Cornwall Airport Newquay which has connections to various UK airports or the larger international Exeter Airport located 71 miles from Newquay. High speed train services run frequently from London Paddington station to Penzance.
  • Best time to visit - Cornwall during the summer (June to August) is at its most pleasant when temperatures average between 17°C - 21°C but this will also be when it is at its most crowded so for warm nights by the fire and blustery coastal walks pick one of the winter months.
  • If you plan to hire a car, we recommend you visit our online partner Rentalcars for the best prices.

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Best Hotels in Cornwall

  • Westcroft Guesthouse Torpoint, Cornwall 4 rooms from €150

    Great walks  -  Rame Head is an hour's coastal walk away. Westcroft is right on the south west coast path.
    Four poster beds  -  One of the rooms has a pretty four poster and comes with a large sitting room.
    Surfing  -  You can surf on the beach outside the property.
    Views  -  You can almost touch the sea from the window.

    A stone's throw from the sea, Westcroft Guesthouse is a little hidden gem on Cornwall's South coast. You can expect four poster suites, coffee or tea delivered to your room and a delicious, locally sourced breakfast. Ideal for a romantic getaway or take over the whole house for a self-catering week. See More

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  • Gurnard's Head Hotel Zennor, Cornwall 7 rooms from €156

    Restaurant  -  Excellent locally sourced food - the pub is consistently recognised for its high standards by the Cornish Tourist Board.
    Great walks  -  Take part in the interesting and informative foraging walks with Caroline Arkley.
    Surfing  -  Sennen Cove is the best known beach in the area, and very popular with surfers.
    Views  -  Sweeping coastal views
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays

    A charming Cornish Inn surrounded by breathtaking countryside. A magnet for walkers, the traditional rooms are designed to afford every comfort to these weary travelers. An informal coastal gastropub serves up the best local ingredients, cooked to perfection. Simple, characterful and homely. See More

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  • The Old Coastguard, Mousehole West Cornwall 14 rooms from €179

    Views  -  To St Michael's Mount and the Lizard
    Garden  -  Tropical garden down to the sea
    Quirky  -  No TVs - and an eclectic mix of furniture
    Outstanding location

    Fun, laid back hotel with good food and spectacular views out to sea. Rough edges, simple rooms, very hospitable. See More

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  • Blue Hayes St Ives (West Cornwall) 6 rooms from €184

    Exclusive offer
    Hideaway  -  A real gem that is almost impossible to leave, with friendly and welcoming staff, cosy rooms, great views and spectacular food.
    Sights nearby  -  Tate St Ives Modern art museum is a brisk 20 minute walk away.
    Great walks  -  Walk from St Ives around the stunning rugged coast to Zennor.
    Restrictions on children  -  No children under the age of 10
    Recommended by  -  Frommers, Sawdays

    Glamourous and discreet six room boutique hotel in buzzy St Ives. A tranquil spot with sweeping views. Large airy rooms and suites with neutral tones and splashes or pastel colours. Informal dining based on Cornish produce. Excellent and personal service. Perfectly achieved laid back luxury. See More

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  • Hotel Tresanton St Mawes, Cornwall 30 rooms from €300

    Exclusive offer  -  Special offer
    Great walks  -  One of the most picturesque parts of the British Isles with miles of coastal trails and paths to explore.
    Sights nearby  -  Stunning three mile walk past St Mawes Castle - built by Henry VIII.
    Kids Club  -  Summer months only
    Full of character
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Frommers, Kiwi Collection, I Escape

    Stylish, laid back coastal hotel resting over St Mawes with views of the great blue. Marine inspired rooms are cosy, comfortable and plush. Seafood and local produce make up the innovative menu. Ideal for a romantic weekend, a family getaway and adventure enthusiasts with sailing, walks and more. See More

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  • Pencubitt House Liskeard (South Cornwall) 9 rooms from €69

    Country Escape  -  Boasting a secluded spot on the outskirts of Liskeard with access to glorious Cornwall countryside.
    Great walks  -  Embark on long walks through the picturesque countryside starting straight from the property.
    Sights nearby  -  View the intruiging Hurlers, a group of prehistoric stone monuments.
    Sailing  -  Take a boat through the atmospheric underground Carnglaze Caverns.

    An impressive country house set in manicured gardens on the outskirts of the Cornish market town of Liskead. Traditionally dressed rooms feature soft hues, dark antique furniture and large windows boasting glorious views. A relaxing spot from which to explore the region. See More

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  • The Queens Hotel St Ives (West Cornwall) 10 rooms from €69

    Great walks  -  The surrounding coastline is full of wonderful walking routes.
    Surfing  -  The coastline near St. Ives full of great surf spots.
    Local markets  -  Browse St. Ives's fruitful farmers market.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.

    In the heart of St. Ives, The Queens Hotel is an excellent establishment. Featuring smart rooms, an atmospheric bar and great food served in the restaurant. It's the perfect launchpad for exploring the charms of Cornwall's former artist colony. See More

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  • West by Five St Ives (West Cornwall) 4 rooms from €69

    Country Escape  -  Tranquil seaside town of St Ives, yet with plenty of sites on the doorstep. Fresh seafood, surfing, walks and pubs of Cornwall
    Great walks  -  Porthminster Beach, up on to the coastal path to Carbis Bay or Lelant
    Sights nearby  -  The harbour of St Ives
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.

    A contemporary chic guesthouse on the Cornish coast. Stylish beach themed rooms have large bathrooms and stunning sea views. Fabulous hearty breakfasts in a lovely breakfast room. Walking distance to restaurants, the beach, harbour and museums. A great choice for a weekend by the sea. See More

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  • Merchants Manor Falmouth (South Cornwall) 39 rooms from €73

    Sights nearby  -  Go visit Pendennis Castle, St Mawes Castle or Trebah Gardens
    Great walks  -  Head off for long, romantic walks along the coast at sunset
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Spa

    Located in the heart of Falmouth, Merchants Manor is just a short stroll from the beach. Boasts smartly decorated rooms featuring plenty of blues and whites. Award-winning cuisine served up in the restaurant, with an emphasis on local ingredients. Unwind with a spot of yoga. A classy coastal stay. See More

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  • The Chainlocker Falmouth (South Cornwall) 6 rooms from €75

    Coastal  -  Unrivalled waterside views of Falmouth quay and the spectacular beauty of Carrick Roads
    Outdoor dining  -  Expansive outdoor terrace with phenomenal views
    Great walks  -  Stunning coastal walks along the South West Coast Path
    Sailing  -  Falmouth is famous for its port and sailing options

    The Chainlocker combines a prime coastal location with stunning modern interiors in muted tones. The rooms have quirky vintage furnishings and a subtle nautical design. The views across Falmouth from the expansive terrace are second-to-none, as is the seafood in the restaurant and the lively bar. See More

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  • Pedn Olva St Ives (West Cornwall) 30 rooms from €80

    Active Holiday  -  Cornwall offers a host of outdoor activities from watersports to rugged hikes.
    Surfing  -  Head for Porthmeor beach for excellent surf conditions.
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor pool
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.

    A chic cliff top hotel overlooking the pristine white sands of Porthminster beach. White on white throughout, the hotel has a distinctly un-British feel, you could be forgiven for thinking you're somewhere in the Mediterranean. The restaurant is a hotspot for foodies and the town for art lovers. See More

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  • Channings St Ives (West Cornwall) 8 rooms from €81

    Birdwatching  -  The coast around St. Ives is home to abundant birdlife population.
    Fishing  -  Sea fishing trips can be organised from St. Ives harbour.
    Surfing  -  Cornwall has some of the best surf spots in the UK.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.

    Situated in the heart of St. Ives, Channings offers good accommodation at a fair price. Featuring comfortable rooms, some of which offer fabulous sea views, and a good breakfast to start the day. It's a great base for a trip to St. Ives. See More

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  • Hebasca Bude (North Cornwall) 23 rooms from €86

    Fishing  -  Sea fishing trips can be organised at Bude harbour.
    Sailing  -  The coast around Bude is a great place for sailing.
    Surfing  -  The nearby coastline is a haven for surfers.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.

    Stylish, modern hotel overlooking the Cornish town of Bude. Enjoy a cocktail overlooking the sea or feast on the offerings at Hebasca's grill restaurant. A good low-cost option. See More

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  • Artist Residence Cornwall 23 rooms from €86

    Active Holiday  -  Don your wetsuit and hit the waves, followed by a blustery coastal walk, bike ride and back for a hearty nights sleep
    Foodies  -  Nearby cookery schools offer foraging courses, and the town is peppered with lovely organic meat and produce shops
    Sights nearby  -  Fairytale island castle of St Michael’s Mount
    Surfing  -  At Sennen Cove where everything can be hired
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Sawdays

    Eclectic hotel whose unique rooms have mural works by local artists, flat screen TVs; en-suites have free standing tubs and eco-friendly products. Breakfast room-come-gallery has recycled furniture and plenty of art. Walking distance to buzzy cafes and pubs. Chic, colourful and authentic. See More

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  • Jubilee Inn Looe, Cornwall 11 rooms from €86

    Sights nearby  -  Lanhydrock and Cotehele national trust properties are just a short distance away
    Great walks  -  A visit to the magnificent Eden Project gardens is a must!
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.

    Jubilee Inn is located in the quaint village of Pelynt, Cornwall. This charming 16th century property offers unfussy accommodation boasting flat-screen TVs as well as a mini-fridge, whilst some rooms even feature four-poster beds. Enjoy a full Cornish breakfast each morning! A lovely little retreat. See More

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  • 3 Porthminster St Ives (West Cornwall) 4 rooms from €86

    Local exploring  -  3 Porthminster is a fantastic base from which to get to kow St Ives, one of Cornwall's most famous spots
    Sights nearby  -  Be sure to go visit St Michael's Mount as well as Land's End!
    Great walks  -  Wander along the coast revelling in its natural beauty
    Surfing  -  Head out to sea and spend an afternoon surfing

    3 Porthminster is situated in the town of St Ives, just a short distance from the beach. This property offers four boutique rooms decorated with plenty of light hues (whites, blues and yellows) mimicking the coastal surroundings. Enjoy a splendid breakfast each morning! An intimate coastal retreat. See More

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  • The Plume of Feathers Newquay, Cornwall 8 rooms from €92

    Great walks  -  The surrounding countryside and coastline is full of great walking routes.
    Surfing  -  The Cornish coastline is peppered with great surf spots.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the stunning nearby Truro Cathedral.

    Tucked into the charming Cornish village of Mitchell, The Plume of Feathers is delightful. Set in an historic Coaching House, guests can enjoy spacious, comfortable rooms and delicious locally-sourced food in the popular restaurant. See More

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  • Fistral Beach Hotel Newquay (North Cornwall) 71 rooms from €92

    Surfing  -  Some of Cornwall's finest surfing spots are just a short drive away.
    Great walks  -  The surrounding coastline is full of stunning walking trails.
    Birdwatching  -  The Cornish coastline is a hotspot for seabirds.
    Sailing  -  Launch your boat from Newquay and set sail.

    Wonderful views and a relaxing atmosphere abound at this coastal charmer. Delightful rooms, a superb spa and an excellent restaurant are just a few reasons to visit Fistral Beach Hotel. See More

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  • Storm in a Teacup St Ives (West Cornwall) 6 rooms from €92

    Surfing  -  The surrounding coastline is great for surfing.
    Local markets  -  Ten minutes walk from Guildhall Market.
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.

    Just a short walk from the beach, Storm in a Teacup is a charming, boutique B&B in St. Ives. The rooms are stylishly decorated with modern furniture and pop art that give the place a chic feel. Great launchpad to explore the surrounding Cornish coast. See More

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  • Venton Vean Penzance (West Cornwall) 6 rooms from €95

    Local exploring  -  A great base for exploring Penzance and the surrounding coastline.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the nearby Godolphin House, a place steeped in mystery and legend.
    Great walks  -  Take a climb up to St Michael's Mount and enjoy the view.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays

    A short walk from the centre of Penzance, Venton Vean is a charming boutique B&B. Featuring smart rooms and delicious breakfasts, it's a great base for exploring and enjoying Penzance and the surrounding coastline. See More

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  • Tommy Jacks Beach Hotel Bude (North Cornwall) 20 rooms from €97

    Surfing  -  Suitable beaches nearby.
    Quirky  -  Amazon basin, Mangrove and rockpool aquarium tanks.
    Great walks  -  Perfect for exploring the Cornish coast.
    Full of character

    One of Cornwall's newest hotels offers modern, fashionable rooms in a relaxed, surfer-inspired beach environment. Rooms available to suit couples and families. Hotel restaurant offers locally caught seafood and other hearty fare. Ideal for beach-loving people who fancy something a bit different. See More

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  • The Cornwall Hotel Spa & Estate St Austell, Cornwall 65 rooms from €98

    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor Pool
    Four poster beds  -  For romantics.
    Spa
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.

    Traditional meets woodland contemporary at The Cornwall Hotel Spa & Estate. Large bedrooms are tastefully designed and the spa is top notch. If you prefer to self-cater they can offer 5 star Woodland Homes with all the hotel benefits. See More

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  • The Old Rectory, Cornwall Boscastle, Cornwall 4 rooms from €98

    Eco break  -  Dedicated to sustainablity- where possible produce comes from the gardens and farm and power comes from their solar panels.
    Country Escape  -  A stunning Cornish country house with chickens roaming the garden and fantastic walks from the property.
    Great walks  -  Grab a packed lunch from the hotel and set out to explore the rugged coastal landscape just five minutes away.
    Surfing  -  The nearest surf beach is Crackington Haven, a ten minute drive away.
    Recommended by  -  Fodors, Good Hotel Guide

    Where Thomas Hardy met his wife, now a welcoming B&B. Secluded, tranquil and romantic- the traditional rooms feature, large sash windows and delicately patterned curtains. Lovely walks and a charming walled veggie garden. Beautifully cooked cornish food. Ideal for a typically British country stay. See More

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  • The Old Parsonage Mevagissey, Cornwall 5 rooms from €98

    Local exploring  -  A charming B&B located in a quaint Cornish fishing village. The ideal place to explore the region from.
    Great walks  -  For a real-life ‘Secret Garden’ experience head to the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
    Restrictions on children  -  Adult only unless the whole house is booked for one group
    Full of character

    A delightful B&B set in a quaint fishing village. Five individually styled rooms feature patterned wallpaper, plush headboards and parquet flooring. Daily changing breakfasts are utterly indulgent and the hosts are ever welcoming. See More

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  • Chelsea House Falmouth (South Cornwall) 9 rooms from €101

    Local exploring  -  From culture to watersports there is plenty to do in Falmouth
    Great walks  -  Take long walks along the picturesque coastal path
    Restrictions on children  -  Children over 12 are welcomed

    A charming family-run B&B overlooking Falmouth Bay. Bright contemporary rooms are all named (and themed) after famous musicians. Original features remain with bay windows and wooden floors but the art is contemporary and colour palette unfussy. A chic base to explore this corner of Cornwall from. See More

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  • The Godolphin Arms West Cornwall 10 rooms from €104

    Bar  -  Beachside bar
    Seaviews  -  From some rooms.
    On the beach  -  In front of the hotel.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.

    Recently renovated, family run beachside hotel on the unspoilt Cornish coast with beautiful views and modern, well-equipped rooms. The restaurant and bar offer local Cornish dishes and a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Suited for families and couples alike due to excellence of staff and location. See More

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  • Mazey Cottage West Cornwall 2 rooms from €104

    Sights nearby  -  Visit National Trust spots such as Godolphin House and Glendurgan Garden.
    Great walks  -  The Lizard area is full of superb walking routes.
    Full of character
    Secluded setting  -  For escaping.

    Overlooking ancient Cornish oak woodland, Mazey Cottage is a charming B&B. Featuring comfortable rooms and lovely garden, it's a great place to relax. It also has a self-catering cottage that's perfect for those looking for some additional privacy. See More

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  • Hay Barton South Cornwall 4 rooms from €104

    Great walks  -  The surrounding landscape is full of beautiful walking routes with Place to St Anthony being particularly stunning.
    Sights nearby  -  Take a day trip to St. Mawes, a place with a hint of the Mediterranean.
    Full of character
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays

    Charming hosts and a delightful setting makes Hay Barton a wonderful place to stay. Full of character and charm, the individually decorated rooms feature elegant furnishings and tasteful artworks. The perfect place for those who enjoy a game of tennis or a lovely walk. See More

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  • Churchtown Farmhouse Padstow (North Cornwall) 3 rooms from €104

    Sailing  -  Padstow is the perfect launching place for sailors of all standards.
    Great walks  -  The surrounding countryside is full of wonderful walking trails.

    Charming B&B in the Cornish countryside near Padstow. Comprising three delightful rooms and a wonderful garden, Churchtown Farmhouse is full of quaint character. Interiors are bright and spacious with a classic yet contemporary feel. A great launchpad for exploring the Heritage Coast around Padstow. See More

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  • The Old Pilchard Works Mousehole (West Cornwall) 2 rooms from €104

    Great walks  -  Climb up St Michael's Mount and enjoy the view out over Cornwall.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays

    Charming and intimate, The Old Pilchard Works is a great place to stay if your visiting Mousehole. With smart, elegant rooms and private patios on which to enjoy the Cornish sun, it's an excellent spot for those looking to explore the most southerly parts of Cornwall. See More

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  • Nearwater St Mawes (South Cornwall) 3 rooms from €104

    Value chic  -  Doubles from only £90 per night
    Surfing  -  Surfing at many nearby beaches
    Fishing  -  Makerel Fishing nearby
    Sailing  -  Sailing schools nearby
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith

    Luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation in St Mawes, a stone's throw from the beach. Three gorgeous bedrooms with a nautical feel and a cosy lounge area with fireplace. Plus an inviting flower filled garden for sitting out. You can even book a day's sailing with the owner! See More

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  • Port Gaverne Port Isaac, Cornwall 15 rooms from €104

    Surfing  -  The surrounding coastline is full of great surf spots.
    Sailing  -  Great calling point for a sailing trip in Cornwall.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the nearby Tintagel Castle.

    At Port Gaverne you really get a sense of the sea. From the delicious seafood packed menu to the charming fish wallpapers that adorn the bedrooms, you are never too far from the coast in more ways than one. See More

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  • Talland Bay Hotel Cornwall from €109

    Back to Nature  -  Views of the sea and the coastal path just 2 minute walk away keeps you in touch with nature
    Great walks  -  Miles of coastal paths can be explored right from the Talland Bay Hotel doorstep
    Sights nearby  -  The Eden Project which is just 40 minutes easy driving from the hotel
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays, Good Hotel Guide

    Glorious hotel set in 2 acres of sub tropical gardens just two minutes from the beach. Stunning interiors feature sleigh beds, funky fabrics and bedrooms have a New England Beach House vibe. Award winning fine dining or more relaxed Brasserie. Perfect family friendly beach-chic retreat! See More

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  • Tredudwell Manor South Cornwall 8 rooms from €109

    Birdwatching  -  The Polperro Heritage coastline is home to an abundant bird population.
    Great walks  -  The surrounding countryside is full of beautiful walking routes.
    Sights nearby  -  Thirty minutes drive from the Eden Project.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays

    Set in a stunning house that dates back to 1705, Tredudwell Manor is a sumptuous B&B in Cornwall. Steeped in history and charm, the rooms are elegant and you can enjoy your breakfast in the manor's atmospheric dining room. A Cornish gem. See More

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  • Pendragon Country House Camelford, Cornwall 7 rooms from €109

    Birdwatching  -  This area of Cornwall offers some of the most exciting birding in the UK during migration, particularly in the autumn.
    Great walks  -  The perfect base for walking sections of the Coastal Path or moorland area.
    Views  -  Beautiful views of the North Cornwall countryside
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide

    A lovely B&B located in the stunning North Cornwall countryside, only 6 miles from the sea. Relax in the cosy sitting room and enjoy a board game or good book in front of a roaring open fire. Bedrooms feature antique furnishings and luxuriously comfortable mattresses for the perfect night's sleep. See More

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  • Ednovean Farm Cornwall 3 rooms from €109

    Sights nearby  -  Trewidden, Trengwaiton, Godolphin House are just a short drive away
    Great walks  -  Along the Prussia coast
    Sailing  -  Boat trips depart daily
    Restrictions on children  -  Over sixteens only
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays

    The beach is but a short stroll from this coastal haven. Each of the three rooms are decorated in a French country style. The B&B's small capacity allows for an intimate, romantic atmosphere (and it's adults only). No lunch or dinner but award winning restaurants are close by. See More

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  • Camilla House Penzance (West Cornwall) 8 rooms from €112

    Local exploring  -  An award winning B&B ideally located to explore West Cornwall.
    Sights nearby  -  Discover the contemporary art instillations dotted throughout the Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens.
    Great walks  -  Cornwall's coastal path offers miles of breathtakingly beautiful walks.
    Views  -  Fabulous sea views

    An elegant Georgian town house boasting an enviable coastal positioning in the buzzy town of Penzance. A recent refurbishment has given the rooms a contemporary facelift with soft hues, simple modern furniture and luxurious bathrooms. The breakfasts are award winning and sea views spectacular. See More

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  • Wadebridge B&B Wadebridge (North Cornwall) 3 rooms from €115

    Local exploring  -  Ideally located to explore the villages, towns, coast and countryside of northern Cornwall.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit Tintagel Castle, one of Cornwall's most iconic Heritage sites.
    Surfing  -  Head to Polzeath for its golden beach and renowned surf.
    Great walks  -  Take long walks along the scenic coastline.

    A small contemporary B&B set in the vibrant market town of Wadebridge. A handful of cleanly designed rooms are blissfully comfortable with sink-into beds, Egyptian cotton sheets and underfloor heating. Indulgent breakfasts are served and the welcome is warm. See More

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  • St Michael's Hotel Falmouth (South Cornwall) 32 rooms from €115

    Local exploring  -  Explore Falmouth's charm and the beautiful surrounding countryside.
    Sailing  -  The surrounding coastline is perfect for sailing holidays.
    Great walks  -  Superb walking trails along the surrounding coastline.
    Birdwatching  -  The surrounding coastline is a haven for birdlife.

    Designed for indulgent spa retreats, St Michael's Hotel is fully focused on providing a comfortable stay. Featuring deluxe rooms, a state of the art spa and gym facility, as well as an excellent restaurant, this hotel has all the components for a superb stay on the south coast. See More

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  • The Grange St Austell (South Cornwall) 5 rooms from €100

    Back to Nature  -  The region of Cornwall boasts some excellent hiking, with trails passing around the region's dramatic coastline
    Beach Life  -  Embrace the windswept sand dunes of Cornwall for a truly refreshing seaside break
    Active Holiday  -  With the seaside nearby and a local golf course a short drive away
    Sights nearby  -  Check out the ruined castles and also the abandoned copper mines that dot the coastline

    The unassuming Grange B&B offers 5 neat double rooms with modern decor. Guests are welcome to use the sitting room, spacious garden and terrace. Breakfast here is served daily in the dining room. In close proximity to a golf course and with bicycles to rent. Low key relaxation, ideal for couples. See More

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  • Botelet Liskeard (South Cornwall) 4 rooms from €115

    Country Escape  -  A converted family farm in a beautiful corner of the UK- drink in the pure air, explore the farm and walk the wooded valley.
    Total relaxation  -  You're sure to sleep well after long walks, therapeutic massages in the treatment room, and toasting evenings by the fire.
    Surfing  -  Surf on Polzeath beach 45 mins from the hotel. Equipment and lessons are available on the beach
    Great walks  -  Wander across the fields at Botelet and explore the woodlands in a beautiful circular walk.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays

    Charming off-the-beaten track farmhouse B+B. Self catering cottages and yurts in a stunning location. Beautifully renovated interiors keep all the old world charm whilst providing top notch comfort. Cosy yurts give a wild camping feel. Indulgent breakfasts are offered. A great escape. See More

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  • Ennys St Hilary, Cornwall 4 rooms from €121

    Surfing  -  Surf lessons available via Globalboarders
    Yoga  -  Group classes and yoga weekends
    Garden  -  Beautiful landscaped garden
    Kayaking  -  kayaking, creek canoeing, wild swimming, stand-up paddleboarding available
    Recommended by  -  Frommers

    Historic Georgian estate providing a gateway to local activities and a fine B&B as a base. See More

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  • The Old Parsonage Boscastle (North Cornwall) 4 rooms from €121

    Surfing  -  There are surf spots dotted all along the nearby Cornish coastline.
    Great walks  -  The surrounding coastline is full of wonderful walking trails.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the nearby Tintagel Castle.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays

    A charming family-run B&B in the coastal village of Boscastle. Surrounded by stunning coastal landscape, the Georgian guest house features comfortable rooms and delicious breakfasts. See More

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  • The Alverton Truro (South Cornwall) 50 rooms from €123

    Local exploring  -  Truro is on your doorstep and the rugged landscapes and sights of Cornwall within easy reach.
    Great walks  -  Take walks along the scenic coast of Roseland Peninsula.
    Full of character
    Secluded setting  -  For escaping.

    A sprawling pile of a house set in a secluded spot within Truro. Beautifully restored throughout the rooms perfectly mix the old and the new. Expect Farrow and Ball painted walls, chic contemporary furniture and plenty of charm coming from the original features. The restaurant is noteworthy too. See More

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  • Penventon Park Hotel Redruth (West Cornwall) 63 rooms from €126

    Local exploring  -  Well placed for exploring all of Cornwall's best bits whether you're here for the coast or inland scenery
    Value chic  -  With standard rooms from only £109 including breakfast, Penventon is excellent value for money.
    Great walks  -  The Cornish countryside is full of great walking opportunites
    Swimming Pool  -  Good sized heated indoor pool

    Georgian Glamour meets individually designed guest rooms in the Cornish mining town of Redruth. You'll find elegant interiors which perfectly complement original features, the atmospheric bar & restaurant serving European classic dishes and a leisure club with good sized pool and range of treatments See More

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  • The Slipway Port Isaac, Cornwall 7 rooms from €127

    Local exploring  -  A charming Cornish inn well placed for accessing coastal walks, popular beaches, and historic towns
    Surfing  -  Head to Polzeath surf beach to hit the waves (lessons are available too)
    Sights nearby  -  Make a trip to the nearby Tintagel Castle linked to King Arthur folklore
    Great walks  -  Take long walks along the picturesque coastal path

    A charming Cornish inn set in the quaint coastal village of Port Isaac. Bright rooms have had a contemporary overhaul and feature whitewashed walls, crisp white linen and bursts of colour coming from the soft furnishings. Dining is an indulgent affair with a good selection of pub classics. See More

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  • Creed House Grampound, Cornwall 2 rooms from €127

    Sights nearby  -  Take a day trip to Truro and visit the magnificent cathedral.
    Great walks  -  Enjoy lovely walks through the house's beautiful gardens.
    Surfing  -  The surrounding Cornish coast is great for surfing.
    Full of character
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays

    Full of character and charm, Creed House is a lovely 18th Century rectory turned B&B near Truro. There are just two excellent rooms furnished with antiques and fine art, a beautiful garden and attentive hosts all of which combine to create a delightful B&B experience. See More

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  • The Old Custom House Padstow (North Cornwall) 23 rooms from €127

    Local exploring  -  Close proximity to Padstow's medieval harbour famous for fishing and excellent craft shops and a small independent cinema
    Seaviews  -  Views from the rooms to the harbour are second to none with the bustle of local fishing boats
    Restaurant  -  Hearty pub classics and award winning ales. They also blend their own coffee on site.
    Sights nearby  -  There is a charming town centre, ferries to other parts of the Cornwall coast and Rick Stein's famous fish restaurant

    Perched on Padstow's charming quayside, this award-winning restaurant with rooms is the perfect spot for a Cornish getaway. Stylish, intimate and in the midst of the lively harbour, come for locally sourced food, and ensuite rooms with nautical furnishings and some with gorgeous roll top baths. See More

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  • Bangors Organic B&B Bude (North Cornwall) 2 rooms from €133

    Surfing  -  Cornwall is home to some of the finest surfing spots in the UK.
    Great walks  -  There are a network of nearby coastal walking trails.
    Sailing  -  The Cornish coast is a great place for sailing.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit nearby Tintagel Castle.

    Having won awards and countless fans, Bangors Organic B&B is a charming family-run establishment. Sustainable living is the name of the game here. With a superb organic restaurant, delightful rooms and within a short drive of the Cornish coast and stunning walking trails. See More

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  • Caroe Farmhouse Camelford, Cornwall 4 rooms from €133

    Country Escape  -  A very comfortable farmhouse in a glorious part of Cornwall offering numerous country pursuits.
    Great walks  -  Explore the extensive and beautiful coastal paths starting from the property.
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.

    A pristine farmhouse in a scenic Cornish spot offering four immaculate rooms. Expect bright rooms decorated with soft hues and simple white furniture. Gorgeous homemade breakfasts are served using superb local produce and there's an endless array of activities to enjoy in the region. See More

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  • The Sandy Duck Falmouth (South Cornwall) 7 rooms from €137

    Local exploring  -  With as easy access to buzzy Falmouth as to the beautiful countryside of Cornwall.
    Sailing  -  Explore the coastline on a sailing trip and search for dolphins, seals or basking sharks.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the imposing Pendennis Castle, built by Henry VIII.
    Great walks  -  Get out of the town and discover Cornwall's coastline.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape

    A chic boutique B&B boasting spectacular sea views. Immaculately styled throughout with white washed walls, crisp white linen and carefully placed artefacts. The best room features a large free standing bath. Well positioned to access the beaches as well as Falmouth's many attractions. See More

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  • Trewornan Manor Wadebridge (North Cornwall) 4 rooms from €138

    Sights nearby  -  Cornwall's spectacular Eden Project is an absolute must-visit!
    Restrictions on children
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.

    Trewornan Manor is located in the Cornish countryside just outside Wadebridge. This 13th century Manor House boasts 4 smart boutique rooms with modern bathrooms. Spend your days strolling around their 25 acres of gardens before coming back to sit by the roaring fire. A lovely weekend break. See More

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  • Polurrian on The Lizard West Cornwall 39 rooms from €138

    Child friendly  -  Polurrian Bay Hotel has an Ofsted-registered crèche and there are indoor and outdoor play areas.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Families
    Kayaking  -  Go on a kayaking or coasteering trip with Lizard Adventure.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, I Escape

    Family friendly hotel in an incredible setting with a fabulous sandy beach a stone's throw away. Breathtaking sea views can be enjoyed from the comfort of lovely, airy, bright bedrooms. Indoor and outdoor pools, a spa and gym combined with the sea air means you can't help but feel rejuvenated. See More

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  • St Moritz Trebetherick, Cornwall 48 rooms from €138

    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Families
    Surfing  -  Suitable beaches nearby.
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor and Indoor Pools

    An airy, stylish and family friendly seaside hotel near great surfing and walking. Offers a Cowshed spa, two pools and good deals off season. See More

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  • Trerose Manor Nr Falmouth, Cornwall 3 rooms from €144

    Great walks  -  The surrounding area is full of fantastic walks.
    Sights nearby  -  Take a trip to Glendurgan and Trebah Gardens.
    Full of character
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays

    Set amidst beautiful gardens Trerose Manor exudes charm and character. The tasteful rooms are comfortable and traditional in style. Hearty breakfasts are served in the manor's homely kitchen or outside in summer. Just a few minutes walk from the sea, it's a superb place for a relaxing weekend away. See More

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  • The Beach at Bude Bude (North Cornwall) 16 rooms from €144

    Surfing  -  Surfing on the beach with plenty of room to store surfboards
    Views  -  Overlooks a beach on the Heritage Coast.
    Restrictions on children  -  No children under 12
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays

    Revamped B&B, now a boutique bolthole by the sea, overlooking the beach. Spacious airy rooms, a business centre and sun terrace keep all ages happy. See More

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  • Rose in Vale St Agnes (North Cornwall) 22 rooms from €145

    Sights nearby  -  Explore the regions historic tin mining heritage that has shaped the region since pre-Roman times.
    Great walks  -  The St. Agnes coastline is full of wonderful walking routes.
    Surfing  -  Cornwall's surfing spots attract people from far and wide.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.

    Glorious Georgian retreat just a few miles from the stunning St. Agnes coastline. Boasting charming rooms, a superb restaurant and grand outdoor pool that's perfect for cooling off in the summer heat, Rose in Vale is a great option for trip to Cornwall. See More

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  • Havener's Fowey, Cornwall 6 rooms from €150

    Foodies  -  Feast on refined pub grub in a restaurant with fabulous sea views.
    Sailing  -  Take in the sights of the Fowey Estuary and Polruan on a boat trip from Town Quay.
    Great walks  -  Take a subtropical journey through the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel

    A boutique restaurant with rooms situated in the trendy town of Fowey. Rustic chic (nautically inspired) rooms are light and airy with soft greys and blues. The restaurant is worthy of a trip alone with superlative British cuisine served up comprising heavily of Cornish produce. See More

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  • Lower Barns St Austell (South Cornwall) 6 rooms from €150

    Local exploring  -  In the heart of rugged Cornish countryside, it's a great launchpad for exploring the area around St. Austell.
    Private Hot Tub  -  Two of the rooms have their own private hot tub and secluded garden. One even has a woodburner.
    Sights nearby  -  Six miles from the amazing Eden project, it boasts an enormous indoor rainforest.
    Great walks  -  The surrounding countryside has a whole host of lovely walking routes.

    Delightful boutique B&B nestled amidst rolling Cornish countryside outside St. Austell. Six individually designed rooms featuring bright colours inspired by the owners' travels, two with private hot tub. Gorgeous mature gardens and table d'hote style dinners. Perfect for a romantic hideaway. See More

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  • Trevigue Bude (North Cornwall) 4 rooms from €150

    Country Escape  -  Expect roaring fires, boardgames, fabulous walking country and homemade food.
    Great walks  -  Hop on the scenic South West footpath and walk for miles.
    Fishing  -  Try your hand fly fishing at the Tavistok trout fishery.
    Restrictions on children  -  Children older than 7 are welcomed

    An idyllic farmhouse packed full of history and charm, overlooking the coast in a glorious part of rural Cornwall. Chic, renovated rooms perfectly mix traditional and contemporary styles with neutral tones, exposed beams and wooden floors. A delightful respite after a day exploring the region. See More

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  • Treverbyn House Padstow, Cornwall 3 rooms from €156

    Surfing  -  Cornwall has the best surf beaches in the country. Harlyn Surf School caters for beginners and improvers.
    Local markets  -  Padstow Harbour, a traditional fishing town, is worth a wander.
    Sailing  -  Daily boat trips run from Padstow to Rock.
    Full of character

    Under the same ownership for over 20 years, Treverbyn House is a well oiled machine. With just three rooms, each individually decorated with exposed wood floors, antique furnishings, fireplaces and impressive views. A famous Full English is served. The property is a short walk from Padstow Harbour. See More

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  • St Tudy Inn North Cornwall 4 rooms from €156

    Sights nearby  -  Go visit Tintagel Castle, Restormel Castle or spend a few hours at the spectacular Eden Project
    Great walks  -  Head off on long, invigorating walks around the surrounding countryside

    St Tudy Inn is located in the rural Cornish village of St Tudy. The inn offers chic accommodation in light hues - think plenty of greys and whites. Upmarket pub classics served up that are bound to please! A quiet country getaway, ideal for couples weekend breaks. See More

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  • Trevalsa Court Hotel Mevagissey, Cornwall 15 rooms from €161

    Total relaxation  -  Chill out in your plush room overlooking the bay, take a morning stroll to the beach or sit and watch the fishermen at work.
    Local exploring  -  Ideal spot for exporing the Cornish coast by sea or land, full of hidden treasures and secluded spots.
    Sights nearby  -  Mevagissey Village is just ten minutes down the road and is an ancient fishing village with a Grade 2 listed double harbour.
    Sailing  -  Plenty of boat rentals available, head out with a skilled skipper or charter your own course.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays, Michelin Travel

    Elegance and understated style make up this romantic Arts and Crafts coastal boutique - a home away from home. Standing on the cliffs, the sea breeze makes for a blowy Cornish escape. Comfortable rooms decked with paintings and log fires. Enjoy locally sourced food at the wood paneled restaurant. See More

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  • Lewinnick Lodge Newquay (North Cornwall) 10 rooms from €167

    Sights nearby  -  The Blue Reef Aquarium and Newquay Zoo are a short drive
    Sailing  -  Newquay sailing club for all your nautical needs
    Surfing  -  Newquay surf school is a great place to learn
    Great walks  -  Ask for a map of the many coastal walks

    Wake up to views of the rugged Cornish coastline. Simple yet stylish, modern rooms decorated in light palettes with modern bathroom suites to match. The beach is quite literally on your doorstep. Enjoy dinner and a drink out on the breezy terrace.This hotel is like a breath of fresh sea air. See More

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  • Primrose Valley Hotel St Ives (West Cornwall) 9 rooms from €173

    Surfing  -  The Cornish coast is a haven for surfers. From novice to pro, you'll find a wave for you.
    Sights nearby  -  Land's End is just over ten miles away.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel

    Just off the beach, Primrose Valley Hotel epitomises Cornwall's superb hospitality culture. With views that flow out across the beautiful surroundings and stylishly designed rooms, it's a hotel that makes the best of its surroundings. A coastal gem. See More

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  • Boskerris Hotel St Ives (West Cornwall) 15 rooms from €173

    Views  -  Wide coastal views from most rooms
    Sit-out Terrace  -  Coastal views are beautiful
    Sights nearby  -  Tate St Ives within walking distance
    Romantic  -  A tranquil retreat for couples
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, I Escape, Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays

    A sophisticated seaside hotel, the ideal place to relax and take in the sea air. Light, airy contemporary decor with a Mediterranean feel. Afternoon tea is served on the decked terrace, where you can enjoy spectacular views across St Ives Bay. See More

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  • The Lifeboat Inn St Ives (West Cornwall) 7 rooms from €173

    Beach Life  -  A charming Cornish inn offering cosy accommodation right on the picturesque St Ives coast
    Sights nearby  -  The Tate St Ives gallery is a must visit on any trip
    Surfing  -  Book a lesson in the surf school on Porthmeor Beach
    Great walks  -  Take long walks along the South-West Coastal path

    A boutique inn overlooking the harbour in the quaint town of St Ives. A handful of smart bedrooms (most with coastal views) feature sink-into beds, simple contemporary fabrics, and indulgent bathrooms. The atmospheric pub is the beating heart of this inn and serves superb seafood. See More

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  • Headland House St Ives (West Cornwall) 7 rooms from €179

    Local exploring  -  St Ives is a trendy little town filled with art galleries and cafes. Then there's all the beautiful Cornish countryside.
    Great walks  -  Head out from the property and take scenic walks along Carbis Bay.
    Restrictions on children  -  Children over 14 years old are welcome
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith

    A boutique B&B offering fabulous sea views, cosy accommodation and a friendly welcome. Rooms are individually styled with the right balance of traditional and contemporary design. Fabulous breakfasts are served and there's a well stocked honesty bar for evening tipples. See More

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  • Bedruthan Steps Hotel Mawgan Porth, Cornwall 101 rooms from €183

    Eco break  -  A sustainable and environmentally minded hotel with an extensive responsible tourism pledge, see website for further details.
    Groups  -  This hotel is ideal for an active creative group holiday with workshops, open air theatre and plenty of fun facilities.
    Spa breaks  -  Pamper yourself at the top of the range luxury spa, using all natural products and treatments- heaven!
    Families  -  With family orientated rooms, activities, nursery and kids club its ideal for all the family.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide

    Fantastic spot overlooking the Atlantic Ocean from a family-friendly hotel. Modern interiors throughout with the comfortable rooms capturing the beach views. Herring Restaurant is Cornish throughout using locally sourced ingredients. Relax by one of the two pools, or at the spa. See More

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  • Coswarth House Padstow (North Cornwall) 4 rooms from €183

    Surfing  -  The surrounding coastline is full of great spots for catching some waves.
    Great walks  -  Go for lovely walks along the surrounding coastline.
    Sailing  -  Padstow bay is a great spot for sailing.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.

    Coswarth House is a charming boutique B&B in the fishing town of Padstow. The rooms are elegantly designed, featuring comfortable beds and tasteful furnishings. A great choice for those looking for a peaceful stay in Padstow. See More

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  • Tolcarne Beach Colonial Rooms Newquay (North Cornwall) 9 rooms from €184

    Beach Life  -  Located directly on a beautiful stretch of private beach
    Surfing  -  The surf in Newquay is world renowned and a number of surf schools operate from the beaches
    Great walks  -  Take long blustery walks along the picturesque coastal path
    Restrictions on children  -  Adult only

    A chic collection of beach cabins and suites set directly on a private stretch of beach. Interiors are quirky and luxurious, filled with antiques and offering indulgent bathrooms and terraces for beach views. The restaurant serves up particularly good seafood. An ideal pick for a romantic break. See More

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  • The Gannet Inn St Ives (West Cornwall) 20 rooms from €184

    Local exploring  -  An ideal base to explore the chic town of St Ives, access the beach and discover Cornwall's countryside.
    Great walks  -  Discover Cornwall on foot taking long walks along the coastal path.
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor pool
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.

    A boutique Inn located in a picturesque village just outside St Ives. Individually styled rooms are named to reflect their character. From 'Cosy' to 'Quirky' each is stylishly designed and comfortable. The staff are exceptionally friendly and the food both hearty and skilfully crafted. See More

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  • Trevose Harbour House St Ives (West Cornwall) 6 rooms from €190

    Sights nearby  -  For art lovers the Tate St Ives and Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden are worth a visit.
    Sailing  -  Take a boat trip to Seal Island where you can spot seals, dolphins and much more.
    Great walks  -  To the Lizard Peninsula and the Kynance Cove makes for an excellent day out.
    Surfing  -  Nearby Porthmeor Beach is where surfers go to hang ten.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, I Escape

    As refreshing as the Cornish coastline you can see from your window this nautical inspired B&B is simply stunning. Six individually designed bedrooms ooze style with colour palettes to match the sky and surf of St Ives. The downstairs snug offers an honesty bar & breakfast is totally organic. See More

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  • Seafood Restaurant Padstow, Cornwall 32 rooms from €190

    Foodies  -  Renowned for his seafood prowess this restaurant has become a must visit for all foodies in Padstow.
    Back to Nature  -  Right on the sea, watch the fisherman at work, before head out on an exhilarating coastal ramble.
    Fishing  -  Leave from Padstow harbour for a morning fishing trip and hopefully catch some dinner!
    Sailing  -  Sail out of Padstow and explore the beautiful coastline, an idyllic day out.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays

    Beautifully simple rooms attached to Rick Stein's renowned restaurant. Splashes of blue's and white give a Cornish flourish. Friendly and well trained staff are a pleasure. The restaurant hardly needs an introduction. The perfect weekend escape. See More

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  • Pebble House Mevagissey, Cornwall 4 rooms from €190

    Views  -  Panoramic views over Mevagissey Bay
    Sights nearby  -  Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligon are both close by, plus country houses and much nore
    Great walks  -  The coastal path is on your doorstep and there is a drying room for muddy boots and clothes!
    Restrictions on children  -  Adults only property

    Contemporary adults only guesthouse with views to die for on the cliffs above Mevagissey. Spacious rooms and suites with contemporary interiors and luxury fittings as standard. A relaxed, grown up spot for a romantic seaside break with a home from home vibe accompanied by top notch service. See More

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  • The Greenbank Falmouth (South Cornwall) 50 rooms from €195

    Local exploring  -  Perfectly located on Falmouth's historic coastline and within easy reach of the town's main attractions.
    Sailing  -  Take to the water for a morning or afternoon with Falmouth School of Sailing.
    Great walks  -  Take a stroll through the sub-tropical Trebah Garden.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.

    A luxury hotel in the glorious town of Falmouth. Chic rooms are simply dressed with crisp white linen, shades of blue and the best have fantastic sea views. Unwind in the pampering spa and feast in the award winning restaurant. With endless activities in the area this is an ideal British escape. See More

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  • St Enodoc Hotel Rock, Cornwall 20 rooms from €196

    Families  -  Family suites, games room, special kiddies menus and a wealth of fun beachside activities make this an ideal family getaway.
    Foodies  -  Fresh, local, seasonal produce is used in the hotels seafood restaurant to create flavoursome innovative cuisine.
    Beach Life  -  Right on the beach, with nautical blue and white interiors and plenty of water based fun at hand.
    Surfing  -  The hotel will organise a private surf lessons with George Stoy, a perfect introduction to Cornwall's most popular sport!

    Charming beachside hotel with views of Camel Estuary. Modern, breezy rooms are chic and comfortable. The lively restaurant serves healthy, modern dishes. Vibrant and cosy, with top marks for stunning location and warmth of service. See More

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  • The Rosevine South Cornwall 12 rooms from €196

    Families  -  An ideal family getaway with spacious apartments, a lovely playroom, and free stay for children under sixteen.
    Beach Life  -  A charming beach-chic hotel with stunning seaside views, just one minute from the beach.
    Sailing  -  An excellent stopping point for a sailing trip around the south coast.
    Great walks  -  Enjoy the beautiful coastal walk to Portscatho from the hotel.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Sawdays, Great Small Hotels

    A charming family-run hotel overlooking the south Cornwall coast. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, with tasteful furnishings and warm colour schemes. The family restaurant serves delicious local specialities and also caters for kids. A great choice for a family holiday in Cornwall. See More

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  • Fowey Hall Fowey, Cornwall 36 rooms from €202

    Families
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor Pool
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Kids Club  -  Fully staffed.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith

    Small country house hotel overlooking the south Cornish coast, kitted out for families, with pool and spa - so beware if you have none in tow. See More

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  • The Idle Rocks St Mawes, Cornwall 20 rooms from €207

    Child friendly  -  Family rooms, children's meals
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.

    Seaside boutique hotel, attracting the younger crowd, with a perfect position right on the harbour wall in St Mawes. Up to the moment design and wonderful restaurant with the freshest fishy ingredients. See More

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  • Pentillie Castle Cornwall 9 rooms from €213

    Country Escape  -  A picture perfect castle set within a 55-acre estate.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project.
    Great walks  -  Take long walks through the property's grounds.
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor pool

    A picture-perfect castle set within beautifully manicured gardens. Individually designed rooms remain true to the property's style with antique furniture, chintz fabrics and the best have four-posters. A grown-up property for elegant rural escapes. See More

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  • St Mawes Hotel St Mawes (South Cornwall) 9 rooms from €213

    Beach Life  -  A lovely beach-chic coastal property only a few minutes from the beach with excellent seafood restaurant.
    Local exploring  -  Perfectly placed for exploring the beautiful south coast of Cornwall either by foot or by boat.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit Cornwall castles such as St Mawes Castle and Pendennis Castle, both within two miles.
    Sailing  -  This makes a great stopping point for a sailing holiday in Cornwall.
    Recommended by  -  Great Small Hotels , Sawdays

    St Mawes Hotel is awash with charm and character, and captures the nautical essence of it's surroundings. The rooms are elegant and simple with crisp design features and tasteful furnishings. After a days sailing or surfing, return for some delicious seafood dishes in the restaurant. A coastal gem. See More

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  • Mullion Cove Hotel West Cornwall 30 rooms from €216

    Romantic Break  -  A romantic clifftop hotel ideal for long dinners and walks.
    Great walks  -  The property is located just a short distance from the scenic South West Coast Path.
    Surfing  -  West Cornwall has a wealth of beaches with great breaks.
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor pool
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide

    An imposing white Country House boasting a fantastic cliff top location offering far reaching sea views. Traditionally dressed rooms are spacious and elegant, predominantly white-on-white with antiques and enormous sash windows. The restaurant and bar are a celebration of all things Cornish. See More

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  • The Scarlet, Cornwall Mawgan Porth, Cornwall 37 rooms from €225

    Romantic Break  -  You, your loved one (and even the pooch) can enjoy an indulgent coastal stay
    Spa breaks  -  Excellent spa with a range of Ayurvedic treatments
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor and Indoor Pool
    Great walks  -  South West Coast Path.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays

    Relaxing, purpose-designed eco-friendly hotel overlooking Mawgan Porth beach. Contemporary furniture and modern local art adorns bedroom walls. Great sea views from the cocktail lounge and stylish hotel restaurant. Fantastic spa facility for ultimate relaxation and great outdoor activities nearby. See More

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  • The Royal Duchy Hotel Falmouth (South Cornwall) 45 rooms from €228

    Local exploring  -  Falmouth offers a host of outdoor and cultural pursuits.
    Surfing  -  Praa Sands and Kennack sands both offer some good breaks for sufers.
    Sights nearby  -  Marvel at the mighty fortress, Pendennis Castle.
    Great walks  -  Stroll through the sub-tropical Trebah Gardens.

    An elegant hotel boasting fabulous sea views. Spacious rooms are simply dressed with white-washed walls, softly patterned fabrics and boast luxurious bathrooms. A fine-dining restaurant, champagne bar and indoor pool are utterly spoiling. The perfect destination for a weekend break. See More

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  • Watergate Bay Hotel Watergate Bay, Cornwall from €230

    Great walks  -  Try your hands (and feet) at Nordic walking.
    Surfing  -  Watergate Bay is a prime surf spot.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel

    Overlooking one of Cornwall's superb surfing beaches, Watergate Bay Hotel is a prime, retro beachside getaway. Chic rooms are decorated in contrasting palettes of greys, yellows and blues. The Living Space boasts panoramic glass walls whilst Zacry's restaurant serves up locally sourced cuisine. See More

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  • Old Quay House Hotel Fowey, Cornwall 11 rooms from €230

    Great walks  -  Wonderful walking all around this area, a particualr favourite is the picturesque Hall Walk, which ends in pretty Polruan.
    Sights nearby  -  The ruins of St Catherine’s Castle sit on the edge of the town and command spectacular views of the harbour.
    Sailing  -  Yacht rental is available nearby, head off with a professional skipper or simply charter your own course.
    Kayaking  -  Kayak rental is possible from the village of Golant, the perfect way to explore this stunning coast.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Kiwi Collection, Sawdays, Tablet, I Escape

    Boutique luxury in the heart of Fowey with ample amounts of sea air, estuary views and contemporary charm. Crisp, minimalist rooms are breezy and comfortable. The restaurant serves an inventive menu of local seafood delights. An ideal spot for a romantic mini break away from city life. See More

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  • Driftwood Hotel Near Portscatho, Cornwall 14 rooms from €254

    Great walks  -  Grab a hotel picnic and head out through the private estate right down to the coast and explore the beautiful beaches!
    Fishing  -  Right on the coast, there are plenty of fishing boats to rent for the day with equippment and guides if necessary.
    Hideaway  -  A hideaway location just off the beach and in extensive private gardens, why would you leave?
    Surfing  -  No trip to Cornwall is complete without a surf session in the bracingly cold Atlantic.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Sawdays

    Sitting in privates acres, this chic and intimate hotel overlooks stunning Gerrans Bay. Light, marine inspired rooms are the perfect example of comfort meets plush. A Michelin Star at the restaurant makes dining a spoiling yet casual affair, matched by a fine wine list. A dream Cornish location. See More

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  • Carbis Bay Hotel St Ives (West Cornwall) 47 rooms from €277

    Surfing  -  The surrounding coastline is full of great surfing spots.
    Great walks  -  Superb nearby coastal walking trails.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.

    Overlooking one of Cornwall's most beautiful bays, the Carbis Bay Hotel is a superb place to stay. The well designed rooms are crisp and accentuate the hotel's magnificent views. Spend a day at the beach and return to the hotel's restaurant to enjoy some delicious locally caught seafood. See More

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  • Padstow Townhouse Padstow (North Cornwall) 6 rooms from €323

    Foodies  -  With Paul Ainsworth as the co-owner his excellent Michelin starred restaurant Number 6 is not to be missed.
    Local exploring  -  Situated in the heart of Padstow and within striking distance of the coast and surrounding countryside.
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the majestic Prideaux Place and stroll through the formal gardens and deer park.
    Great walks  -  Take a long coastal walk along the rugged coastline.
    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide

    A chic converted townhouse. Six beautifully designed suites give a traditional feel with antique style furniture off set with state of the art mod-cons and luxurious modern bathrooms. There's no restaurant on site but the owner's excellent Number 6 is just down the road. A charming option. See More

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  • The Nare Cornwall 36 rooms from €334

    Beach Life  -  Situated at the Carne Beach, guests may indulge in volleyball, cricket or a short stroll by the sea. Dogs are welcome too.
    Local exploring  -  Cornwalls world famous gardens, art galleries, hidden churches are not to be missed
    Sights nearby  -  The Lost gardens of Heligan and The Eden Project are worth a visit
    Great walks  -  Roseland offers many secrets best explored on foot

    A country-style hotel on the beach. Large, elegant rooms with colonial furniture and sea views. Outdoor and indoor pool, spa, a tennis court and a croquet pitch for your enjoyment. Choice of two restaurants and a bar and lounge. Secluded and magnificent. See More

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