Cornish Cottages by the Coast
The Cornish coastline is one of the most famous spots in the UK and holds the record for having the longest coastline in Great Britain. Stretching 697km the coastline enjoys stunning views, walks and towns that will take your breath away. Cornwall makes the perfect location for any seaside holiday; some of our favourite coastal locations include Padstow, Newquay, Bude, Tintagel and St Austell. Bude is Cornwall’s most northern town with a host of sandy beaches, Tintagel has some of the finest coastal scenery in the UK, and St Austell boasts the stunning St Austell bay. If you’re looking for an activity filled holiday or a great location to explore, our coastal cottages will provide the perfect location for you.
What makes the Cornish coast special?
For many the Cornish coastline has a romantic attraction that stems from the world-famous coastline to the golden beaches and fabulous coastal walks. Cornwall is England’s most coastal county, making it the perfect destination for a cottage all-year round. The Cornish coast also boasts the mildest and sunniest climate in the UK.
Are there lots of coastal walks in Cornwall?
Yes! The coastline can offer a plethora of walking opportunities for all ability levels. The South West Coast Path runs along the Cornish coastline, through popular cottage holiday destinations including Bude, Tintagel and St Ives. The walk in Tintagel is steeped in history around the ruins of King Arthur’s castle, and along the cliff tops.
Is Cornwall popular for Coasteering?
Yes, Coasteering is an extreme sport, with extreme excitement, and is extremely popular. Coasteering has gained rapidly in popularity over the past few years with the development in safety equipment and visitors desire to experience Cornwall in a completely new way.