Holiday Cottages Cornwall
From St. Michael’s Mount, The Lizard Peninsula and Lands End in the far west of the county, to Bude and the Tamar Valley in the east; Cornwall is an eighty mile long duchy in the south-west of England. The county is strewn with a good number of excellent beaches along its entire coastline and has been a popular tourist destination ever since Victorian times. Whichever part of the duchy you are looking to spend a well earned break, there are ample holiday cottages Cornwall to choose between.
One of the most popular destinations for holiday cottages Cornwall includes the town of Newquay which is situated on the north coast. This town is completely geared towards all types of visitors and the beaches in the area are some of the best to be found in the whole county. Fistral Beach is popular with surfers and actually hosts international events in this sport on a regular basis.
The south coast of Cornwall is an equal draw for visitors and there are a myriad of quaint Cornish fishing villages to be found along the coast. Towns like Looe and Polperro usually have a good supply of holiday cottages Cornwall.
Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Cornwall include The Eden Project which is near St. Austell (Cornwall’s largest town); Flambards Theme Park, near Helston in west Cornwall, which is a fun day out for the entire family; Lands End Visitors Centre, which as the name suggests is the last patch of land on the UK mainland. Bodmin Moor is a rural wilderness in the centre of the county and is usually where you will find holiday cottages Cornwall.
Other towns in Cornwall that are perfect for visitors include Penzance in the far west; the county city of Truro has some spectacular architecture and is well worth a shopping detour; Falmouth provides you with the perfect insight into how life would have been like in the county hundreds of years ago and then there are the hugely popular towns of Padstow and Bude on the northern coast.
Cornwall is one county that has the perfect infrastructure to entertain visitors and this means that holiday cottages Cornwall is an industry that has been established here for a number of decades now. Many of the properties are found along the coast of the county but there are also some in the inland, rural locations.
If you can bear to tear yourself away from the holiday cottages Cornwall, you can expect to experience the mildest climate in the whole of the UK here. Summers do not tend to get as hot as in the south-east of England and snow is a real rarity, especially the farther west you venture into the county.