Places to Stay in Cornwall Hotel

Now that Easter is almost upon us again, it may be time to start thinking about getting away for a short break with our loved ones. Where better than the County of Cornwall for an early season family holiday?

There are a number of ways in which to explore the whole County, or if you prefer, to choose a location and enjoy all of the traditional Cornish hospitality that is always readily available wherever your chosen destination happens to be.

One of the best ways in which to have complete control over your itinerary, and to get the best out of your Cornwall holiday, is to rent a cottage for the duration of your stay. There are numerous such cottages to rent in Cornwall, all maintained to a high standard, and providing the perfect base from which to explore and enjoy the activities and attractions.

Many of the popular destinations for people to visit in Cornwall include the North coast seaside resorts such as Padstow, Newquay and Perranporth which boast beautiful sandy shores and provide excellent natural facilities for activities such as surfing and sailing; moving on down the coast towards the Penwith Peninsula there are also the towns of St.Ives, St.Just and Sennen Cove, with the former of the three being the home of the Tate Gallery of Cornwall – a must visit if you are in the locality. Of course, perhaps the most famous of the locations in this area is lands’ End – the most westerly point of the UK’s mainland, once owned by millionaire businessman Peter de Savary, who paid £7million for it in 1987, only to sell the landmark on again in 1991. Twenty-eight miles South West of this, across the water lie the Isles of Scilly.

Coming back along the southern coast, we are treated to another fine selection of quaint old fishing villages and yet more beautiful expanses of award-winning beaches, including those at Mousehole, Penzance, Marazion, Porthleven, Mullion and Cornwall’s largest port at Falmouth.

Many visitors often overlook the small fishing towns of Looe and Polperro, which are both steeped in history, with the town of Looe believed to have been inhabited from as long ago as 1000BC, and the town of Polperro gaining it’s importance as a successful fishing village from the 13th Century AD. The quaint charm of these villages with their narrow streets and alleyways, with local businesses offering fine locally-sourced foods, antique and art galleries, gift shops and even a Smuggler’s Museum and a Model Village will entertain you and your family for the duration of your stay in your Cornwall holiday cottage.

For great cottages to rent in Cornwall, suitable for all ages and abilities, visit Toad Hall Cottages, who will be more than happy to help you to choose a self catering cottage in Cornwall that fits your requirements.

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