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Cornwall is a county in the south west of England and includes the Isles of Scilly. One of only a few areas of the UK with its own language derived from its strong Celtic history.

Cornwall has a predominantly warm climate, meaning that its seaside resorts swell in numbers each summer as visitors look to have a fun packed relaxing family beach holiday in the sun.

Cornwall always has been and always will be a great place for a family holiday with a host of great places to visit.

Welcome to Cornwall Holiday Accommodation Directory


Cornwall Holiday Accommodation is a directory of all types of holiday accommodation in Cornwall. Whether you're looking to hire a cosy country cottage, stay at a warm welcoming bed and breakfast, a family friendly holiday park or book a room at a luxury hotel our directory aims to help you find your perfect holiday rental or weekend break accommodation.

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Holidaying in Cornwall

Cornwall has plenty to offer holiday visitors from active outdoor enthusiasts to families looking for a memorable relaxing holiday.

Self-catering holidays are very popular in Cornwall due to its family appeal as a fun outdoor holiday destination. There are plenty of family friendly holiday parks with excellent self catering modern caravans and facilities with day and night time entertainment to keep the kids amused and adults entertained. The superb countryside offers a fantastic holiday stay in one of the many cosy cornish country cottages or welcoming homely bed and breakfasts.

We have put together a Cornwall visitor travel guide to aid you with your stay in Cornwall. Our visitors travel guide includes information about Cornwall, its history and heritage, popular attractions like the eden project and travel information.

Cornwall is a granite peninsular jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean in the far South West of Great Britain. Cornwall's only land border is with Devon to the east, it borders the Atlantic Ocean to the north and English Channel to the south. Well known for its fabulous beaches, pretty coves and its fish restaurants are renowned throughout the UK. Inland should not be ignored either with mile upon mile of wild moors and beautiful Cornish countryside to explore with picturesque towns and pretty villages.

Towns/Places to Visit in Cornwall

Cornwall has many charming and beautiful towns and villages to visit, a short list is of the main ones and most popular holiday destinations are below, for a holiday travel guide to the towns and villages in Cornwall please see our Town Travel Guides in our fast growing Cornwall travel guide section.

Bodmin - Small historic town
Boscastle - Fishing village and tourist attraction on the north coast of Cornwall.
Bude - Unspoilt seaside town
Callington - Small ancient market town situated in a beautiful area of south east Cornwall famous for its mural trail.
Falmouth - Stunning harbour for sailing & watersports
Fowey - An historic town that still has a commercial seaport
Hayle - The modern town famous for its Cornish industry of mining and miles of beaches
Helston - Bustling market town
Launceston - Surrounded by beautiful countryside
Liskeard - Historic market town situated at the head of the Looe valley making it an ideal holiday base location to discover the surrounding area.
Looe - Looe is a great location for families, with lots of beaches and rock pools to explore
Lostwithiel - Cornwall's hidden treasure situated in the Fowey River valley. The village is home to award winning restaurants and good quaility pubs. Overlooked by the 12th century Restormel Castle and encircled by beautiful countryside.
Mevagissey - A charming picturesque 14th Century fishing Village located at the end of a valley on the South Cornwall Coast.
Newlyn - A fishing village home to one of the largest fleets in the UK, with a harbour of over 40 acres, rich history, stone walls and narrow alleyways this village is well worth a visit.
Newquay - Vibrant youthful town, known as the surfing capital of the UK
Padstow - Ancient fishing port with soaring cliffs, hidden coves and sandy beaches
Penzance - Lively market town and port with a rich history
Saltash - A picturesque small town well lying on the river Tamar.
St Austell - One of Cornwall's biggest towns, famous for is mining of china clay
St Ives - One of Cornwall's most famous holiday towns because of its wonderful beaches
Truro - A bustling Cathedral City with flowing rivers and picturesque Georgian streets and buildings
Wadebridge - Bustling market town alongside the River Camel

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