Charlestown Holiday Cottages

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    A semi-detached cottage with private sun terrace overlooking Mevagissey and St Austell Bay. Short walk to picturesque harbour with shops, pubs and cafes. Truro 14 miles. (Ref. 915353)

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    Luxury, spacious house set over three floors in a spectacular location, overlooking the harbour of Mevagissey, with stunning uninterrupted views from balconies on each floor. Ideal for touring the south coast of Cornwall. St. Austell 5.5 miles. (Ref. 933371)

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    Ground floor cosy, character flat in the heart of Polruan. Stunning views of the Fowey estuary. 2 bedrooms, sitting room with woodburner. Within 100 yards of pubs, shops, ferry to Fowey. (Ref. 948762)

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    Delightful detached barn conversion set in the expansive grounds of the owners smallholding. Spacious private accommodation close to Mevagissey and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. Ideal base for touring the South coast of Cornwall. WiFi. St Austell 3 miles. (Ref. 938358)

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    Delightful St. Austell cottage, a few minutes' walk from village of Bugle. Set mainly over first floor, close to open countryside. Sleeps two. Welcoming accommodation. Close to many attractions. Mevagissey 6 miles. (Ref. 5443)

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    Charming one bedroom apartment adjoining the owners' home with stunning countryside views near Mevagissey. Pet-friendly. Ideal retreat for exploring this part of Cornwall. Mevagissey 2 miles. (Ref. 937888)

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    Situated on a working farm with beautiful wild flower pasture meadows and ancient woodland, Galowras Cottage is located in a south facing valley offering total peace and seclusion. Mevagissey 1.8 miles. (Ref. 937770)

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    Charming, well equipped property in converted 19th C Grade II listed clay drying kiln near Roche. Character and history, close to attractions of the area. St Austell 4 miles. (Ref. 2404)

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    Spacious property in converted 19th century Grade II listed clay drying kiln near Roche. Character and history, close to attractions of the area. St. Austell 4 miles. (Ref. 2403)

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    Charming old character cottage set over two floors in the historic 12th century stannary town of Lostwithiel. An ideal base for exploring the stunning countryside and unspoilt beaches of South East Cornwall. A truly romantic cottage. Bodmin 5.5 miles. (Ref. 934163)

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Just show me Charlestown Cottages

Dr. Who, Alice in Wonderland, The Eagle has Landed, Frenchman's Creek, The Onedin Line, The Three Musketeers…all filmed here in Charlestown. Experience this truly theatrical setting and book a Charlestown cottage nestling in this historic harbour village in St. Austell Bay.

The Georgian, grade II listed harbour has World Heritage status, created by Sir Charles Rashleigh to transport china clay to the Potteries and beyond. It is beautifully preserved and frequently home to an exquisite collection of Tall Ships, featured in numerous filming projects both here and on location worldwide. With any luck they'll be here during your Charlestown cottage holiday and you may get the chance to go onboard or even see one of them set sail from the harbour.

Unravel Charlestown's maritime history at the Shipwreck & Heritage Centre, showcasing all kinds of artefacts including Titanic and Royal Yacht Britannia displays and Nelson memorabilia.

Charlestown has a large, pebbly harbour beach ideal for rock pooling and also a children's playground. For golden sands and water sports, take the short cliff-top walk along the coastal path to Porthpean Beach - extremely popular with families.

Attractions close to your Charlestown cottage

Explore the Eden Project's tropical biomes nestling in a huge crater just a short drive away. Or the Lost Gardens of Heligan with stunning views over Mevagissey Bay. For amazing walking, cycling and riding, follow the China Clay Trails at nearby St. Austell, a series of specially designed, traffic-free routes through splendid countryside.

Complete your day relaxing in a quayside watering hole. Then retire to your cosy Charlestown cottage to plan another day's adventure.