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Just show me Cornwall Country Cottages

Please find below a selection of personally inspected country cottages in Cornwall.

Cornwall's coastline is justly famous. But do head inland for even more dazzling countryside like the Lizard Peninsula, where spellbinding scenery mixes with medieval sites and Bronze Age settlements, or the tiny corner of West Penwith beyond St. Ives. And you're never far from the sea, making a Cornwall country cottage a highly favourable proposition.

Amid the countryside, sleepy villages exude an air of timelessness and a delightfully old-fashioned atmosphere. Meet up with locals in a cosy pub or sample a Cornish cream tea in a quintessential English garden.

Discover the charm of the Cornish countryside with our country cottages

Following a hearty breakfast at your Cornwall country cottage, savour the great outdoors! Walkers flock to the Coastal Path and often overlook the wonders of Bodmin Moor - climb Brown Willy and Rough Tor for incredible views and explore charming villages like St. Neot and Blisland.

The Camel Trail from Padstow is a firm favourite with bike and horse riders, an 18-mile route following an old quarry tramway. Alternatively, cycle along the Clay Trails north of St. Austell and visit the ground-breaking Eden Project.

Historic attractions include the ancient Godolphin Estate, with its splendid panoramic views; along with the 13th Century keeps of Launceston and Restormel.

Now let's find you that perfect Cornwall country cottage!