Welcome to the Cornish Cottage Holidays website. We will help you find self catering holiday cottages in Cornwall. We have over 500 holiday cottages in Cornwall. Our helpful staff will find ideal Luxury or Classic Cottages for you. From the tip of Lands End to the Tamar River you are sure to be able to find the self catering holiday cottage, farmhouse or apartment that suits you. All our self catering holiday cottages in Cornwall are carefully selected and we constantly monitor standards to ensure that the only surprise you will get will be a pleasant one. Our friendly customer service team are on hand to help you, whether you are looking to walk the Cornish coast path, relax by a secluded creek, enjoy a stretch of golden sand or trek the spectacular moors, we will be happy to help you find your perfect Cornish Cottage Holiday.
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There were no buildings in Falmouth, apart from the home of the Killigrew family, Arwennack, until the middle of the sixteenth century. Henry VIII later built Pendennis Castle on the headland, and the town developed from there.
The Falmouth Packets used to dispatch mail all over the world. In the 1820s, the Admiralty took over the role of mail delivery.
Falmouth has the world's third largest natural harbour and annually hosts many international sailing events. The town also has four large sandy beaches which are all popular with families. Pleasure boats can be taken up the River Fal from the Prince of Wales Pier, and a ferry runs across to St Mawes, where another castle stands.
Falmouth has a wide selection of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. There is also the Ships and Castles Leisure Pool, the Maritime Museum and the Falmouth School of Arts. The Falmouth Arts Centre regularly screens films old and new, and the Princess Pavilion hosts many varied shows and performances throughout the summer. The Pavilion is set among the sub-tropical Gyllyngdune gardens. There are three other gardens in Falmouth - Fox Rosehill, Queen Mary and Kimberley Park - although Trelissick, Trebah and Gendurgan gardens are all nearby.
There is a flight of 111 steps just off the Moor, known as Jacob's Ladder. Upon reaching the top, fantastic views of Falmouth can be enjoyed.
Each August, the town hosts Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week - this week long event includes competitive dinghy and yacht racing as well as performances by tribute bands and party nights.
This penthouse apartment is superbly positioned at the seafront promenade within yards of the
historic Pendennis Castle and the blue flag status beach, with fantastic views across the panorama
of Falmouth Bay. ...
Occupying an elevated yet private position with outstanding views across Falmouth Harbour,
Seabien is the perfect spot from which to enjoy the daily spectacle of craft in the bay. Newly
refurbished, this ...
From a spectacular vantage point overlooking the sweeping blue expanse of Falmouth harbour
and Penryn River, Pennant Cottage boasts huge appeal for couples and families seeking an
amazing holiday experience. The cottage ...
Presented to a high standard throughout, Oyster Cottage is perfect for couples and families seeking affordable accommodation without compromising on quality and comfort. With views towards the valley from ...
Quality, comfort and value-for-money best describe Mulberry Cottage. Stylishly presented throughout, it is a highly desirable residence suited to both couples and families. The open plan living room ...