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The wild and beautiful Atlantic Coast of North Cornwall stretches 40-miles from Bude to Perranporth, offering plenty of fantastic destinations for a getaway. Browse our range of holiday cottages in North Cornwall and find your perfect home from home.
Why a cottage in North Cornwall?
With rugged and remote moorland, lush river valleys, dramatic cliffs and golden sandy beaches, North Cornwall is as beautiful as it is diverse. A paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, the region is home to no less than four Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and boasts unspoilt natural scenery few other places in the UK can compete with.
Ramblers are spoilt for choice in North Cornwall, with mile upon mile of coastal footpath to explore, as well as the timeless and haunting Bodmin Moor – a wonderful landscape at any time of the year. Bring your walking boots and your camera and embrace the simple pleasures in life.
The beaches in North Cornwall are world-famous thanks to their superb surfing conditions, and each year attract thousands of surfers looking to hone their skills. There are also plenty of beaches that are ideal for families, offering sheltered and safe waters, rock pools and small caves to explore, as well as summer lifeguard patrols.
Places to visit in North Cornwall
There are pretty fishing villages, towns and seaside resorts such as Port Isaac, Wadebridge, Padstow, Tintagel, Boscastle and Newquay waiting to be explored, as well as many fascinating attractions and activities to keep you occupied.
If you are looking for a relaxing break in the UK, browse our range of holiday cottages in North Cornwall.