Holiday Cottages in Polperro

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    Charming bungalow with sea views in Carlyon Bay. En-suite shower room, WiFi, enclosed garden, off road parking, short walk to beach. St Austell 2 miles (Ref. 959535)

    7 nights from £477

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    Immaculately styled, contemporary annexe with pretty garden close to the Cornish Riviera coastline in Carlyon Bay. One bedroom. Coast 0.1 mile. Charlestown Beach, harbour and restaurants 1 mile. Shops 0.5 miles. (Ref. 986280)

    7 nights from £334

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Polperro is a tiny but beautiful village and fishing harbour situated just South of Looe. If you are looking for a calm and serene destination in South Cornwall, then one of our lovely holiday cottages in Polperro would be perfect.

During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Polperro was notorious for smuggling - something that John Wesley noted on his visit to the village in 1762. Pilchard fishing was an important trade for Polperro in the nineteenth century, and though there has been a vast decline in pilchard numbers over the last century or so, Polperro is still a busy fishing port today. You can find a museum in the village dedicated to the history of both smuggling and fishing in the town.

Polperro has managed to retain its traditional charm with narrow streets and pretty cottages. The streets are in fact so narrow that they are pedestrianised. Horse drawn carriages take visitors down to the harbour from the car park.

Boat trips can be taken from the harbour up towards Fowey. The men who run the trips will usually provide a commentary en-route to Fowey of the area's past. There is a small beach at low tide and a natural pool that is often used for swimming.

If you are looking for a beautiful destination for a holiday in Cornwall, browse our range of cottages in Polperro.