Well, there are plenty to choose from and below is a selection that I have found on the Internet. The seaside cottages in Cornwall that I have chosen are all situated close to the sea along the beautiful coastline of the West Country.
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Trelawney Villa – a small two bedroomed cottage with one double and one single bedroom. There is a family bathroom upstairs which is shared by all bedrooms. The lounge has a large flat screen TV and DVD player. There is a CD player and a small selection of CD’s and DVD’s available. There is a small but fully equipped kitchen with French doors leading to a small private courtyard. This cottage is ideal for couple with small child. This seaside cottage in Cornwall is a short walk from the centre of the village of St Agnes which has a number of shops, pubs and art galleries.
A large three bedroomed converted farmhouse with two double bedrooms and one twin bedroom. There is a large lounge with flat screen TV, Sky box, video recorder and DVD player. The dining room seats 6 people around the oak dining table. The kitchen is fully equipped and includes an American style fridge freezer, range cooker, washing machine, microwave and tumble dryer. There is a family bathroom and the larger of the two double bedrooms benefits from an en-suite shower room. Outside there is a large garden with barbecue area, fruit trees and decking with table, chairs and a parasol. This seaside cottage in Cornwall is located a short drive from Perranporth, a small town with plenty of shops, restaurants and souvenir shops. A really nice addition to our list of seaside cottages in Cornwall
The Paddocks – an eight bedroomed mansion with six double bedrooms, one twin and one single bedroom. There is a large family bathroom located on the first floor with sunken Jacuzzi bath. Four of the double bedrooms have their own en-suite bathrooms. The cottage has a large through lounge diner, the huge dining table seating sixteen. There is a 50” flat screen plasma television with Sky box, DVD recorder and hi tech music centre. A very large ultra-modern kitchen is fully equipped with all the latest mod cons including American fridge freezer with an ice maker. Located off the kitchen is a sauna and wet room. Outside there is a large formal garden area and an undercover entertainment area. The entertainment area houses a built in barbecue, large dining table with seating for sixteen people. There is a ten person hot tub to one end of the entertainment area and a changing room. A great asset to this seaside cottage in Cornwall is the kidney shaped swimming pool which is heated all year round. The property is located on a dramatic cliff top and is accessed via a steep sweeping track which leads up to the turning circle at the front of the building. A ten minute drive away is the town of Newquay, a playground for surfers and a good place for shopping and dining out.
Seaside Cottages In Cornwall – Penrose Place:
A pretty, rose covered thatched seaside cottage in Cornwall. This property has three bedrooms, one double and two twin bedrooms. There is a family bathroom and the double bedroom has an en-suite shower room. The small lounge has an inglenook fireplace with a log burner, a 32” flat screen plasma TV with Sky box and DVD player. Through an archway is a small dining room which, in turn, leads to a fully equipped kitchen. The kitchen has a fridge, freezer oven, hob, washing machine and dishwasher. The property benefits from a guest cloakroom off the hallway. Outside there is a medium sized garden with sun loungers and deck chairs available for those sunny days. The property is located in the popular fishing harbour of Mevagissey and is within walking distance of all amenities.
The Stables – a traditional seaside cottage in Cornwall that has been converted from two old mining cottages. It has four bedrooms, two double and two twin bedrooms with a family bathroom and one en-suite shower room. The living room has a cosy open fire set within an inglenook fireplace, Sky TV, DVD player and music centre. There is a large fully equipped kitchen with dining area. The kitchen has a fridge, freezer, oven, hob, microwave and toaster. The old stable door leads directly out onto decking and the large garden. The property is located close to the beach and pretty market town of Penzance. A short drive away is the Penlee Gallery and Museum. This was one of my favourite seaside cottages in Cornwall.
From the beaches of Penzance one can see St Michaels Mount, an isle that can be reached on foot at low tide. You can drive to Marazion, park your car and then cross the causeway in a matter of minutes to reach the isle from the mainland. The Mount is believed to have been inhabited by a giant called Cormoran. He is said to have waded across to the mainland to steal cows and sheep from farmers to feed his enormous appetite. According to legend, a small boy rowed over to the isle and dug a deep hole which the giant subsequently fell into and died.
There are many activities to pursue in Cornwall including; windsurfing, surfing, diving, fishing, sailing, kite surfing and of course, golf. Walking is a popular activity with numerous trails over cliff tops or treks over Bodmin Moor and Exmoor. To the south of Cornwall is the Lizard Peninsula, the most southerly point is the UK. It is famous for its lighthouse which was built in 1751 and its serpentine stone which is still being used to make ornaments.
If you are considering seaside cottages in Cornwall for your next holiday, you will be spoilt for choice. There is a wonderful array of different types and styles of seaside cottages in Cornwall and plenty of attractions to visit. It is a popular County for holidaymaker’s and the climate in the West Country is one of the warmest in the UK.