Booking the Best Places to Stay in Cornwall: The Eternal Conundrum

Cornwall is a place of constant contradictions.

We have some of the best places to stay in Cornwall.

We have arguably the most accessible dramatic coastline in the world. We have around 400 free public access world class beaches, some of which transport you to another world. Some which you will recognise from dramas such as our wondrous Poldark. Some of which will amaze and delight you for their remoteness and privacy.

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Poldark location beaches transport you to another world

We have an array of wildlife thriving in the unspoilt beauty that is the coast of Cornwall: seals, rare birds, dolphins and even the occasional whale.

At the interior we have little historic towns, rugged moorland, wild ponies, views to die for.

We have the relics of Cornwall’s wealthy industrial past in the shape of great Estates with unique gardens and looming engine houses standing like sentinels over the wild expanses of open rolling green.

Yes, Cornwall has got it all and the reason its sooooo popular is that we don’t allow unfettered development of these wild beauty spots.

That leaves us with a little bit of a dilemma in the travel trade! We want to show you all the great stuff we have to offer but if you should be an habitual late booker for your Cornish adventure you may be in the unfortunate position of not achieving your desired location or the best places to stay in Cornwall. Our duchy has some beautiful and amazing hotels but most of them are of boutique sizing and of course we have countless self-catering cottages and latterly Air BnB’s galore.

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Arguably the best coastline in the world







But if you want to secure the best places to stay in Cornwall, there is no alternative but to book now!

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Group bookings should definitely plan ahead for 2019!


Call or email for a free travel and tour consultation. Don’t leave it ‘til next year. If this year’s combined weather and the Poldark effect were anything to go by, Cornwall will be welcoming many of you again year after year after year. Be our latest new “old friend”

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