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guest houses v hotels v cottages v campsites Where to stay… Falmouth Harbur


Treat yourself to breakfast and bed


It’s a joy to find a comfy, welcoming hotel room


Cornwall isn’t Britain’s favourite short break or holiday destination for nothing.


Of course there’s the unrivalled mixture of coast and cliff, moor and sea, beach and fantastic visitor attractions, great food and drink…


St Mawes


But you can’t enjoy any of the above as a visitor, or even as a resident taking a well-earned short break in your own backyard, without the key ingredient: somewhere to stay that’s as much a part of the experience as everything else.


And the fantastic quality and choice of Cornish


accommodation is a central reason for Cornwall’s place in the nation’s holiday heart.


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The choice ranges from luxury hotels to comfy guest houses to two of the things Cornwall does as well as anywhere in the world, small, often family-run, hotels in the countryside or on the coast and bed and breakfast accommodation.


A B&B is often a choice for the visitor who enjoys a family atmosphere and less of a crowd.


You can often find B&Bs off the beaten track, or on farms, offering a very close experience of the Cornish coast and countryside.


With all choices, you’ll find accommodation that has met the toughest test of all – thriving in a Cornish holiday market that cannot afford to offer anything other than excellence in this competitive world.


Owners, staff and managers often have decades of


FARMHOUSE


• Sleeps up to 14 • • Self Catering Accommodation •


• Suitable for all venues • • Ideal for large families • • Minimum of 2 days stay •


Breakfast can be available in restaurant


Lower Clicker, Menheniot, Liskeard - Contact 07528 841 609


experience in helping people to make the most of their precious time off, whether that be in providing food such as a treat of a home-cooked breakfast using fresh Cornish ingredients, or


advising you on where to go and what to do, or sharing some of Cornwall’s lesser-known beauty spots, or providing quality, friendly service with an emphasis firmly on quality.


A break means forgetting the chores of home, and that’s what Cornish holiday accommodation enables you to do – forget the chores, relax and make the most of your hard-earned break!


Butterdon Mill Holiday Homes


Idyllic rural site near Looe - 12 detached bungalows set in 3 acres of mature grounds


Each home is comfortably furnished and has 2 bed- rooms accommo dating 2 to 6 people, with ample parking. Games barn with pool table, darts and table tennis. Children’s play area. This is an ideal location from which to explore the coast & countryside of Cornwall & Devon. Special rates for Senior Citizens from Sept - June. Pets welcome.


Phil & Sue Turner, Butterdon Mill Holiday Homes,


Merrymeet, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 3LS Tel: (01579) 342636


Email: butterdonmill@btconnect.com Website: www.bmhh.co.uk Inspected by Quality in Cornwall


Four star cottages with additional leisure facilities, indoor pool, gym and more. Specialising in holiday accommodation and short term lets at our Riverside location just 2 miles from Saltash.


Visit us: www.cryllacottages.co.uk Email us: stay@cryllacottages.co.uk


Call us: 01752 851133


St. MERRYN, Near PADSTOW CORNWALL PL28 8PN


Tel. Padstow (01841) 520230 www.carnevasholidaypark.com


Also Holiday Bungalows, Caravans and Cottage for Hire


Estuary Cottages, Tower Park, Fowey. PL23 1JD Tel: 01726 832965 www.estuarycottages.co.uk


www.cornish-visitor.co.uk Cornish Visitor Guide - Spring 2017 39


The premier letting agency for quality holiday homes in the Fowey area, many with harbour and sea views.


Come and relax in one of the most beguiling seaside locations in Cornwall


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