We don’t have a cottage for all of you, we have a cottage for each of you…

Find the ideal destination for your holiday…

The friendly staff at Toad Hall Cottages would be delighted to help you to find the ideal destination for your holiday in Cornwall - be it a romantic bolt-hole for two, or a family-friendly house only steps from the beach.

Doggy friends are also welcome!

We have a wonderful selection of properties to offer in locations all around the county, from the contemporary and sleek to quirky and quaint, including waterside, rural, traditional, modern, cosy and – above all – welcoming houses, cottages and apartments.

Toad Hall Cottages has over 600 coastal, waterside and rural holiday cottages throughout the South West. Your memorable West Country holiday starts here…

For special offers and a free brochure call us or visit our website 01503 272303 |

Picture courtesy of Bernard Mills

You are almost guaranteed to find something to make you want to start packing and leave right away!

We personally oversee each property included in our portfolio.

Travel the scenic route on the Looe Valley Line

Visit Looe by train on the scenic Looe Valley Line

Trains run six days a week all year, with Sunday Trains from Easter to October

Trains run six days a week all year, with Sunday trains too in the Summer.

Times and fares available from Liskeard station, or call 08457 48 49 50

Times and fares available from Liskeard station, or call 08457 48 49 50

Supported by First Great Western

8 Cornish Visitor Guide - Spring 2017

Explore the Great Scenic Railways of Devon and Cornwall or call 01752 233094

The beautiful Looe Valley Line links the historic market town of Liskeard with the attractive fishing port of Looe.

The line travels along the East Looe River, starting through the heavily wooded valley until it opens out as the river nears the sea and the train approaches Looe.

The line is especially scenic for the two miles between Sandplace and Looe which offer particularly lovely views of the estuary, great for

birdwatchers especially at low tide.

Once in Looe itself the station is an easy 5 minute walk into the town which is bustling with shops and restaurants, has safe beaches and a variety of boat trips around the coastline.

For more information on the Looe Valley Line or any of the other Great Scenic Railways visit or call 01752 584777

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