1st February 2019
Crowdless beaches, lighter evenings and the start of alfresco dining season, are just a few reasons you should visit Cornwall in Spring. Combine the above with a luxury bolthole by the sea and you’ll have memories to last a lifetime.
With three miles of golden sand and never ending views over the horizon, Whitsand Bay is our go to place for relaxation on the Rame Peninsula, also known as Cornwall’s forgotten corner. Discover Polhawn Cove, Sharrow beach or visit neighbouring villages untouched by time, Cawsand and Kingsand.
Where to dine: The View – a modern and vibrant family restaurant with breath-taking sea views and delicious hot chocolates (extra marshmallows of course).
Alpha is a beautiful two-bedroom cabin perched on Freathy cliff above Whitsand Bay. Walk 200 metres from your front door and you’ll often find you have the beach to yourselves. Please note the footpath down the cliff to the beach is steep and not suitable for wheelchairs and people with limited mobility.
Enjoy a feast of local produce on your private decking area, as you watch the world go by below you.
Book your stay at Alpha before the Easter Holidays and receive two free nights when you book a 3 or 5 night stay. This offer can only be booked by telephone and excludes school holidays.
Porth beach is one of Cornwall’s most family-friendly beaches. It’s shallow stream runs through the middle of the soft sanded beach making it perfect for paddling and playing. Jump on the South West Coast Path either side and you’ll find fabulous walks leading you to Watergate Bay and several of the Newquay bays.
Where to dine: Head to the pub on the beach – The Mermaid. Enjoy local ales, hot food and a beer garden that meets the sand.
You can’t get much closer to the beach than this. Take a front row seat and watch passers by at Porth beach, or sip on something fizzy as you catch one of the famous Cornwall sunsets that drop behind the horizon. Newly interior designed with a fresh and contemporary look, the penthouse offers a large open plan living, dining and kitchen area, four bedrooms and a large balcony for those all important sundowners.
Book your stay at The Penthouse at Coast before the Easter holidays and receive two free nights when you book a 3 or 5 night stay. This offer can only be booked by telephone and excludes school holidays.
Yellow lichened houses huddled around a pretty harbour with boats bobbing in the sunshine…need we say anymore? Mousehole is one of Cornwall’s more pictureque fishing villages and is widely popular all year round. Head to its fantastic mix of galleries, quirky shops, cafes, pub and restaurants.
If you want to explore further afield, St Ives, Penzance and the Instagram famous Porthcurno beach are just a few miles away.
Where to dine: Recharge and refuel at The Ship Inn, with its oak beams, open fires and warm welcome from the locals.
Accommodating four guests, Bethany is a luxurious Grade II former fishermen’s cottage located just a minute’s walk from the beach. Maintaining its original Cornish charm, with a contemporary twist the property boasts a striking stone feature wall, beamed ceilings, exposed granite walls and original tiled flooring.
Enjoy afternoon tea outside on the patio, which also makes the perfect sun trap in the warmer months.
Book your stay at Bethany Cottage before the Easter Holidays and receive two free nights when you book a 3 or 5 night stay. This offer can only be booked by telephone and excludes school holidays.
Located at the bottom of beautiful rugged cliffs, Mawgan Porth is a west facing beach and dog-friendly all year round. Search for wildlife in the many rockpools, take in the awe-inspiring views along the coast path to Watergate Bay and indulge in an afternoon tipple on the terrace of Catch Seafood Bar and Grill.
Where to dine: We highly recommend a stop off at Scott & Babs at Retorrick Mill just a short walk away. All of their tasty rustic food is either cooked over an open fire, spit roasted or placed in smoker barrels.
Overlooing Mawgan Porth beach is a brand new developement where you’ll find the lovely Lowen. Sleeping up to 5 guests just 200 metres from the beach, guests can enjoy fantastic sea views from the balcony while you wind down after a fun-filled day on the beach.
The two bedroom coastal house is interior designed throughout and has a spacious open plan living area, perfect for keeping the family together.
Book your stay at Lowen before the Easter Holidays and receive two free nights when you book a 3 or 5 night stay. This offer can only be booked by telephone and excludes school holidays.
Popular with families and surfers, Widemouth Bay is just 3 miles from Bude on Cornwall’s rugged north coast, once voted as the most sunniest destination in the UK. With its great surfing conditions, you’ll find top surfing schools nearby including Freewave Surf Academy and Raven Surf School. Will you embrace the elements and dive straight in?
Where to dine: Enjoy crayfish nachos, fowey mussels and taste over 30 gins at The Bay View Inn.
Spring is the perfect time to holiday at Samphire Cottage, a poperty full of Cornish charm and surrounded by lush green countyside and vibrant wild flowers. Sit with a book on a sunny afternoon or if you’re feeling energetic, take the 35-minute walk to Milbrook beach, through country lanes and pretty fields.
Inside this beautiful cottage you’ll find a log burner for cosy nights in, a roll top bath, original beamed ceilings and a luxury country style kitchen. There are two bedrooms on the first floor.
Book your stay at Samphire Cottage before the Easter Holidays and receive two free nights when you book a 3 or 5 night stay. This offer can only be booked by telephone and excludes school holidays.