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Five hygge inspired self-catering holidays for winter

Get cosy by a log fire and watch the waves roll in.

You may have come across hygge this winter. Pronounced hoo-ga, it’s a Danish lifestyle concept for the long dark winters, based around cosy ideals of food, friends and family and the simple things in life.  So why not try your own hygge holiday this winter with two extra free nights from January through to March (excluding February half term).

Enjoy life’s (and Cornwall’s) simple pleasures this winter with our top five properties for a hygge holiday.

Pilots Cottage, Mousehole

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Pilots Cottage, Mousehole

Nestled in the heart of Mousehole rests a 175-year-old fisherman’s cottage which has been sympathetically renovated to preserve the building’s original features.

This Grade II listed home is called Pilots Cottage and is the perfect place for a hygge escape. Surround by narrow, cobbled streets and yellow lichened houses, the cosy cottage offers a peaceful setting to read a good book and relax.

Pilots Cottage lounge, Mousehole

Oakfield, Crackington Haven

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Oakfield, Widemouth Bay

Perched high on the side of a valley in the pretty hamlet of Rosecare, Oakfield is an idyllic hygge retreat for those looking to explore the north Cornwall coast.

Wrap up warm with a woolly hat and scarf as you venture out into the wild countryside. On your walk, spot rabbits frolicking in the grass and birds foraging in the hedgerows.

Warm up by the log fire with your favourite drink and watch the great outdoors from the comfort of the sofa.

Oakfield Lounge, Widemouth Bay

Wolf Rock, Widemouth Bay

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Eco-chic cottage, widemouth bay

Discover hygge living at its finest with state-of-the-art green technology combined with luxury comforts.

Situated on a long unspoilt stretch of sandy beach and rugged cliffs, Wolf Rock is in the perfect location for ultimate beach living.

Wolf Rock, Widemouth Bay

With endless horizon views and the beach right on your doorstep, this eco-chic property offers a spot to unwind and explore the beauty of the north Cornwall coast.

Turfrick, St Agnes

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Turfrick engine house, st agnes

Tucked away in a picturesque village steeped with mining history, is a charming cosy holiday home with views across to Turfrick engine house.

A name inspired by its outlook, Turfrick is perfectly positioned in St Agnes to explore the beach and the wild clifftops. Discover a headland of engine houses whilst walking in miner’s footsteps. This hygge holiday is great for those looking to experience Poldark’s Cornwall.

Reflection, Portwrinkle

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Reflection, Portwrinkle

Carved into the cliff with impressive floor to ceiling windows, this uber sleek coastal pad reflects the hygge lifestyle of simple pleasures.

The eco-retreat (with green Sedan roof planted with wildflowers) is the ultimate self-catering holiday home to wave watch and see the sunset over the Cornish horizon.

Reflection, Portwrinkle sea view

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