Pounding surf, miles of soft sand and a backdrop of magnificent cliffs — the beaches in Cornwall are among the best in the world.
Discover our portfolio of contemporary self-catering holiday lets within walking distance of a spectacular beach and an idyllic village stocked with local amenities. Explore the coastline of Cornwall with a self-catering holiday in Watergate Bay, Mawgan Porth, Whitsand Bay, Porth, Fistral, St Agnes, Sennen Cove, Widemouth Bay, Porthtowan, Bude, Port Isaac, Porthcothan, Boscastle, Porthleven, the Camel Estuary and Trevone near Padstow.
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All the fun of a small seaside town – Bude is an overlooked gem on Cornwall’s far north coast. With its two beaches and varied outdoor activities, it’s a perfect family holiday spot.
Glassy turquoise water, golden sands and small fishing harbours. The coastline of the Camel Estuary is home to a quintessential sweep of towns including Padstow and Rock.
Golden sand and turquoise water, flanked by lush green woodland. Carbis Bay with its Blue Flag status is the ideal location for families. St Ives is a 2 mile walk along the coast path.
An historic harbour untouched by time on Cornwall’s south coast. Dine at one of its fantastic eateries, discover the history of the tall ships and walk the coast path to its neighbouring beaches.
Downderry beach is perfectly located a few miles between Looe and Whitsand Bay. The beaches here are dog-friendly all year round and have a lovely selection of restaurants.
Between sand dunes and cliffs lies a bustling village which inspired Graham Winston’s swashbuckling Poldark novels. Dine out at waterfront restaurants and traditional country pubs.
Polzeath is a renowned surfing destination in north Cornwall, close to Rock and Daymer Bay. Guests can enjoy its fantastic beachside eateries and beautiful coastal walks on its doorstep.
A forgotten corner in South East Cornwall scattered with beach huts, three miles of sand and the best surf this side of the coast. Whitsand is much overlooked. And all the better for it.
Wind along the Atlantic Highway to an expanse of sand and rockpools. The coast path here rivals the best in the country, with surf schools, hire, cafes and bars easily available.