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Holiday Apartments in Cornwall
One of the country’s most popular attractions is the famous Eden Project in St Austell, home to thousands of plants from all over the world. At Land’s End sheer cliffs descend into the Atlantic Ocean. Don’t miss a visit to St Ives, famous for its New Year’s Eve, art and crafts galleries including the Tate St Ives. Truro, the county town of Cornwall, boasts an impressive cathedral. Head to the student town of Falmouth or Newquay for a good night out. Newquay’s Fistral Beach and Bude are known for their excellent surfing conditions.
Self catering penthouse apartments, cheaper studios, loft and luxurious flats can be rented for a short term or on a longer term basis. These rentals are near by beaches, coastal and seaside villages, picturesque towns, etc.. Most of them have private car parking and free Wi-Fi, 1 or 2 bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, and seperate lounge area. Some have a private balcony offering stunning views.
Cornwall in England
One thing’s for sure, there’s plenty of holiday apartment accommodation to choose from, whatever your budget. Check out holiday apartment deals and special offers. Apartments can often be found near stunning seafront locations. Guests can expect luxurious accommodation whether it’s staying in Newquay, St Ives town centre, Padstow, the Rame Peninsula or in the seaside resort town of Falmouth.
Charming holiday apartments are tastefully furnished with cosy sitting rooms, spacious kitchens, large bedrooms and en suite bathrooms. All accommodation is of a high standard, perfect for a holiday let. Many holiday rentals features include sea views, parking, unlimited Wi-Fi, front and back gardens, hot tubs and log burners. Enjoy al fresco dining before exploring Cornwall, the delightful harbours, scenic countryside and quaint whitewashed villages.
If you love visiting botanical gardens, art galleries, museums or walking along cliff tops, Cornwall has it all. There’s cycling, trekking, hiking, horse riding, golf and much more. Put on a hard hat as you go underground and take a tour of the Geevor Tin Mine or sit back and relax watching a play at the Minack Theatre, an open-air amphitheatre. Spend a day at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Eden Project, Cape Cornwall or Cotehele Gardens and Art Gallery. The kids will love visiting the Cornish Seal Sanctuary, Lizard Point Lighthouse or the Flambards Experience, a huge family amusement park located on the southern outskirts of the town Helston. After a day of fun, what could be better than going back to your relaxing holiday apartment where you can put your feet up, relax and chill out?
Holiday apartments in Cornwall are extremely popular especially during the school holidays. Keep checking online for availability and to avoid disappointment, book early. Properties often have open plan living, dining and kitchen spaces. Some have roof terraces where you can gather with family and friends to have a meal while taking in the amazing views. Most have ample storage space for walking boots, water sport equipment, bicycles and those all important golf clubs.
Whatever the season, enjoy peace and quiet as well as the delights of Cornwall. There are also lots of places to eat out, drink and be merry in unforgettable Cornwall, one of the UK’s most popular places.
Travel by Train
By Train ?
Cornwall is well served by frequent high speed trains coming from London Paddington station, such as the Night Riviera Sleeper Service to Penzance. There are also direct trains daily from Bath Somerset (see apts), Bristol City (rentals) and Birmingham West Midlands (self catering). Main train stations are Plymouth and Penzance.
Other railway stations include Liskeard, Bodmin Parkway, Par, St. Austell station, Truro, Redruth, Camborne, St. Erth, Lostwithiel, Hayle, Looe, Newquay, Falmouth, St Ives, Tamar Valley Line and Gunnislake.
Three companies which serve Cornwall by Train, which are First Great Western, CrossCountry and Virgin Trains.
Where is Cornwall ?
The county of Cornwall is located in the south-west of England. The county borders the county of Devon, the Atlantic Ocean and the English Channel. It’s the most south westerly county in England.
If you want to fly to Cornwall, you will likely arrive at Newquay Airport (NQY), the primary airport of the county. Another option is flying to Exeter Airport, in bordering county Devon.
5 Must See Tourist Attractions and Sights
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
(Pentewan, St Austell PL26 6EN, England)
Beautiful peaceful gardens in the town of St Austell. There’s lots to see and good places for picnics around the grounds.
St. Michael’s Mount
(Manor Office, Marazion TR17 0EF, United Kingdom)
Wonderful place to see. At low tide you can walk to the mount. The views from the mount across the bay are just fabulous.
Famous surf beach. Whether it is winter or summer there is always something going on. There are apartments to rent and hotels to stay around the area.
(Tintagel PL34 0DB, England)
Castle ruin located on the spectacular Atlantic coast. Definitely worth a visit. The scenery at the castle at Tintagel is outstanding.
(Bodelva, Par, St Austell PL24 2SG, UK)
Enjoy a walk through the largest indoor tropical rainforest Rainforest biome, Mediterranean biome, and more. A not to be missed attraction.