Welcome to the Into Cornwall guide to staying in Cornwall.
Cornwall offers its visitors a huge variety of excellent holiday accommodation from fine hotels and self catering holiday cottages to caravan parks, backpacking hostels, holiday parks and camp sites.
We provide you with concise listings and detailed information for all our featured accommodation. For each holiday accommodation you will find:
Our Cornwall Holiday Accommodation Directory gives you quick and easy access to find all types of holiday accommodation with something to suit every budget.
For visitors who decide they want to stay in Cornwall for a longer time, staying for six months or more to check Cornwall's suitability before moving here permanently to buy a house or rent accommodation, Cornwall has a wide variety of long let accommodation and property for rent from house rental, rooms to rent, bedsits, flats, studios and apartments.
Office space and commercial property are also available for businesses wishing to relocate to Cornwall.
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Where to stay for your holiday in Cornwall
Each area of Cornwall has its own unique qualities which makes Cornwall such a popular destination for visitors from all over the world.
The rugged north coast in North Cornwall including Bude, Widemouth Bay, Crackington Haven and Tintagel offers magnificent beaches, sweeping bays, high cliffs and a wealth of history, legends and folklore.
North coast resorts at Newquay, Perranporth, St Agnes, Porthtowan and Portreath are famous for their surf and their family friendly beaches and have a huge variety of accommodation available with something for every budget.
South coast towns and villages in the Land's End area at Penzance, Marazion, Lamorna, Praa Sands and Porthcurno offer great sandy beaches, attractions and have plenty of accommodation and facilities closeby for perfect family holidays.
Bodmin Moor extending from Camelford in the north west to Looe and South East Cornwall covers a huge area with its myriad of historic towns, villages and natural attractions including Bodmin, Launceston and St Neot offering a wide range of stimulating leisure activities for visitors.
Cornish fishing villages with traditional cottages still retaining their character and charm, can be found dotted around the Cornish coastline including Port Isaac, St Ives and Sennen on the north coast and at Mousehole, Newlyn, Porthleven, Mullion and Mevagissey on the south coast.
Cornwall's riverside towns have much to offer the visitor. At Padstow and Wadebridge on the River Camel, Hayle, Helford between Falmouth and the Lizard Peninsula, Fowey and Looe you will find luxurious hotels, a huge variety of bed and breakfast accommodation, holiday cottages and accommodation to suit all budgets.
Historic Cornish towns such as Liskeard in the south east of Cornwall, St Austell famous for its association with Cornish china clay and its proximity to the Eden Project biomes, Penryn with its ancient collegiate church and now one of the main sites for University College Falmouth, Helston famous for its Flora Day, Camborne and Redruth, important centres in Cornwall's World Heritage Site and Cornwall's cathedral city of Truro all have visitor accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets including rooms to rent, hotels, guest houses, cottages, campsites and touring parks.
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