Accommodation directory for Cornwall, England. Hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfasts, B&B, inns, self catering holiday cottages and apartments. Places to stay for both business and pleasure.
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Cornwall England UK Accommodation United Kingdom Hotels Self Catering Holiday Cottages Bed and Breakfasts Guest Houses Apartments Inns West Country Falmouth Hayle Penzance St Anthony in Roseland St Ives Bude Bodmin Boscastle Crackington Haven Newquay Padstow Perranporth Tintagel Wadebridge Fowey Looe Lostwithiel St Austell Launceston Liskeard Torpoint Mevagissey Polperro Helston Tamar Valley Coverack St Clether Mithian Mullion Gulval Port Isaac Truro Ruan High Lanes Marazion Porthleven Rock Carnmenellis Lamorna Porthcurno Porthtowan  Portreath Polzeath Sennen St Just St Keverne Veryan Lanreath St Mawes Lanreath Quethiock Saltash  Roseland Callington Camelford Daymer Bay Kilkhampton Morwenstow St Issey St Tudy Widemouth Bay Mousehole
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Carnmenellis
Coverack
Falmouth
Gulval
Hayle
Helston
Lamorna
Marazion
Mousehole
Mullion

Penzance
Porthcurno
Porthleven
Porthtowan
Portreath
Roseland
Sennen
St Ives
St Just
St Keverne
Truro
Veryan

Fowey
Lanreath
Looe
Lostwithiel
Mevagissey
Polperro
St Austell
St Mawes
Tregony

 

   

Bude
Bodmin
Boscastle
Camelford
Crackington Haven
Daymer Bay
Morwenstow
Newquay
Padstow
Perranporth
Polzeath

Port Isaac

Rock
St Clether
St Issey
St Tudy
Tintagel
Wadebridge
Widemouth Bay

Callington
Launceston
Liskeard
Quethiock
Tamar Valley
Torpoint
Saltash

   

The old smugglers' coves and pirate villages of Cornwall's southern coast blend into the grand houses, subtropical gardens and mining towns and village's inland, whose industrial prosperity once financed their construction. Bodmin Moor scattered with granite boulders, forms the 'roof' of Cornwall. The rugged Atlantic coast leads to sandy beaches favoured by surfers and visitors alike. The granite mass of Land's end at the end of the Cornish peninsula, the farthest point west on the mainland of England. Cornwall is an area steeped in the history of King Arthur, with shipwrecks, smugglers and strange happenings in the subterranean world of tin miners.

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