Cornwall Stays : The Best Cornwall Hotels
10 of the top Cornwall stays
Blessed with spectacular beaches and wild natural cliffs, Cornwall is England’s quintessential coastal retreat. Fiercely independent, Cornwall is home to ancient cultural sites, castles and historic museums to visit and ponder. You can choose from a wealth of excellent hotels, B&Bs and overnight stays when you visit Cornwall with Voyage Privé.
The best hotels and stays in Cornwall
This beach-side holiday park close to pretty Padstow offers ideal self-catering stays for families and friends. Goen is one of several cottages you can choose from on 27 acres of well-tended grounds just moment from sandy beaches.
This award-winning hotel in the heart of Falmouth offers unrivalled access to beaches, shopping districts and spectacular eateries around town. The hotel itself is tailored to couples looking to relax, with a well-regarded fish restaurant and indulgent spa facilities.
Situated in the picturesque port town of St Ives, this hotel offers excellent access to wide sandy beaches, bustling coastal restaurants and independent shops. The hotel itself overlooks the stunning Porthminster Bay, offering well-kept rooms and an on-site spa.
This excellent countryside cottage in St Kew is the perfect retreat for larger groups of 10. The cosy rooms offer tranquillity in the heart of Cornish nature, with pretty coastlines just a short drive away.
For a more contemporary take on camping, try these upscale yurts and cabins. The well-kept site is located just moment from Bude, a richly historic town with pretty views and charming eateries.
Escape to the calming coast of Polzeath, a picture-postcard town with sun-and-surf facilities and a spectacular coastal setting. Your accommodation sleeps up to 6 in a cosy self-catered cottage.
Experience a luxurious boutique hotel in the peaceful region of Redruth. Surrounded by luscious forests and well-manicured grounds, the hotel oozes style and sophistication. The hotel is just several miles from enchanting coastlines and atmospheric castles like Carn Brea.
This spectacular hotel in Land’s End, England’s westernmost point, offers breathtaking seaside views in idyllic and tranquil quarters. The area became renowned in the nineteenth-century, with historic coastal trails leading from rustic inns to the captivating tip of the breathtaking headland.
This dog-friendly coastal hotel is well placed just moments from Talland Bay’s beaches and a series of captivating caves and coves. Relax in the elegant dining room or stroll around the striking streets leading to the bay.
This pretty boutique hotel is a paradise for sail, surf and sun-seekers. Located in the engrossing village of Gorran Haven, you have access to two pretty sandy beaches which are flanked by picturesque whitewashed cottages and cobblestone lanes.
Services you will find in our Cornwall stays
- Fresh local produce
- Complimentary Wifi
- Flat Screen TV
- Spa and wellness centres
Going on holiday in Cornwall
Cornwall comes to life in summer, with favourably warm weather making beaches and seaside activities more pleasant. In general, the whole period from June to September is a great time to visit, but prepare for crowds and higher prices between July and August, the UK’s peak holiday times. Towns used to become more deserted in winter, but this is changing with plenty of excellent activities and attractions during colder months as well. As such, although swimming and surfing may be less attractive during the off-season, Cornwall remains a captivating destination for walking and weekend breaks.
Holiday rental offers in Cornwall convenient for all kinds of travel
Cornwall is a perfect destination for families, friends and couples. You’ll find everything from romantic coastal retreats with sumptuous haute cuisine and spa centres, to action-packed country hotels and cottage rentals for budding surfers, horse riders and hikers. Voyage Privé offers access to a wide range of luxurious hotels, B&Bs and rental stays.
The range of stays we offer in Cornwall
- Historic hotels
- Boutique hotels
- Self-catered cottages
- Upscale yurts
- Seafront hotels
Cornwall: What should we bring for a hotel stay?
- Beach attire
- Beach bag
- Good walking wear for hikes
- Travel towel
- Charger for electronic devices
Your best hotel in Cornwall: How to get there and make your booking
How to get to Cornwall
Cornwall is surprisingly remote, with a decent train network connecting most major towns and cities, including hotspots like Newquay, St Ives, Looe and Falmouth. However, road transport is generally the best way to navigate the area and locate the more picturesque beauty spots and remote hotels. Buses operate throughout the region too, with day and season tickets to and from major tourist spots.
How to book your hotel in Cornwall
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The opinion of the Voyage Privé travel expert on Cornwall
Cornwall is one of the UK’s most treasured coastal destinations. It’s home to some of the country’s most picture-postcard turquoise beaches and top surfing spots. What’s more, this ancient corner of Britain is steeped in rich history - from maritime pirates to Arthurian legends. Expect a blend of legendary castles and attractions, like King Arthur’s Tintagel Castle, and attractive fishing villages and towns offering up the freshest seafood beside chocolate-box cottages.
Cornwall: Explore a peninsula of rugged nature and pretty villages
When you’re not exploring Cornwall’s showstopper beaches, there are a wide variety of other natural sights and sounds to experience. The famed Eden Project, a nature centre with a rainforest biome, is among the county’s highlights. And then there are the prepossessing gardens, from the spectacular Tresco Abbey Garden to the aristocratic Trellissick. A trip to Cornwall allows you to escape into the heart of the British countryside, home to quaint villages and rugged wilderness.