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Villa for 10 people, with garden and hot tub, with pets10 pers., 4 bedrooms, 1.7km to the beach

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£163
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Villa for 4 people, with balcony4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 250m to the beach
4.8
(14 reviews)

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£46
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Villa for 4 people, with balcony and ocean view, with pets4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 200m to the beach
3.9
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£134
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Villa for 6 people, with garden and pool as well as sauna and hot tub, child-friendly6 pers., 2 bedrooms, 650m to the beach
4.5
(188 reviews)

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£597
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Villa for 10 people, with view, child-friendly10 pers., 5 bedrooms, 150m to the beach

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£217
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Villa for 9 people, with ocean view and garden, child-friendly9 pers., 4 bedrooms, 148m², 1.4km to the beach
5.0
(17 reviews)

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£81
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Villa for 6 people, with garden, with pets6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 4.4km to the beachFREE cancellation
4.9
(7 reviews)

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Villa for 8 people, with view8 pers., 4 bedrooms, 250m to the beach

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£64
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Villa for 4 people4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 200m to the beachFREE cancellation
4.4
(7 reviews)

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£71
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Villa for 6 people, child-friendly6 pers., 2 bedrooms, 78m², 100m to the beachFREE cancellation
4.0
(37 reviews)

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£108
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Villa for 16 people, with view and terrace, with pets16 pers., 4 bedrooms, 600m to the beach

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£502
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Villa for 13 people, with garden, with pets13 pers., 7 bedrooms, 2.6km to the beach

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£130
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Villa for 4 people, with pets4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 80m², 9.6km to the beach

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£77
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Villa for 3 people, with garden3 pers., 2 bedrooms, 95m², 4km to the beachFREE cancellation

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£89
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Villa for 6 people, with garden6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 120m², 4km to the beachFREE cancellation

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£270
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Villa for 13 people, with garden, with pets13 pers., 5 bedrooms, 300m to the beach
4.6
(20 reviews)

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£54
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Villa for 3 people, with garden3 pers., 2 bedrooms, 85m², 80m to the beachFREE cancellation
4.7
(4 reviews)

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£153
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Villa for 10 people, with sauna and balcony as well as pool and hot tub10 pers., 4 bedrooms, 102m², 7.6km to the beach
4.2
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Highlights in Cornwall

  • Spectacular coastal destination
  • Amazing recreation places
  • Cultural sites

Most popular amenities for Villas in Cornwall

Internet 6,059
Pets allowed 3,273
Balcony/Terrace 1,769
TV 6,230
Garden 4,488
Parking 5,686
Washing machine 5,359
View 2,099
Heating 6,005

Villas in Cornwall

Beautiful spacious villas near the best attractions to suit all tastes

If you are looking for relaxing villas near breathtaking beaches and varied cultural and recreational sites, Holidu has the perfect place for you to stay in the dreamy landscapes of Cornwall. Located in South West England, Cornwall offers many nearshore villas to enjoy its inviting blue waters. Whether you prefer to relax on the sand or venture with water sports, such as surf, it is guaranteed that this magical location has the perfect beach for you. Besides water activities, there are plenty of recreational places, cultural sites such and more that make Cornwall an ideal destination to spend any holiday.

Ideal for families and friends

This destination offers villas of all styles, from cosy and picturesque to more modern and luxurious ones, with all the amenities. And most of them are pet-friendly too! These beautiful villas with plenty of space, terraces, gardens, pools, and more are the perfect option for an unforgettable vacation. Ready to enjoy the incomparable villas in Cornwall?

Travellers and activities

Cornwall for nature lovers

If you enjoy outdoor activities and sports, Cornwall is exactly what you are looking for. On the north coast, you will find many beaches perfect for a good day of surf and many other water sports such as paddling and kayaking. For those who are looking for calmer waters, the south coast offers many family-friendly beaches, as well as quiet coves to enjoy safe, but fun and relaxing beach days. If, on the other hand, you are looking for nature-related land activities, it is a must for anyone who visits Cornwall to spend a day at the Eden Project, a magnificent facility composed of eye-catching domes emulating natural biomes which host thousands of plant species. Cornwall is also famous for its many gardens and wildlife sanctuaries. Another not-to-be-missed attraction for those who enjoy the sights of nature Land’s End, the westernmost point of Cornwall, and an extraordinary natural landmark that never fails to amaze tourists with its breath-taking views and famous historical attractions.

Cornwall for art and culture lovers

Cornwall is well-known for boasting great cultural sites such as castles and museums for those who enjoy exploring the art and heritage of the place and its population. Near Falmouth is the Pendennis Castle, an artillery fort constructed by Henry VIII between 1539 and 1545. This extraordinary edification –which played a vital role during the two World Wars– nowadays takes its visitors back in time to the castle’s war periods, since Tudor times to World War II, thanks to the splendid work of its knowledgeable guides and the antiques and replicas preserved in the castle. If you are interested in more art-related activities, you can take a tour of the many museums found in Cornwall. Many of them are run by volunteers or history enthusiasts and are an excellent way of getting to know this place from its prehistoric roots to the present day. Moreover, the many art galleries in Cornwall will immerse you in the creative scene. In these galleries, you will explore architectonic designs, nature-related, vintage, and modern-day art that will surely leave you inspired and amazed.

Cornwall has the longest coastline in the United Kingdom and has over 300 beaches! Along its dramatic coastline, you can find all sorts of beaches, from white sand beaches to pebbly ones, as well as secluded coves with inviting turquoise waters.

Top 7 travel tips in Cornwall

1. Try the famous Cornish pasties

This humble but delicious recipe is considered to be Cornwall’s national dish and is an important part of British heritage, and you have to try them out! These pasties are traditionally made of a pastry case filled with diced beef, potato, swede, and onion and are believed to have been originated with Cornish tin miners who often had their hands dirty from mine work and needed to feed themselves without contaminating the food, therefore, the Cornish pasty was made with a large crust to hold on that would later be thrown away to avoid poisoning.

2. Spend a day in Flambards Experience theme park

If you're looking for a fun day out with family or friends, the Flambard Experience is an opportunity not to be missed. Whatever the weather, this wonderful park offers attractions for everyone to enjoy. From thrilling rides to realistic displays of a Victorian villa and life-size recreation of a street during WWII.

3. Enjoy the Hangloose experience at The Eden Project

Get a good dose of adrenaline with the extraordinary high altitude experience provided by The Eden Project. At the heart of this wonderful environmental complex, you will find the Hangloose Adventure, a project designed for adrenaline junkies that includes six thrilling options such as flying on England's longest and fastest zip wire, tackling an aerial assault course, plummeting in a giant swing and much more.

4. Take a ride at the Bodmin & Wendford Railway.

A nostalgia-filled journey through the Cornish countryside on the only full-size railway still regularly operated by steam locomotives may be just what you need to relax in style. Trains operate from Bodmin General, the main station on the line, to both Bodmin Parkway station and Boscarne Junction, which is located just off the Camel Trail recreational and cycle path and buffet services are offered both at the stations and on the train. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery and special events organised throughout the year by the company. Enjoy this wonderful 13-mile journey where you can take a glimpse into the past with the comforts of the present and experience Cornwall in a truly unique way.

5. Discover The Lost Gardens of Heligan

The recovery of these magnificent gardens lost in time is the work of the creator of The Eden Project, Tim Smit. After the First World War, these gardens fell into a state of neglect until this entrepreneur and other enthusiasts restored it to its original splendour and today it is one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK. You can see productive gardens where fruit and vegetables are grown, lush flowers, an Italian garden, and a stunning wild subtropical area called "The Jungle". This wonderful botanical gem of over 200 acres is a paradise for nature lovers featuring different types of gardens and ecosystems to delight the visitor with experiences ranging from the wildest to the most romantic ones.

6. Visit The Minack Theatre

Have you ever dreamt of enjoying a play under the starlight? Minack Theatre makes that and more possible. This open-air theatre was carved out of the rocky granite surface of a cliff and was designed by Rowena Cade, a woman with a passion for theatre who saw great potential in this place. Visitors can enjoy over 200 live performances each year, including plays, musicals, opera, music, and children's events, while enjoying Cornwall's wonderful sea breeze and stunning sea views.

7. Travel back in time to the 18th century at the Geevor Tin Mine

Cornwall is famous for its mining heritage. In the past, the county was largely involved in tin and copper mining. The former North Levant tin mine, Geevor, is now a museum and heritage centre that has become a living history of a working tin mine that takes people to discover what life was like as a Cornish miner in an educational and fun experience that brings the whole family together

Villas in Cornwall

Beautiful spacious villas near the best attractions to suit all tastes

If you are looking for relaxing villas near breathtaking beaches and varied cultural and recreational sites, Holidu has the perfect place for you to stay in the dreamy landscapes of Cornwall. Located in South West England, Cornwall offers many nearshore villas to enjoy its inviting blue waters. Whether you prefer to relax on the sand or venture with water sports, such as surf, it is guaranteed that this magical location has the perfect beach for you. Besides water activities, there are plenty of recreational places, cultural sites such and more that make Cornwall an ideal destination to spend any holiday.

Ideal for families and friends

This destination offers villas of all styles, from cosy and picturesque to more modern and luxurious ones, with all the amenities. And most of them are pet-friendly too! These beautiful villas with plenty of space, terraces, gardens, pools, and more are the perfect option for an unforgettable vacation. Ready to enjoy the incomparable villas in Cornwall?

Travellers and activities

Cornwall for nature lovers

If you enjoy outdoor activities and sports, Cornwall is exactly what you are looking for. On the north coast, you will find many beaches perfect for a good day of surf and many other water sports such as paddling and kayaking. For those who are looking for calmer waters, the south coast offers many family-friendly beaches, as well as quiet coves to enjoy safe, but fun and relaxing beach days. If, on the other hand, you are looking for nature-related land activities, it is a must for anyone who visits Cornwall to spend a day at the Eden Project, a magnificent facility composed of eye-catching domes emulating natural biomes which host thousands of plant species. Cornwall is also famous for its many gardens and wildlife sanctuaries. Another not-to-be-missed attraction for those who enjoy the sights of nature Land’s End, the westernmost point of Cornwall, and an extraordinary natural landmark that never fails to amaze tourists with its breath-taking views and famous historical attractions.

Cornwall for art and culture lovers

Cornwall is well-known for boasting great cultural sites such as castles and museums for those who enjoy exploring the art and heritage of the place and its population. Near Falmouth is the Pendennis Castle, an artillery fort constructed by Henry VIII between 1539 and 1545. This extraordinary edification –which played a vital role during the two World Wars– nowadays takes its visitors back in time to the castle’s war periods, since Tudor times to World War II, thanks to the splendid work of its knowledgeable guides and the antiques and replicas preserved in the castle. If you are interested in more art-related activities, you can take a tour of the many museums found in Cornwall. Many of them are run by volunteers or history enthusiasts and are an excellent way of getting to know this place from its prehistoric roots to the present day. Moreover, the many art galleries in Cornwall will immerse you in the creative scene. In these galleries, you will explore architectonic designs, nature-related, vintage, and modern-day art that will surely leave you inspired and amazed.

Cornwall has the longest coastline in the United Kingdom and has over 300 beaches! Along its dramatic coastline, you can find all sorts of beaches, from white sand beaches to pebbly ones, as well as secluded coves with inviting turquoise waters.

Top 7 travel tips in Cornwall

1. Try the famous Cornish pasties

This humble but delicious recipe is considered to be Cornwall’s national dish and is an important part of British heritage, and you have to try them out! These pasties are traditionally made of a pastry case filled with diced beef, potato, swede, and onion and are believed to have been originated with Cornish tin miners who often had their hands dirty from mine work and needed to feed themselves without contaminating the food, therefore, the Cornish pasty was made with a large crust to hold on that would later be thrown away to avoid poisoning.

2. Spend a day in Flambards Experience theme park

If you're looking for a fun day out with family or friends, the Flambard Experience is an opportunity not to be missed. Whatever the weather, this wonderful park offers attractions for everyone to enjoy. From thrilling rides to realistic displays of a Victorian villa and life-size recreation of a street during WWII.

3. Enjoy the Hangloose experience at The Eden Project

Get a good dose of adrenaline with the extraordinary high altitude experience provided by The Eden Project. At the heart of this wonderful environmental complex, you will find the Hangloose Adventure, a project designed for adrenaline junkies that includes six thrilling options such as flying on England's longest and fastest zip wire, tackling an aerial assault course, plummeting in a giant swing and much more.

4. Take a ride at the Bodmin & Wendford Railway.

A nostalgia-filled journey through the Cornish countryside on the only full-size railway still regularly operated by steam locomotives may be just what you need to relax in style. Trains operate from Bodmin General, the main station on the line, to both Bodmin Parkway station and Boscarne Junction, which is located just off the Camel Trail recreational and cycle path and buffet services are offered both at the stations and on the train. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery and special events organised throughout the year by the company. Enjoy this wonderful 13-mile journey where you can take a glimpse into the past with the comforts of the present and experience Cornwall in a truly unique way.

5. Discover The Lost Gardens of Heligan

The recovery of these magnificent gardens lost in time is the work of the creator of The Eden Project, Tim Smit. After the First World War, these gardens fell into a state of neglect until this entrepreneur and other enthusiasts restored it to its original splendour and today it is one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK. You can see productive gardens where fruit and vegetables are grown, lush flowers, an Italian garden, and a stunning wild subtropical area called "The Jungle". This wonderful botanical gem of over 200 acres is a paradise for nature lovers featuring different types of gardens and ecosystems to delight the visitor with experiences ranging from the wildest to the most romantic ones.

6. Visit The Minack Theatre

Have you ever dreamt of enjoying a play under the starlight? Minack Theatre makes that and more possible. This open-air theatre was carved out of the rocky granite surface of a cliff and was designed by Rowena Cade, a woman with a passion for theatre who saw great potential in this place. Visitors can enjoy over 200 live performances each year, including plays, musicals, opera, music, and children's events, while enjoying Cornwall's wonderful sea breeze and stunning sea views.

7. Travel back in time to the 18th century at the Geevor Tin Mine

Cornwall is famous for its mining heritage. In the past, the county was largely involved in tin and copper mining. The former North Levant tin mine, Geevor, is now a museum and heritage centre that has become a living history of a working tin mine that takes people to discover what life was like as a Cornish miner in an educational and fun experience that brings the whole family together.

FAQs: Villas in Cornwall

Which facilities are the most important for travellers for their holiday in Cornwall?

Judging by the database from Holidu, when holiday-makers search for villas in Cornwall, the most utilised amenities are: Wi-Fi (23%), garden (17%), and balcony (16%). Last year, the majority of researchers used at least one of these filters when finding the perfect villa.

Which types of facilities can you expect to find in the villas in Cornwall?

In terms of the facilities you can find on Holidu, it appears that the villas in Cornwall benefit from everything that holiday-makers desire! Here, the villas generally offer a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (71%), barbecue (41%), and balcony (41%)...Pretty cool!

How are the villas usually rated in Cornwall?

On average, the villas here are rather highly rated. Judging by the Holidu data, 24% of villas have a rating equivalent to or higher than 4.5 stars. A percentage high enough to confirm that there are quite a few that are very comfortable and will be the perfect choice for your next holiday.

Are the villas in Cornwall child-friendly?

According to the Holidu database, 59% of villas in Cornwall are suitable for families with children, it will therefore not be difficult to find the ideal villa for you and your children.

Are the villas in Cornwall suitable for holiday-makers and their pets?

Certainly! In Cornwall, 41% of the villas offer the possibility for travellers to take their pets with them, 38% even have a garden!

Do the villas in Cornwall often offer Wi-Fi?

Of course! According to last year's data, 71% of villas in Cornwall have an internet connection. So don't panic, you will be able to stay connected throughout your stay!

What are the prices like for villas in Cornwall?

Most of the villas in Cornwall (50%) roughly cost less than £100 a night. Therefore, this destination is perfect for finding an affordable villa!

Do the villas in Cornwall typically have a fireplace or a pool?

Definitely! According to the data collected last year, the villas in Cornwall have everything you need all year round. Here, 26% have a fireplace and 12% a pool.

Are the villas in Cornwall suitable for stays in big groups or better for a holiday as a small group?

According to the data collected last year by Holidu, 91% of villas are made for up to four guests. Approximately 100% of the villas here include at least two separate bedrooms. Cornwall is the ideal destination for going in small groups, with family or friends!

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