B&B Farm Accommodation in Cornwall
With so much to see and do, Cornwall has become a year round visitor destination that never fails to disappoint at any time of year. Combine being well looked after by one of our Farm Stay hosts with trips out touring in some of the most idyllic sights in the country and you are sure to have a winning combination.
Offering a wide range of quality and sometimes quirky B&B accommodation on working farms and in countryside properties scattered throughout the county, Farm Stay Cornwall is able to offer a range of accommodation all based in peaceful, rural locations. Enjoy home cooked Cornish breakfasts using great Cornish produce before spending lazy days exploring the county.
Once you've sorted your B&B with us, it's time to plan the rest of your holiday. The county is wrapped in over 300 miles of Coastal Footpath where you can explore the rugged coastline and take in great views of the Atlantic Ocean or English Channel.
For the less energetic, simply laze away the days with a good book on one of the many beaches with golden sands the county has to offer.
Visit some of the many gardens, National Trust properties or historic houses in Cornwall - The Lost Gardens of Heligan; Trelissick; Trengwainton; Lanhydrock; Cotehele or Mount Edgcumbe to name just a few. Or just spend relaxing days watching the slower pace of life found in the quaint little fishing ports and harbour towns around the edge of the County.
To keep the children entertained, there are various activities on the beach for them to enjoy including some of the worlds best surf on the North Cornish coast. The Monkey sanctuary, seal sanctuary, Otter Sanctuary or Owl sanctuary all provide entertaining days out or visit one of the many child based attractions where they are sure to dispose of excess energy.
Dubbed as the 'Eighth Wonder of the World' The Eden Project is the recommended attraction for tourists to visit whilst staying in Cornwall. Promising an interesting day out, there is much more to The Eden Project than greenhouses and plants.