Discover the beauty of Cornwall with Farm Stay and plan your next holiday or short break to the countryside.
has emerged as one of the world's iconic year round holiday destinations. From the dramatic coastline of the north to the sheltered bays in the south, ancient moorland to soft river estuaries, surfers, walkers, sailing buffs, gastronauts and visitors simply seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Cornwall can tick all your holiday boxes without a doubt! Discover a fascinating vibrant culture, first class accommodation, food to die for and a natural beauty throughout the County that is sure to far exceed your expectations.
With so much to see and do, Cornwall is ideal for a family trip; a romantic getaway or a group holiday and with extended seasons, a holiday at any time of year is bcoming more of the norm.
Farm Stay offers a wide range of high quality Bed and Breakfast, Self-Catering and Glamping
accommodation in rural settings throughout Cornwall. From traditional Farmhouses to converted barns, quaint old cottages to modern eco arks and shepherds huts, single travellers to large groups, there is something to suit everyone making a holiday in Cornwall not just a visit to the countryside.
Once you've chosen your preferred accommodation, it's time to plan the rest of your stay. St. Michaels Mount; Cotehele; Trelissick and Lanhydrock are just a few of the National Trust
properties that can be visited in Cornwall. A host of gardens
including The Lost Gardens of Heligan with its abundance of year round colour are worthy of a visit. Dubbed as the 'Eighth Wonder of the World' The Eden Project is one of the most recommended attractions 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.
Looe and Polperro; Mevagissey and Fowey; Mousehole; St. Ives and Port Isaac; Tintagel and Boscastle are just a small selection of the old fishing harbours and ports
for which Cornwall is renowned for.
Walk sections of the South West Coastal Footpath
, 300 miles of which surrond Cornwall. An abundance of beaches
are easily accessible throughout the County. Wait to hear the daily weather forecast before making your choice - you are never more than 20 miles from the coast in Cornwall so the width and breadth of the County can be accessed from your selected accommodation. As well as golden sands, Cornwall also offers plenty to occupy the young visitor
- Cornwall's Crealy; the Otter Park in North Cornwall; the National Seal Sanctuary in the west of the County or Flambards are just a few of the attractions on offer. Explore Cornwall's mining history
; trace the footsteps of Poldark
or explore Port Isaac to find Doc Martin
So, if Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast,
a rural Self Catering cottage
is what you are looking for, search the Farm Stay properties listed below for a wide range of countryside properties. Whether you're in search of sun and sand; the patchwork quilt of the Cornish countryside; historical Cornwall or a simple relaxing break in idyllic surroundings, there is sure to be a property to suit your specific needs.
Cornwall - a County simply not to be missed.