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Welcome to Cornwall

A stunning county offering something for everyone

PadstowPerched on the edge, Cornwall is able to offer a sublime mix of rich blue sea, stunning green countryside, rugged coastline and moorland.

Farm Stay Cornwall incorporates accommodation providers throughout the County all of whom are based in rural settings on working farms or properties nestling in the lush green Cornish countryside. 

Browse through a host of high quality and luxury Bed & Breakfast, Self Catering and Glamping accommodation to select a property that is most suited to your individual holiday needs.  

We look forward to hearing from you to book your accommodation - it couldn't be simpler!

Our Cornish membership will be proud to offer you welcoming Hospitality and award winning Breakfasts using as far as possible, a selection of local produce. Whether coming to Cornwall for a long stay or just a short break, your host will be delighted to share with you a wealth of local knowledge and plenty of ideas of things to do throughout your stay.

PrthcurnoCornwall is able to offer an abundance of stunning gardens throughout the county providing spectacular sights year round.  Deemed the eighth wonder of the world, the Eden project is always worth a visit. 

If your preference is something a little more natural, Heligan Gardens never disappoints.  A host of National Trust properties and historic houses can be explored in Cornwall including St Michaels Mount, Mount Edgcumbe, Lanhydrock, Cotehele, Trelissick and Antony House just to name a few! 

Staying in Cornwall means you will never be more than 20 miles from the coast.  Enjoy lazy days lying on the golden sands of one of the many beaches Cornwall has to offer. 

For those who prefer a little more activity, some great surf can be found on the north coast; enjoy a cycle around Cornwall's country lanes or go pony trekking to enjoy moorland and coastline views from horseback. 

Bodmin MoorInvestigate the mining history of Cornwall with a visit to Geevor in the south of the county. 

Take in some stunning views of the English Channel or Atlantic Ocean while walking the 300 miles of South West Coast Path that surrounds the county or simply potter about in the narrow cobbled streets of the many harbour towns and ports in Cornwall. 

Trace the steps of Poldark; Port Isaac to catch up with Doc Martin or explore the writing of Rosamund Pilcher or Daphne Du Maurier.

Mix a selection of the above with the knowledge of knowing that you can return to quality accommodation based in the stunning Cornish countryside and you are sure to have a winning recipe for a relaxing break that will provide long lasting memories.

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Whether you are looking for Self Catering, Glamping or Bed and Breakfast accommodation, booking a holiday in a Farm Stay property in Cornwall  could not be easier - just use the search or click on the quick links.

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