Why Book Our Self Catering Accommodation In Cornwall This Winter?

Self Catering Holiday Accommodation In Padstow

Why Book Our Self Catering Accommodation In Cornwall This Winter?

While Cornwall is its most busy in spring and summer, it has plenty to offer in autumn and winter. Many people like to book our self-catering holiday cottages in central Padstow during this season.

Those dark Cornish evenings can be highly evocative and atmospheric, while the misty mornings can make the beaches look uniquely beautiful. It’s unforgettable watching the tempestuous sea from the safety of a windswept clifftop.

Indeed, attractions like Bodmin Jail are their most spooky and intriguing at Halloween. As Dodie Smith once wrote, ‘They call them the haunted shores, these stretches of Devonshire and Cornwall and Ireland which rear up against the westward ocean. Mists gather here, and sea fog, and eerie stories.’

Since Cornwall is less busy in autumn and winter, you won’t have to worry about the crowds. Those deserted beaches are ideal for dogs, who can roam free like never before. Our holiday cottages could provide the perfect base for all your adventures.

Since our self-catering accommodation in Padstow is pet-friendly, it’s never been easier to take your pooch along.

Holiday in Padstow has seven beautiful holiday cottages to choose from, including one on the famous Camel Trail and another six in the centre of town.

If you’re looking for self-catering holiday cottages in Padstow, don’t forget to find out more about Holiday in Padstow today.

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Great Cottages - Furnished to the highest standards

Mr & Mrs Birchenall - Essex


V thoughtful - pleasant service, Many Thanks

Mr Wilson - Surrey


Great atmosphere - hot tub was exquisite

Mr Lee - New Zealand


Gorgeous place - you made our holiday special

Mr & Mrs Sandilands - Louth


Brilliant again, Thank you, Beaches are beautiful

Mr & Mrs Wilkinson - Warrington


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Coachyard Mews Holiday Cottages, Padstow, Cornwall
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