Sandy bays, sweeping estuaries, and unspoiled countryside can all be enjoyed on self-catering holidays in Millbrook. The village of Millbrook lies on the Rame Peninsula, at the head of a tidal creek. With Whitsand Bay on one side of the peninsula and the River Tamar estuary on the other, it is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular locations in Southeast Cornwall. Known for its wetlands, where a remarkable variety of rare birds can be spotted, this welcoming community is an excellent base for a break in Southwest England, within a few miles of the city of Plymouth.


Cutting-edge design and enviable views distinguish this luxury coastal cottage in Millbrook. Balconies with lake views, a furnished garden, big corner sofas and a cinema room invite relaxation, while the Cornwall coast waits to be explored just moments from this ultra-stylish 3-bedroom cottage.

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Take a wander into the village from your holiday cottage in Millbrook and you will discover a range of family-run businesses. There are a number of good pubs where you can enjoy a pint of Devon ale, including the Insworke Mill Quay and the Mark of Friendship. The Flower Boat Ritual has taken place every year, on the Mayday Bank Holiday, since the 14th century. A procession of dancers and singers make their way through the village, carrying a boat which is later launched to an accompaniment of fireworks. 

A holiday cottage in Millbrook is a great choice for visitors who want to explore the beautiful coast and countryside of South Cornwall and Devon. The Rame Head Heritage Coast is directly to the village’s south, with breathtaking stretches of the South West Coast Path to explore. Further west, the pretty villages of Portwrinkle, Seaton and Looe, and the Polperro Heritage Coast are all well worth a visit. Ancient woods and riverside walks can be enjoyed in the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, to Millbrook’s north, while on the other side of the Devon border, the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is home to sandy beaches, hidden coves and peaceful estuaries.