Find My Favourite Holiday Cottages in Truro

Truro is the County town for Cornwall and has grown in style and grandeur over the years. Truro Cathedral sets the tone for this cosmopolitan and creative Cornish capital. As well as having a vibrant and stylish city to explore, holiday cottages in Truro are nicely located for exploring the Cornish coast and countryside.

exterior of a contemporary home with a balcony surrounded by lawns and trees
Sleeps
4
Bedrooms
2

Enjoy the tranquil setting of this home that's set in a fabulous woodland resort just a few miles from Truro. Features include a furnished patio as well as private balcony; and on-site facilities such as spa pool, fitness suite, bar and restaurant mean plenty to do whilst enjoying your Cornish break

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A stone-built Feock holiday cottage overlooks a flagstone patio with outdoor tables and chairs
Sleeps
6
Bedrooms
3

Discover the enchanting Blue Cottage in Feock, Cornwall. This traditional Cornish retreat oozes character with granite window seats, beamed ceilings, and an original Rayburn stove. Accommodating up to six guests, it's ideal for those seeking a cosy, historic escape. Relax by the open fire, explore the surrounding Roseland Peninsula, and enjoy watersports nearby. With three bedrooms, a charming garden, and proximity to St Mawes and Falmouth, Blue Cottage promises a quintessential Cornwall experience.

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Sleeps
5
Bedrooms
3

Baytree Cottage near Truro sleeps five guests in three bedrooms. From its idyllic location overlooking the tributary water of Restronguet Creek, this romantic and captivating holiday cottage offers a Five-star setting for year-round stays on the South coast of Cornwall.

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A terrace with chairs and table over look a lawn and mature darden.  Behind the terrace is a large holiday cottage with open floor-to-ceiling French windows.
Sleeps
10
Bedrooms
5

Large Cornish house on the banks of the River sleeping up to 10 in 5 bedrooms with 4 bathrooms. Facilities include a Media room, Wi-Fi and parking. One well-behaved dog is welcome. The beach and watersports centre is just a minute's walk away.

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Exterior of a contemporary house in Cornwall with a balcony overlooking a large lawned garden bordered with shrubs and trees.
Sleeps
4
Bedrooms
2

A lovely home just a short drive from Truro. Set within The Valley resort this property ticks all the boxes for a stylish retreat that's close to some fantastic amenities. Enjoy alfresco dining on your private patio or take a stroll through the beautiful surrounding woodland; the perfect getaway.

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There are many things to do and see in the area, including:

  1. Visit Truro Cathedral: The Cathedral is a beautiful landmark in the city and offers stunning architecture and history. Take a tour or attend a service.

  2. Eat Out: Truro is home to a tempting choice of bistros and restaurants. Enjoy seafood at Hooked Restaurant and Bar or Thai and Nepalise dishes at the Yak and Yetti.

  3. Explore the Royal Cornwall Museum: The museum showcases the history and culture of Cornwall and is home to a range of exhibits, including art, minerals, and archeology.

  4. Walk the South West Coast Path: The coastal path offers incredible views of the Cornish coastline and is a great way to explore the surrounding countryside. You can also take shorter walks to nearby beaches and smugglers coves.

  5. Visit Trelissick Garden: Located on the banks of the River Fal, Trelissick Garden is a beautiful botanical garden featuring a range of exotic plants and wildlife. It's a great place for a peaceful stroll.

  6. Take a trip to the beach: Truro is close to several beautiful beaches, including Perranporth, Porthtowan, and Portreath. Spend a day relaxing on the sand, surfing or exploring the rock pools.

  7. Explore the Cornish countryside: The countryside around Truro is home to a range of charming villages, rolling hills, and woodland areas. Take a drive or go on a hike and experience the natural beauty of the area.

  8. Visit the Hall for Cornwall: The Hall for Cornwall is a popular theatre in the city, hosting a range of shows and performances throughout the year.

  9. Embark on a boat trip: Explore the River Fal and the surrounding coastline by taking a boat trip from Truro to Falmouth. You can also go on a guided kayak tour or hire a paddleboard.