Truro is the County town for Cornwall and has grown in style and grandeur over the years. Truro Cathedral sets the tone for the city full of Cornish-style pomp and ceremony. Most of the serious business of the County is conducted in the city with the courts and the County Hall based there. This tiny colourful city is full of charming shops, bars and restaurants and sits at the head of the River Fal, allowing visitors to take a scenic boat trip down the estuary to Falmouth.
Huge Cornish house on the banks of the River sleeping up to 10 in 5 bedrooms with 4 bathrooms. Facilities include Media room, Wi-Fi and parking. One well behaved dog is welcome. The beach and watersports centre is just a minutes walk away.
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.
Trencreek Farmhouse is a superbly-appointed detached Grade II listed farmhouse set on seven acres of woodland near Tregony a short drive from the Cornish coast. The pet-friendly cottage offers beautiful views, a woodburning stove and contemporary fittings drawn together with subtle refinement.
This lovely home is set within a beautiful gated woodland just ten minutes drive from Truro. With wonderful on site facilities including a swimming pool, restaurant, fitness suite and spa pool this property also welcomes pets, so is ideal if you love taking your four-legged friends on holiday too.
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
- Crackington Haven
- Harlyn Bay
- Lamorna Cove
- Mawgan Porth
- Praa Sands
- St Agnes
- St Austell
- St Columb Major
- St. Ives
- St. Just