A holiday cottage in Whitsand Bay is hard to beat if you want to make the most of the spectacular south Cornwall coast. This dramatic sweep of golden sand and towering cliffs stretches for three uninterrupted miles, from Portwrinkle to Rame Head. Whether you want to walk the Southwest Coast Path, surf or sunbathe, self-catering holidays in Whitsand Bay have plenty to offer. Known locally as ‘The Forgotten Corner of Cornwall’, Whitsand Bay is a rugged stretch of coast located in southeast Cornwall, near the Devon border. The surrounding Cornish countryside is a walkers’ paradise, with wooded valleys, meadows and historical gardens to explore. The Southwest Coast Path runs the entire length of the bay, offering breathtaking views across the sea, towards France, and the chance to spot dolphins and basking sharks. The bay’s pristine beaches are wonderfully undeveloped and solitude is easy to find, despite the close proximity of the city of Plymouth. Follow steep steps down the cliffs to the sand, search for starfish and crabs in the rockpools at low tide and watch the sunset on the horizon at the award-winning View Café or Eddystone Café. Divers won’t want to miss HMS Scylla, a naval frigate which sunk and formed an artificial reef.
With far-reaching sea views from its lofty location above Whitsand Bay in Cornwall, Laburnham is a beautifully furnished, wekll-equipped, warm and cosy 'front line' holiday lodge.Is sleeps 2-4 in comfort and style at any time of year. Includes 2 surfboards! Pets welcome.
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 1
- Bathrooms 1
The Dell: a cliff-top holiday cottage in Cornwall with panoramic sea views over Whitsand Bay. A real romantic bolthole for two. Dine out on warm summer evenings on a glass-fronted deck overlooking the ocean, or spend winter evenings listening to the waves roar from the warmth of your king-size bed.
- Sleeps 2
- Bedrooms 1
- Bathrooms 1
Whitsand Bay holiday cottages are perfect if you want to visit the ancient fishing villages, rocky coves and charming resorts on the south coasts of both Devon and Cornwall. To the west, Looe, Polperro and Fowey are well worth a visit, with great seafood, independent shops and a history of smuggling. Heading eastwards from Whitsand Bay, you’ll soon reach the cosmopolitan city of Plymouth, where shopping, museums, galleries and a lively nightlife can be enjoyed. Nearby, pastel-coloured cottages and sand and shingle beaches make the villages of Cawsand and Kingsand delightful day trips. Neigbouring Mount Edgcumbe Park is home to glorious gardens, follies, temples and a grand Tudor house.