All our cottages are in CADGWITH and around the LIZARD PENINSULA - the most southernmost tip of England. Cadgwith is a pretty little coastal village on the rugged Lizard Peninsula, where thatched cottages huddle around a sheltered cove, the fishing fleet sets sail at sunrise, and time is measured by the ebb and flow of the tides. Just check out our properties - we are here on hand if you have any queries.
Our cottage letting agency offers around 50 holiday homes in this beautiful part of CORNWALL. Our cottages are a mixture of styles ranging from original thatched fisherman's cottages to contemporary modern homes - even a Carpenter's Hut!
If you have been watching This Fishing Life on BBC then you will have enjoyed seeing Cadgwith Cove and even Rick Stein was recently here on his latest series catching red mullet. You feel a real sense of community here in every village - Coverack, St Keverne, the Lizard. Why not make 2022 the year to discover this very special part of Cornwall?
To see all our cottages click "Properties". Alternatively use our search facility to find your perfect property.
PLEASE NOTE OUR PRICES FOR 2022 are subject to change just while we sort out confirmation of prices from our owners.
Our latest addition - Admiralty Cottage in Cadgwith - sea views, large garden, so so comfortable - make 2022 a year for that special holiday!
07 October 2009
Well what a wonderful experience, we had such a fantastic holiday in Dummers loft. Of a morning we got up and had that fab view of...
The Lizard area is a mixture of long sandy beaches, beautiful cliff walks and rolling green countryside interspersed with some of the loveliest of Cornwall's villages - CADGWITH COVE, COVERACK, ST KEVERNE, LIZARD VILLAGE, HELFORD, and RUAN MINOR.
This part of Cornwall really has something for everyone. Many of our cottages are DOG FRIENDLY and most have WIFI so just settle down to decide which cottage will suit you best and enjoy a perfect holiday in Cornwall.
In the gardens we are already seeing daffodils flowering! A reminder of just how mild Cornwall is compared to the rest of the country. Camellias and magnolias are just about to bloom so if visiting large gardens is your "thing" then this can be a good time to visit - the roads are quiet and the beaches are empty. Why not treat yourself to a holiday in February and March and discover the real beauty of Cornwall?
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