If you're on the hunt for a holiday cottage on the north coast of Cornwall, and you want a place with a little character, it's well worth having a look at "Bannisters" in St. Agnes. This holiday cottage is built from timber from a shipwreck 200 years ago. Sleeping 4 people in 2 bedrooms, the village location of Bannisters makes the restaurants, pubs, bakery, butchers, and other shops easily accessible. You’re also close to Trevaunance and Trevellas coves; the beaches at Perranporth and Newquay are within a short drive too. If you've ever thought of giving surfing a go, head for Fistral beach at Newquay for a lesson of surfing.
The 2 bedrooms at Bannisters are made up of 1 double and 1 single - so Bannisters can sleep 4 people. There's also a living room with a wood burning stove. Wi-Fi is available at Bannisters, so there's no need to stay away from the internet during your holiday here. Outside you'll find a small gravel garden where you can relax in the summer sun.
Holidays at Bannisters start on a Saturday.
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Warleigh Lodge in Plymouth, Devon. A holiday cottage with a difference, Warleigh Lodge was once the guard to the manor house. A Gothic style accommodation, Warleigh Lodge makes a great base to explore the sights and sounds of Devon. Sleeping 5 people, Warleigh Lodge is suitable for family getaways or for couples ho want to get away for a few days.
A collection of holiday cottage on the North Cornwal coast, Treworgie Barton near Bude sleeps between 2 and 12 people. The cottages at Treworgie Barton are Bligh, Braddon, Farmhouse, Chappell, Butterwell, Trespaddick, Warner, Manor, Priory, Duchy, Myll.