• Hot tub
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Pet Friendly
  • Sky TV
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Sleeps 2

  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Private hot tub
  • Garden with outdoor dining area
  • Close to beach
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  • Shared hot tub and sauna
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Secluded garden with BBQ, patio and furniture
  • Peaceful surroundings

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Cornwall

For many, the UK's premier holiday destination is Cornwall it is famous for its mild weather, pristine beaches, idyllic villages and a host of tourist attractions.

The best way to enjoy all that this beautiful, county has to offer, is to book a holiday cottage with a hot tub, not only will this give you all the comforts of home, a perfect base from which to explore but also that added luxury of your own private hot tub.

Whether you are celebrating an anniversary, enjoying a romantic weekend break for two or a full-on family get together you will be sure to find the right accommodation and what could be a better end to a day on the beach, sightseeing or participating in one of the many activities Cornwall boasts, than relaxing in your secluded jacuzzi, with or without a glass of bubbly gazing at the stars.

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Cornwall's extensive coastline gives it one of the most dramatic and beautiful landscapes in the UK. Over a third of this majestic county is designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Steeped in history, with outstanding scenery Cornwall has something for everyone from 7-70 and once you have experienced its diversity you will want to return again and again.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Cornwall

Cornwall is the perfect place for spending lazy days relaxing on the beach, but no holiday is complete without a daytrip or two. We have compiled a list of some of the best attractions in Cornwall.

1. Eden Project

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Touted by some, as the eighth wonder of the world this incredible venture has become world famous since its completion in 2001. With multiple biomes covering an area the size of thirty football pitches it takes you from the sights, smells and of course plants of a tropical jungle to the olive groves and lemon trees in the Mediterranean glasshouse with almost 2 million plants from all over the world it is a fascinating day out for all the family.

2. Tintagel Castle

A medieval fortification thought to have been built in the 13th century and believed to be the birth-place of King Arthur. Situated among idyllic scenery and steeped in mystery why not explore nearby Merlin's cave before enjoying a typically Cornish cream tea at the Beach Cafe.

3. Blue Reef Aquarium

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Perfect for those days when the British weather interferes with your plans this Newquay Aquarium provides fun for all the family. With over 40 different displays including a giant Pacific Octopus this underwater adventure takes you on a fishy journey around the world.

4. The Lizard Peninsula

The Lizard Peninsula is Britain’s most southerly point, renowned for its geological formations and rare plants the coastal path attracts thousands of walkers each year. Bring your camera the landscape is unique and the stunning views are some of the best in the UK, earning it an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty tag.

5. The Flambards Experience

This is an amusement park with a mix of entertainment, indoor attractions and fun rides such as the Thunderbolt and Skyraker. Stare in wonder at life size dinosaurs on the Jurassic journey, stroll through a Victorian village or experience what life was like during the blitz. Plenty to do and see, take the kids for an unforgettable day out.

6. The Monkey Sanctuary

On the south coast between Seaton and Looe you will find Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary which has been rescuing different species of Monkey for over 50 years. The UK's only primate charity a visit here will be a fun and educational way to spend an afternoon.

7. Paradise Park

This is a zoo located in Hayle, Cornwall. It is home to 650 birds and animals. Among the events you can get involved in are; penguin feeding, the free flying bird show, feeding the parrots etc. Expect to see animals such as otters, red squirrels and red pandas.

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8. Trebah Gardens

This sub-tropical paradise can be found near Glendurgan Garden near Falmouth. It boasts beautiful views and the four miles of footpaths meandering to a secluded beach and exotic blooms offer visitors a year-round treat.

9. St. Michaels Mount

This is a beautiful tidal island located in the sea. It is one of the 43 islands in Britain where you can actually walk to when the tide subsides. Discover over a thousand years of history, take a tour of the castle and gardens or have a bite to eat in the island cafe.

10. The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Visit the beautiful Gardens of Heligan in Mevagissey, Cornwall. The gardens feature camellias, rhododendrons, an Italian garden, pineapple pit, subtropical ferns, vegetable garden, the jungle, The Georgian Ride and the Northern Summerhouse.

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