Hotels in Cornwall

Welcome to Cornwall

Tucked away in the south-west corner of England, Cornwall is the ultimate short breaks destination. With its dramatic Atlantic coastline, pretty fishing villages, brilliant waves, archaeological treasures, delicious local food plus a culture and language all of its own, it’s no wonder our Cornwall hotels are so popular for families, surfers and couples. 

Hotels in Cornwall
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4.5 Based on 9562 guest surveys
  • St. Austell

    Treverbyn Road Carclaze St Austell PL25 4EL
    (8 miles) Based on 1126 traveller reviews
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  • Truro

    Old Carnon Hill Carnon Downs Truro TR3 6JZ
    (10.3 miles) Based on 864 traveller reviews
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  • Wadebridge

    Gonvena Hill Wadebridge Cornwall PL27 6BN
    (13.3 miles) Based on 17 traveller reviews
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  • Bodmin

    Launceston Road Bodmin Cornwall PL31 2RW
    (14.2 miles) Based on 542 traveller reviews
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  • Camborne

    Treswithian Road Camborne Cornwall TR14 7NF
    (18.4 miles) Based on 801 traveller reviews
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  • Helston

    Clodgey Lane Helston Cornwall TR13 8FZ
    (21.9 miles) Based on 766 traveller reviews
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  • Hayle

    Carwin Rise Hayle Cornwall TR27 5DG
    (22.2 miles) Based on 834 traveller reviews
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  • Liskeard

    Liskeard Retail Park Haviland Road Liskeard PL14 3FG
    (23.5 miles) Based on 753 traveller reviews
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Cornwall area guide


As the only city in Cornwall, Truro most definitely deserves a visit. Check out the three-spired cathedral, learn about local history at the Royal Cornwall Museum, admire the Georgian Mansions, and take your pick of places to fill up on tasty Cornish food.

Bodmin Moor

Put on your walking shoes and hit Bodmin Moor. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is made up of peaks, heather moorland, medieval farms, ancient monuments, wildlife and myth. 

Eden Project

At the Eden Project, ecosystems from around the world are cultivated and maintained in the biggest greenhouses on earth. Walk through rainforest treetops, gaze up at giant palm trees and smell some of the world’s most pungent plants all without leaving Cornwall.


11 beaches, 7 miles of gorgeous coast and a lively vibe put Newquay in the ranks of the UK’s best seaside town. It’s also a surfers paradise thanks to its great waves. 

The Lizard Peninsula

Go as far south west as you can, and you’ll end up at the Lizard Peninsula. With its picture-postcard villages, formidable rugged coastline, clear blue waters and sandy beaches, you’ll think you’re in heaven.