Not so little inside! The open plan living area has plenty of room.
Charming Little St Hugh.
You can sit out and enjoy the owners' garden.
The stylish kitchen and dining areas.
The gorgeous bedroom.
The toasty wood-burner, a welcome sight on those winter escapes.
The bedroom has a super comfy double bed.
The view from the bedroom.
The sitting-area has two comfy sofas so plenty of room to unwind and relax.
The open-tread stairs that lead up to the bedroom.
There are lovely touches throughout.
The owners have cleverly combined modern day living with their love of antiques and artefacts.
Lovely nautical themed linen - a reminder of how close you are to the sea.
The cottage bathroom is situated on the ground floor.
The pretty courtyard is yours to sit out and enjoy, There is joint access to Little St Hugh and  the owners' cottage down a side alleyway and over the courtyard.
Steps lead down to the garden - the owners live in the cottage to the right.
You are more than welcome to sit out in the garden.
There are lovely features outside too
The pretty harbourside village of Boscastle.
For those who like walking, you will be spoilt for choice whether you decide upon the mighty coastal footpath or wooded valleys.
A little further down the coast is Port Isaac of Doc Martin fame - it's well worth a visit.

Little St Hugh


Boscastle / Sleeps 2 + cot* (no children from 1 to 16)

Need more time? Reserve any cottage for up to 24 hours before booking

7 Nights from  £369

September 2019

Little St Hugh is perhaps the best appointed and equipped cottage we have ever stayed in. It is beautifully restored and furnished. There was not only everything in terms of cutlery, crockery, utensils etc. but there was plenty and it was of the highest quality. Unlike some properties which appear to full of cast-offs and second-rate things, Little St Hugh was decorated with some of the owners' precious objects and some lovely tasteful and interesting artwork. Just exceptionally good!

And of course Boscastle is wonderful. Walks on the Forrabury Stitches, the SW coast path and round the village were memorable. Also good were the farm shop and Napoleon pub. Fine visits to Pencarrow House and Gardens. And the wonderful Vega - small vegan restaurant - probably the best thing in Tintagel.

July 2019

Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Little St Hugh, host were lovely and friendly and left you to yourself but were there if needed for anything. Great little place to explore Cornwall and a visit to Boscastle from Prince Charles whilst we were there was an added bonus.

October 2018

We came in search of a cosy Cornish hideaway and Little St Hugh was just the perfect place. Lots of beautiful walks from the doorstep and great tips from our hosts who also gave us a lovely warm welcome on arrival. It’s a beautiful part of the world with great people, and we couldn’t have asked for a better home away from home! A wonderful week.

February 2018

Beautiful cottage that has recently been renovated to a very high standard. It is full of character and interesting bits and pieces which really makes it stand out from the usual self-catering places. Great location with lots of walks right from the door so we didn't have to use the car every day. The host was very friendly and even let us stay an extra night when we were unexpectedly snowed-in!

Good or bad, we publish all the reviews left by the guests who have stayed in this cottage, with the few exceptions stated in our Review Guidelines.