Places to Go

Top Three Beaches in Cornwall

The attractions on our guide are only open for review by unbiased guests who have stayed at our cottages, and the owners of those cottages. This gives you an honest appraisal of what's worth visiting when you're down this way.

With five star reviews, this little beach is a favourite with families: 

Finnygook beach


Finnygook Beach, Whitesand Bay, Cornwall

Convenient facilities, sandy and small - it's great for family visits. Here's what everyone said:

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Apparently it is worth the climb down...  

Bedruthan Steps beach by andybullock77

Bedruthan Steps Beach, north Cornwall

No lifeguards, but dogs are allowed all year. It's unusual, beautiful and only available at low tide . Plus there are lots of steps up to the National Trust car park, but we don't mind...

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Out and out winner as far as our reviews are concerned! 

Porthcurno beach

Porthcurno, practically Land's End, Cornwall

Well, anyone could've guessed! But this came top in our reviews for its pure beauty - stunning is an oft-overused word but it really does sum this place up. 

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