Charity

We love where we live and are keen to do our bit to help out in the communities we're connected to. Whether it's looking after the environment or raising money for local causes, we try to get involved when and where we can.

Classic Cottages support the Cornwall AONB Trust

At Classic, we are passionate about caring for our local communities and environments in which we live and work. That’s why we are delighted to be supporting the Cornwall AONB Trust this year.

Dominique Adams

Classic Cottages support Cornwall Wildlife Trust

At Classic, we recognise the importance of protecting the wonderful wildlife on our doorstep. And that’s why we are delighted to be supporting the important work of Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Nature Reserve Fund.

Dominique Adams

Classic Cottages support The Grand Appeal

Classic Cottages are delighted to be supporting The Grand Appeal with their important fundraising to support families with a critically ill child in hospital. Take a look at their story and how we were able to help…

Dominique Adams

Classic Cottages support the South West Coast Path

Here at Classic, we all love the beautiful coast path walks on our doorstep and that’s why we are delighted to be supporting the South West Coast Path with their Mile Maker campaign.

Dominique Adams

Cadgwith Fishing Cove Trust Auction

Our very own writer Lizzie Heather lives just up the road from the cove and has written a great story about the auction and the community effort to save a piece of history there.

Liz Arnell

Visit Hannah's at Seale Hayne

Finding somewhere new that keeps 3 small children entertained for a day and has free entry and free parking is like the Holy Grail for a parent, especially over the summer holidays when paid-entry activities soon mount up. Hannah's child friendly and cheap place for families to visit.

Philip Eley

Family Holidays: Donkey Sanctuary

Famously there is no entry fee and no car parking charge for visiting the Sanctuary. We’re an open charity and people are welcome to visit 365 days a year. The donkeys are here and need feeding, so we’ll be open!

James Chubb