Self Catering Cottage Ideas – Devon/Cornwall/Isle Of Wight
Trying to find somewhere for the summer hols and its proving to be a nightmare. Either places are bonkers expensive or they’re grotty looking chintz filled hell holes.
Looking for somewhere for 2 adults and two young (4 and 1) kids so somewhere with its own outdoor space would be ideal (or somewhere with a playground etc). Other than that, don’t really have any other needs.
Just wondering if anyone had any of their own recommendations??
CheersPosted 4 years ago
stayed here last year, very nice…Posted 4 years agoZukemonsterMember
If you want somewhere alternative to stay these guys have 2 cottages on their campsite. Not stayed at the cottages myself as we prefer our lovely tent… but my wife has looked around them and said they were lovely. Its on the hills above Penznace
Its an amazing place to stay with live music in their barn, or outside round campfires every night. Google Noongallas on you tube and you’ll see some of the music that happens there.
If you are looking for something for the kids there are loads of children who all play together on the campsite and beautiful woods to explore and play in.
Z.Posted 4 years agowrightysonMember
Do you or the good lady work in a school? We’ve decided to take a punt on the day the kids actually start back. It is supposed to be 5th September which is a Friday. We’re banking on it being an insect (sic) day.Posted 4 years ago
The reason we’ve booked this week is that a lot of the companies have reduced the prices by a good 20% from the week before as they’re probably not classing it as school holidays.
This link will give you an idea. Won’t link 4th edit do it yourself 😆
Any of these of interest?
Have stayed in the last one myself. It’s very nice – they’ll provide a cot for your youngest and the 4 year old would have their own room. No real outside space but both the beach and the Mount Edgcumbe estate are within a couple of mins walk. Couple of pubs also nearby and you can even get a ferry across to the Barbican in PlymouthPosted 4 years agoVan HalenMember
i think teh steep hill cove ones might be a bit damp at present!
also the ‘beach’ is a touristy hellhole in summer.
plus its on teh isle of wight which is, for the most part, horrible.
there are nice beaches further towards the needles but you have to camp. and there is NOTHING there.
sorry i have to spend too much time on the island (family)
i booked a cottage in ireland once that was nice.Posted 4 years ago
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