The perfect Cornish escapeTrewhiddle
Spacious self-catering villas & cottages, minutes from the Cornish coastTrewhiddleEngland
Perfectly blending outdoor & indoor livingTrewhiddle
Spacious decks, acres of woodland and gorgeous playgroundsTrewhiddleEngland
Minutes from Mevagissey and CharlestownTrewhiddleOn the doorstep of charming, coastal villages and award-winning restaurantsTrewhiddleEngland
Surrounded by blissful beaches, gentle waters and soft sandsTrewhiddleWalk or cycle through woodland trails, meandering down to the seaTrewhiddleEngland
Holiday cottages in St Austell, South Cornwall - just minutes from the coast, in a picturesque woodland valley
Hidden at the end of a long drive, these luxurious 2, 3 and 4 bedroom self-catering villas and cottages near St Austell, South Cornwall will delight those looking for something truly special. Less than five minutes from the gentle waters and soft sands of the Cornish coastline, Trewhiddle offers peaceful coastal living alongside the incredible attractions, activities and adventures Cornwall has to offer.
For the laid-back holiday maker looking for a delicious dish or two, neighbouring Charlestown offers a great selection of contemporary eateries for couples and families, nestled around the iconic harbour and longships, recently made famous by the BBC's Poldark series. Tuck into the finest locally-sourced seafood and hand-poured cocktails at Loveday's, the juiciest steaks at the Longstore or indulge in lovingly-made cakes at Charlie's Coffee House - all a few minutes drive from your doorstep. If you're looking for something a little more fancy, there are also an incredible selection of Michelin star restaurants in Cornwall.
Providing the perfect spot to explore the Cornish coast, our holiday cottages in St Austell are also a short drive from the picture-postcard fishing villages of Mevagissey & Fowey, leading tourist attractions such as the Eden Project & Lost Gardens of Heligan and the blissful beaches of Gorran Haven, Carlyon Bay & Pentewan Sands.
The luxurious holiday cottages in St Austell are furnished with modern touches such as underfloor heating, private wooden decks and well-equipped self-catering kitchens and are spacious enough to accommodate large families and groups of friends (even man's best friend!). For young explorers, Trewhiddle has a private outdoor playground, on-site woodland trails, toy boxes and more, ensuring your little ones can safely explore and roam. For the more energetic, bring your bikes and discover the Pentewan Trail which takes you all the way to the beach, stopping in at The Ship Inn where you can sample the local ciders! (If the boot is already full, call our Concierge Team on 01625 416430 for details of local bike hire companies.)
The village of St Just in Roseland is 40 minutes away, famous for its 13th Century church set in riverside gardens luxuriantly planted with semitropical shrubs and trees. Other local highlights include Pentewan and Carrick Roads, a large natural harbour which connects Falmouth and Truro, which can be crossed on the King Harry Ferry. Trewhiddle is located just one mile from the beach at Pentewan and benefits from excellent transport links, on the doorstep of the central A30. The location makes it an ideal spot for a weekend break in Cornwall.
Bringing Cornwall closer than you think, Newquay Airport provides an easy link between the epic coastline and the rest of the United Kingdom. With daily, year-round flights from central cities such as Manchester and London, Newquay Airports route network expands substantially in the summer to include even more destinations. Whether you’re making a last minute dash to the beach or settling in for a long summer holiday, Nequay Airport takes the hassle out of travel. Trewhiddle Village is just 30 minutes from Arrivals, and with both hire car and reliable taxi options available on arrival, there are plenty of ways to explore!