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Cornish Cottages Half-Term Savings

Cornish Cottages is offering savings of up to £200 this May half-term on a selection of family holiday cottages in coastal and countryside locations in south-west Cornwall.

The maximum saving applies to the recently-added Bay Retreat Villas – a development of stylish and contemporary two-bedroom holiday villas (each sleeping five) set within the St Merryn Holiday Village, with on-site facilities including a shop, bar/restaurant and tennis courts. The villas are within easy reach of the pubs and restaurants in St Merryn and Padstow – with its busy fishing harbour and Rick Stein’s eating establishments and shops – as well as seven fabulous bays including Constantine Bay and the superb sands of Daymar.  The week’s rental starting May 25 is reduced to £750 (saving £200).

Alternatively, a £100 saving is available at Pebbledene - a detached three bedroom property sleeping six which is set in large gardens including built-in BBQ and patio with garden furniture.  Surrounded by fields, it is close to the small fishing village of Coverack – with its crescent shaped beach – and is just 10 miles from the market town of Helston.  The cost of the week commencing May 24 is now £436 (saving £100).

For a family of four, Pippins is a two-bedroom property situated in the village of Mullion on the Lizard Peninsula – with its rugged coastline, small coves and wonderful cliff top walks.  The property is within easy reach of all the village amenities and is less than a mile from the sandy beach at Poldhu Cove.  The revised cost of the week’s rental starting May 25 is £450 (saving £58).

For more information, visit www.cornishcottages.co.uk

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Date Published:
10th May 2013


David Betterton
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