There is nothing better than getting away from the dark mornings and drizzly days to warm sunny climates for a winter getaway. However if dusting off the summer wardrobe, a 15 hour flight, navigating busy holiday airports and a large dent in the Christmas fund isn’t your idea of festive fun why not consider a holiday to Cornwall? Deserted beaches, beautiful scenery and cosy pubs await those needing a getaway from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Forgotten Houses holiday homes are ideal for large family celebrations, time away with friends or a romantic retreat over the festive period; you can even take the dog! Enjoy walking in a winter countryside, warming fingers and toes by the log burner or cooking up a storm in one of our many lovely country kitchens.
To tempt you down to the west country for a winter retreat filled with food, wellies and cosy knits here are some special offers we have available over the next couple of months.
Sleeps up to 7 people Beautiful St. Yse Cottage on the North Cornish coast, near Tintagel. Everything you could want from a holiday cottage. Fabulous location at the top of the Rocky Valley – but only a short distance to the beautiful cove at Bossiney. This property has 3 wood burning stoves and triple glazing to keep you toasty as the temperatures outside fall.
Josiah’s Cottage at St. Endellion, near Port Isaac. Lovely cottage with enclosed garden on a working farm, a perfect base for exploring the north coast of Cornwall. Available through the autumn and winter. Oil fired central heating. Also Waggon House at St. Endellion, on the same farm. Oil fired central heating too. Josiah’s sleeps 4 and Waggon House sleeps 6/8
Quay House in Flushing – a perfect spot for boat watching as right on the water’s edge with views across to Falmouth. Sleeps 6. There is an Rayburn in the dining room and oil fired central heating.
Badgers and Polwartha at Constantine near Falmouth, in a quiet setting. Badgers sleeps 4 and Polwartha 5. Either of these properties would be great for a winter break with an open fire in Polwartha and a wood burning stove in Badgers.