3 bedroom cottage in beautiful surroundings near the North Cornish Coast.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 6
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This little cottage is the perfect getaway. Set just a short walk from Tintagel, it is perfect for families who want to enjoy coastal views! The property itself had all the amenities we could have wished for and contact between the owners is incredibly easy. We shall certainly hope to return soon!
Lovely cottage. Very peaceful in a lovely area
We loved the cottage, it was very cozy and comfortable. The kids loved the garden and swings, and especially the bedrooms being downstairs. We loved the area with the coves and St Nectan’s Glen. We will be booking again next year.
well equipped,the beds were very comfortable.lovely location quiet and peaceful we had a really good holiday.
Lovely cottage in beautiful surrounding
Property was spacious and well laid out. Bedrooms, being lower level were cool in this heatwave we are having. Garden was lovely, my 8 year old loved the swing. Friendly neighbours added to experience.
Fantastic property and incredible surroundings
Quite simply, the pictures do not do this property justice. It was comfortably large for our family of 5 and offered a great place to return to at the end of the day. Warm, cosy and comfortable. All the facilities you would expect were present and correct as advertised.
There were no easy views of the coast from within the property, but that didn't matter as its setting up the hill from Tintagel was still spectacular. For the majority of people, it will be a short drive into the village down a long steep hill but it could be done.
This part of Cornwall is spectacular. We were not lost for things to do, even with some of the tourist places shut for the Winter.The Eden Project, Tintagel Brewery, Tintagel Castle, Boscastle, Port Isaac are all worth a trip. Or just utilise the stunning coastal path which can be found 1 1/4 miles down the hill.
Finally, communications with the owners were prompt and the info on how to find the place and details of the property were accurate. Highly recommended.
Whether you're into sunbathing, surfing or stargazing; heritage and history or hiking; the area around Mill Cottage has something for everyone. Andy and Liz bought the cottage, not only because we fell for its charm and character, but also we were wowed by its surroundings. Here are some of the highlights - all within a short drive away. Mill Cottage is nearest to the village of Tintagel, which has shops, pubs and restaurants - less than 2 miles away.
Within 10 minutes' drive
St Nectan's Glen, woodland and waterfall, is within easy reach of the cottage - you can access the waterfall (St Nectain's Kieve) and woodland via the public footpath that runs near the cottage. Although you need to pay to see the waterfall itself, it is free to walk through the lovely wooded valley and visit the Hermitage, where you can stop at the cafe, shop and gallery.
Bossiney Haven and Benoath Cove, Trebarwith Strand
For a day at the coast explore beautiful Bossiney Haven and Benoath Cove, linked at high tide, (left and centre) for stunning cliffs via the steep footpath (not for the faint hearted), or Trebarwith Strand (right) for superb surfing, a couple of shops, surf hire and a café through the summer. Both have a car park and toilets a little walk from the beach and plenty of sand at low tide.
Tintagel - heritage, history and legend
Visit Tintagel castle, the historic National Trust Old Post Office in the centre of bustling Tintagel, fascinating Arthurian Centre and the picturesque fishing village of Boscastle.
Within 40 minutes' drive
Great day trips are easily within reach for everyone in all weathers including the magnificent estates of Lanhydrock House and Pencarrow, and pretty fishing villages such as Port Isaac – home of Doc Martin, recent TV drama. Visit The Courtroom Experience and Bodmin Jail, Newly developed Camel Creak Adventure Park, Jamaica Inn, National Lobster Hatchery, Bodmin and Wenford Steam Railway, Bodmin Moor for tremendous walking and hiking, or the Camel trail for easy walking and bike hire.
Of course the highlight for many are the fabulous beaches, perfect for rockpooling or relaxing, including Crackington Haven, Widemouth Bay and Rock, all with plenty of amenities. The 300 miles of Coastal Path beckons anyone who enjoys admiring long golden beaches and secluded coves, with many places to stop for food and refreshment along the way.
Within an hour's drive
Find the world famous Eden project and Lost Gardens of Heligan, spectacular cliffs of Bedruthan Steps (left), ancient town of St Austel, popular Newquay, and many more places of interest besides if you are happy to travel a little further afield.
Andy and Liz March
About Andy and Liz March
We are a family with 3 kids, and we love coming to Mill Cottage for our own holidays! It's a real sanctuary, and we hope you discover this too!
Andy and Liz March purchased this Cottage in 2015