Cornwall Cottages & Beach Lodges With A Sea View & Hot Tub

Cornwall is famously known for two things – golden sand beaches and dramatic sea views! Nothing beats kicking back and relaxing to the sound of crashing ocean waves. That’s why on your next trip to the Cornish countryside, upgrade your holiday home to include only the best seaside sceneries. Check out this collection of luxury lodges with the most spectacular seascapes!

Cornwall Cottages & Beach Lodges With A Sea View

  • Atlantic Watch
    Atlantic Watch
    Carbis Bay, Cornwall
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Semi-detached lodging with modern interiors. Coastal views from all windows. Master bedroom designed with private Juliet balcony for romantic moments.

  • Boscarne
    St Ives, Cornwall
    Sleeps 10 Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 4

    Contemporary lodging with wooden accent designs. Wide patio includes outdoor seating and fantastic coastal scenery. Walking distance to shops and pubs.

  • Ocean View
    Ocean View
    Downderry, Cornwall
    Sleeps 10 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2

    Luxurious reverse-level home with coastal-inspired designs. Sunroom with panoramic seaside views. Pets are welcome to stay.

  • Wild Acres
    Wild Acres
    Gwenter near Coverack, Cornwall
    Sleeps 10 Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 2

    Coastal home with conservatory and external kitchen. Decked terrace boasts exceptional cliffside views. Paces away from secluded beach for family or group outings.

  • Daydreamer
    Whitsand Bay, Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    1950s beach hut offering uninterrupted ocean scenery. Floor-to-ceiling patio doors with roomy deck and sun loungers. Perfect for couples on weekend getaways.

  • The Dell
    Whitsand Bay, Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Modern beach lodge with private deck and al fresco dining. Equipped with wood burner for all-season holidays. More storage space for bikes and surfboards.

  • Carrack Vean
    Carrack Vean
    St Ives, Cornwall
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Cosy home with coastal-inspired interiors. Beautifully-maintained garden for outdoor activities. Located near Porthminster Beach.

  • Orchard Cottage
    Orchard Cottage
    Newlyn, West Cornwall
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3

    Luxurious and spacious cottage with quirky interiors. Sea view from all windows overlooking the harbour. Fit for big families or groups.

  • Pencarreg
    Polruan, South East Cornwall
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3

    Stylish lodge with all-around view of the ocean. Extensive lawn and gardens for complete relaxation. Extra large hot tub fits seven people.


Best Beaches In Cornwall

Holidaying on the Cornish coast won’t be complete without a trip to the beach! With miles and miles of sand and water, guests can cherry-pick places along the coastline. Families will definitely love building castles and spending quality time on the open sand dunes. For those in need of a quick adrenaline rush, there are plenty of waves for surfing and other watersports. And couples on romantic getaways can relish their time away in hidden coves.

Excited to hear more? Here are visitors’ top picks of the best beaches in Cornwall:

Fistral Beach

When it comes to coastal spots, Fistral Beach is almost synonymous with Cornwall itself! With its long strip of sand and consistent waves, this iconic beachfront puts Newquay on the map as the UK’s surfing capital. Every year, hundreds of people pour in to watch and compete in the Boardmasters Festival. For beginners, there are several surf schools onsite. After a day of surfing, feel free to pop into cafes, restaurants, and shops located just across the beach.

Watergate Bay

Located on the outskirts of Newquay, Watergate Bay has all the qualities of Fistral without the crowds. This beach is better known for its watersports community with many tourists spending their time on kayaks and paddle boards. There are also rentable kite buggies so you and your friends can explore the three-mile coastline. Although there’s a short trek before you reach the beach, the sight and the waves are definitely worth it!

Bossiney Haven

Bossiney Haven is a sandy inlet based in Tintagel. Surrounded by tall cliffs, it’s an exclusive beach that only appears during low tide. If you’re visiting for the first time, make sure to get your timing right! Due to its remote location and steep steps, only a few are rewarded with its glorious view, making it the perfect romantic spot. Don’t forget to check out Elephant Rock – it’s the vertical arch shaped like the animal’s trunk!

Kynance Cove

You’ve probably seen Kynance Cove countless times on your feed, but pictures don’t do it justice! After a 15-minute walk from the car park to the cove, prepare to be greeted by a white sand beach and turquoise waters. Another treasured feature is the cove’s naturally-coloured rock stacks. Indulge yourself and lay a towel on the sand to enjoy the breathtaking view. If you’re feeling hungry, there are also cafes located nearby. Remember that the place is packed during the summer so plan your visit ahead if you want the place all to yourself!

Constantine Bay

Constantine Bay is a quintessential English beach. Stretching along the coast of Padstow, the place is filled with grassy sand dunes which are ideal for making sandcastles. The bay is also known for its strong tides, making it a go-to spot for seasoned surfers. Although the shore is family-friendly, you need to be an experienced swimmer to take on its waves. It’s easier to appreciate the beach during low tide, so you can explore the rock pools and enjoy the picturesque view.

Porthcurno Beach

If you’re staying in the coastal town of Penzance, then you must pay a visit to Porthcurno Beach! Nestled in between cliffs, this multi-awarded beach is renowned for its fine white sand and clear waters. Compared to other Cornish beaches, the waves here are more tamed. Feel free to swim in its shallow waters or bring your paddleboard and tour the open waters. The famous Minack Theatre is also carved on the cliffside, providing a visual treat which you can visit later on!

Gwithian Beach

Across St. Ives Bay is a beachside stretching up to three miles called “The Towans.” At the far end of the coast is Gwithian Beach. If you’re looking for rest and relaxation, this is the ultimate location. The beach is decorated with sand dunes and wild grass and friendly waves. During low tide, there are shallow rock pools for families to enjoy. Aside from enthusiastic surfers, the beach doesn’t receive frequent visits from tourists, so you can have an exclusive experience!

Holywell Bay

Another hidden gem in Newquay is Holywell Bay. The vast beach is filled with grassy dunes and gentle waves, welcoming both couples and families. While there are plenty of activities on the water, it’s also an ideal place to relax and read a good book. During low tide, you can venture out to the nearby grotto or spot the wreckage of an old Argentinian coaster!

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