Coastal Cottages in Cornwall
Five beaches within five miles
Merlin Farm Holiday Cottages in Mawgan Porth are located at the end of a long private lane, nestled in countryside with far views of the rolling hills. You get a sense of being away-from-it-all yet the sandy beach of Mawgan Porth is just a short walk away. Although there are no direct views of the sea from the cottages, you can sometimes hear the waves which adds to the tranquillity. Merlin Farm is in a rural location so a car is recommended, especially if you have children who need entertaining whatever the weather. If you are a couple who just want to take it easy and take the holiday as it comes, there is a local bus service that runs from Padstow to Newquay via Mawgan Porth, and there is always plenty to do in the surrounding area, visit our Mawgan Porth page for more details. As a holiday destination Mawgan Porth appeals to a wide audience, there are Day Spa's, fabulous Restaurants, a beautiful sandy beach, stunning coastal and countryside walks, and much more. Mawgan Porth is centrally located within Cornwall making it an ideal base for visiting the rest of the County. We are a small quiet site with just 6 self catering cottages; Daymer Studio is a great budget option for just 2 people wanting a base or a cosy retreat. Treyarnon Cottage is a 3 bedroom barn, great for a large family (Daymer next door is quite often booked for the Grandparents). Our 5* Eco Cottages are great for treating yourself to a bit of Luxury and Trevone is a Spacious detached cottage, perfect for those who want a bit more privacy and space.
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