Welcome to Callestock Courtyard Cottages

Liz, Nick and family warmly invite you to enjoy a holiday in our 4 and 5 star Gold Awarded Cornish holiday cottages which we have lovingly restored to provide exceptional self catering accommodation in Cornwall. In this lovely and peaceful rural area around our small Farm close to Truro, Perranporth, St Agnes and Newquay, you can unwind and get into holiday mode as soon as you arrive.  Spend long summer days relaxing on sun drenched patios or try a winter break with evenings by cosy log fires. 

After exploring beautiful Cornwall and enjoying some of the stunning places that you may have seen in Poldark, Callestock is the perfect place to spend time relaxing. Indulge yourself in our fabulous bathrooms and the luxury of our whirlpool baths after an exhilarating ramble around our farm which is set in beautiful Cornish countryside. 

Sample our unforgettable home-made cornish cream teas - delicious Aga baked scones made from only the finest local ingredients and clotted cream made right here on the farm. 

Why not treat yourself to one of our delicious breakfast hampers. We are also able to offer Spa Treatments in the comfort of your cottage.

Here at Callestock we have a selection of properties that you may find more suitable for people with limited mobility, walking difficulties or those who require a wheelchair.  These are Wheal Hope, Wheal Kitty and Callestock Vean. Please check the property description or give us a call to check the property meets your requirements prior to booking.

Our spacious properties have been described as a real home from home experience, why not see what else our guests are saying about us.

Whether you need a romantic break, a walking holiday or a cycling holiday, it's all about location and ours is probably one of the best for exploring all that Cornwall has to offer.

Callestock Blog

12Sep

So why not spend Christmas or New Year in Cornwall. You could spend Boxing Day on the beach and do what Liz did last year. The sun was shining and it was actually quite warm! Thank goodness it was, as Liz had decided to take part in the Boxing Day swim at Perranporth to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness. So who will join her this year??

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