Holiday lets in Halsetown, Cornwall, England

Situated just outside of the Penwith Heritage Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just a mile from St Ives, Halsetown is extremely well placed for a coastal self-catering holiday in Cornwall. 

Facts about Self-Catering Holidays in Halsetown

Whether you’re searching for a budget apartment, a family cottage or a romantic retreat, Halsetown could be a great base for your holiday in Cornwall.

Things to See and Do on a Cottage Holiday in Halsetown

•    With easy access to St Ives close by, catch a bus from Halsetown to St Ives and leave the car at your holiday home, avoiding traffic and queues for parking.  St Ives with its picturesque appeal, myriad of shops and eateries and beautiful beaches has plenty to recommend it.

•    Spend days out discovering the stunning scenery of the nearby Penwith Heritage Coast.  Along this stretch of coastline are many destinations made famous by the hit TV series ‘Poldark’.  From the dramatic mines at Botallack where the ruins of the mines cling to the cliff edges to Sennen, a beautiful beach popular with surfers and the lovely fishing port of Mousehole, this is a truly amazing part of Cornwall to discover on holiday.

Whether you enjoy building sandcastles on the beach with the kids, surfing, sightseeing or are just looking to take it easy on a self-catering holiday, we hope you find the perfect holiday house for you in or near to Halsetown on Country Cottages Online.

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Rosewall Cottage, Halsetown, Cornwall, England

2 bedroom Country Cottage, West Country.

sleeps 2 - 4 guests
2 - 4
2 bedrooms
1 bathrooms
no dogs allowed
3 star

Homely 2 bedroom country cottage conveniently close to the coast and just a short drive from the coastal town of St Ives and a choice of beautiful beaches.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £299
Next availability:
from 23 October 2019 to 26 October 2019; from 04 January 2020 to 15 February 2020; from 22 February 2020 to 28 March 2020;