Well Cottage is a luxury Cornish holiday cottage for
2 to 4 people just six miles from the sea and close
to Looe, Polperro and spectacular Bodmin Moor -
perfect for that cosy New Year getaway.
Market Short Breaks 2018
Why not do your Christmas shopping the
easy way - and visit some gorgeous
places in the process!
Or just stay in and enjoy our cosy
countryside cottage, light the fire and
chill out before the Christmas rush.
3 night pre-Christmas short breaks, just
£300 for 4 people.
New Year Break 2018 -
SORRY, NOW FULLY BOOKED Cosy up in front of
the log burner in Well Cottage and enjoy a perfect
New Year break in the Cornish countryside. A real
Christmas tree, home made mince pies and mulled
apple juice await your arrival - together with miles
of moorland and coastal walking, pretty fishing
villages, and traditional pubs. What could be
better? And if you're worried about cooking, we can
help - whether it's booking lunch at a
local restaurant, or organising a meal via our
delivered meal service, or sorting a grocery
delivery for you, we'll do everything we can to make
sure your festive break is stress-free. New Year's Eve - Looe is THE place to be:
fancy dress and fireworks and lots of fun.
infra-red sauna and
massage from visiting therapist
free WiFi - use of notebook PC; free phone
grown-up luxury: this is your chance to unwind!*
sorry, no children under 12
In the run-up to
Christmas 2018, here are a few suggestions for
places to visit:
The Lost Gardens of Heligan By night: experience the art of
illumination as internationally renowned
light artist Ulf Pedersen reveals the night
time magic of Heligan’s historic plantings.
The Heligan Christmas Fair takes place on
Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th December from
10am to 4pm.
The Eden Project Watch as Eden’s winter landscape
is transformed with stunning new light
projections, dramatic soundscapes and live
music. Where else can you combine a visit to
a tropical rainforest and go ice-skating?
The National Trust
The Victorians revived old traditions, such
as decorating homes with greenery and
singing carols and they also invented new
ones, like crackers, decorating a Christmas
tree and sending Christmas cards. You’ll
find all these traditions and more
celebrated inside Lanhydrock house
near Bodmin, which has been beautifully
decorated and atmospherically lit for the
The Christmas garland at Cotehele is
a must-see. Each year Cotehele gardeners
build a 60ft-long garland from thousands of
flowers grown on the estate. A tradition
since 1956, the garland adorns the Tudor
Hall throughout Christmas, with local choirs
providing festive entertainment.