Based on 12 reviews
Wild Flower is set in a courtyard of 4 stone Cornish cottages, all with modern kitchens and facilities, tastefully double glazed to blend in and keep the cottages warm all year
Friday to Friday bookings for summer 2020 - select your dates for prices and to book online.
The Cottage is a deceptively large, one bedroom cottage.
It is ideal for a couple but we can fit a cot easily in the bedroom for your baby.
This is the perfect Honeymoon Cottage and we put flowers and wine in the cottage for you, with our compliments.
You enter straight into a good size kitchen with hand crafted pine units and tiled floor. Well equipped for 2 people. This has a dish washer, washing machine, fridge/freezer, microwave oven, electric cooker with extractor fan. All the cutlery, glassware, china, oven and table ware you will need is provided. This leads, open plan into:
A lovely, large, relaxing lounge/dining room, overlooking private garden. A 37" PLASMA SCREEN TV, with Freeview, and DVD player. Large, comfortable Leather settee, side tables with lamps, a coffee table. This room has a beautiful granite, slate fireplace with electric 'Wood-burning' effect fire. A lovely dining area, with Walnut table and chairs. This room has a vaulted, beamed ceiling, triple aspect windows, including patio doors to stone patio with barbecue, small table and lounger chairs, own garden and lawn area. Side gate out, leading to country walks or up to the Car Park.
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A charming bedroom, with lovely old Double Four Poster bed with lamps each side, bedside tables, antique chest of drawers, fitted cupboard, LCD TV with Freeview. Dual aspect windows. There is room for a cot.
Fantastic, newly refurbished bathroom with toilet, wash basin and P shaped, luxurious Jacuzzi Bath, with Shower over. It has lights, and certainly makes having a bath a bit different!
This cottage is equipped with the following great features:
Internal area: 60m2
Your holiday cottage in Newquay will be your base in the nation’s favourite seaside resort. The surfing capital of Europe exudes a laid back vibe and is popular with surfers, travelers and holidaymakers from all over the world. Newquay meets the Atlantic coast of Cornwall with 7 miles of stunning sandy beaches and dramatic cliff-laden vistas. Everything you could ever want to find in a seaside rental cottage holiday is available in Newquay Cornwall. With more cottages to rent than most other places in Cornwall, you’re sure to find your perfect holiday lettings accommodation.
Catering to everyone from stag-dos to young families, Newquay has so much to see and do it’s hard to list it all in one page. From its 11 beaches all within walking distance of your cottage in Newquay and the pumping surf at many of them, to a golf course, stunning gardens, an incredible selection of food and nightlife for all tastes, and plenty to keep the kids entertained. After dark in Newquay is a great time to catch local and international bands and DJs perform and if it’s your thing, you can find a really wild party in Newquay town.
From your Newquay cottage you can head out for surf lessons at one of the many surf schools in town down at Fistral beach, Towan beach, or wherever else the surf is working that day. Newquay has grown a reputation for coasteering in recent years also, which is where groups of adventure seekers scale the cliffs and coves of the stunning headlands and leap from rocky heights into the deep Atlantic Ocean. Rock climbing, quad biking and abseiling are also on offer.
For a more relaxed outing or family day in the sun away from your holiday cottage, there is a beautiful, tranquil boating lake in the 26 acre Trenance gardens, complete with rowing boats, pedalos and crazy golf on the side. Then there is the Gannel estuary; vast, dune-laden beach picnic spot popular with young families and couples. Pirate’s Quest (Buccaneer Bay / Tunnels Through Time) is a great family day out with many special events on during the summer and many independent organisations run great kids events in town and on the beaches during the summer holiday weeks, including sand sculpting, treasure hunts and team games.
There are many festivals and events throughout the year, from the town-wide fancy dress party at New Year complete with epic firework display over the harbor, to the annual Boardmasters festival in summer, with hundreds of other events I between. You can find real ale, Cornish cyder, live music and entertainment in town on any night of the week and you won’t have any problem staying truly entertained if you’re planning on getting back to your Newquay holiday cottage late at night or early in the morning.
The harbor in Newquay is one of the most photographed in the country and houses a wide variety of tourist and working fishing boats. Sea fishing charters can be booked easily in many of the numerous tourist / gift shops in town and for those not eager to catch their own dinner, the harbor hosts many fine dining seafood restaurants that do all the hard work for you in spectacularly tasty style.
Newquay cottages also offer nearby attractions including Newquay Zoo and the Blue Reef Aquarium - great days out for the family. A visit to nearby DairyLand Farmworld provides a day's entertainment for all ages in an all-weather environment and the Cornish Cyder Farm, home of the notorious Rattler Cyder is also close by and great family fun (of course, perhaps more fun for the over 18s amongst us). The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre has the largest collection of birds of prey in the Westcountry and it is possible to fly and handle one of these magnificent birds under supervision.
Our holiday lettings and cottages in Newquay allow you to experience the most popular resort in the country from its very heart. Those looking to experience all that Newquay has to offer, but also a quiet place to escape may also want to look at cottages in Mawgan Porth or cottages in Perranporth, both nearby.View more about Newquay
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We would love you back! Thanks for the great review
This was our third visit to Wild Flower,also last year stayed in Spiders Web.The location,just a mile from the lovely beaches is perfect.Its rural which we love..Cottages very quaint,very clean.Gardens to sit in.Whole cottage,bed etc,very comfortable with a very homely feel.Owners nearby and very approachable.We will be back.Love it
Wildflower cottage is lovely!!! So peaceful and quiet with beautiful views. The kitchen is well equiped if you need/want to cook. And the bathroom is lovely with a jacuzzi bath and shower fitted over. The bed is a 4 poster, my husband slept very well saying it was comfortable, but I found it to be a bit too firm for myself.
All in all we had a lovely stay and will definitely return.
A lovely cosey cottage with lovely views. Need a car as a little out the way but ideal for a rest.
This beautiful cottage is accurately described and in a perfect location , central to the whole of Cornwall , we had many trips out sight seeing.
The owners were very friendly and always happy to help . The cottage is well equipted and very cosy. We had a long journey and we felt at home and relaxed as soon as we arrived, infact the best nights sleep for a long while.
The views from the cottage are beautiful.
We would thoroughly recommend it and booking.com for giving us a special holiday.
Brill weekend, beautiful cosy cottage- thank you. Rest and relaxation was what we needed and that’s what we got. Would fully recommend this lovely cottage
Had an amazing time here at the cottage for our honeymoon really beautiful cottage we have nothing bad to say about it. We had an incredible time and the cottage is so close to everywhere we wanted to go to. Would highly recommend wild flower cottage at any time in the year. Thank you for a great week.
We stayed at Wildflower Cottage the first week of October 2017. Julia was lovely and most welcoming The cottage was beautiful, very clean everything was there for you, so well equipped and with fantastic views it was just perfect ... we loved it so much that on day 2 we booked for a revisit in April 2018. Wi-fi and phone signal 100% . Would definitely recommend 100% plus.
The cottage had everything we needed and was in a very quiet location.
Picturesque views and peaceful surroundings and a well-equipped country cottage, everything you need when you have spent a day exploring.
Went away for a week to get away from the stress of London and I can assure you it is as far away from everything you can get. Such a peaceful view of the farms nearby. Tons of leaflets from places to go to within Cornwall and locally and board games if your bored.
If you want to "Get away from it all" then this is ideal
When we first visited Cornwall shortly after our wedding eight years ago, we stayed in the bustling town of Newquay, in a luxurious hotel up on the headland overlooking Fistral Beach and the blue sea. Maybe this shows how travel tastes change as you get older, but this time around we wanted to stay out of the centre for a more relaxing and peaceful weekend, so when I came across this cottage which is home to a group of four adorably cute cottages, I just couldn’t resist. The Cottage, the smallest of the four, was perfect for us with one bedroom suitable for a couple, out in the countryside surrounded by the rolling green fields yet only a short drive from the main towns and beaches of North Cornwall.
Driving down the narrow winding country lanes, passing trundling tractors, horses in the fields and little bunnies hopping across our path (that I totally wanted to jump out of the car and take home with me), we finally found our way to the farm and as soon as I spotted our home for the weekend I completely fell in love. I mean look how utterly adorable…!!
Our small stone cottage was covered in blue and pink hydrangea and, after managing to find the front door through all the flora, we felt completely at home as soon as we stepped inside. The pine units, tiled floors, and wooden ceiling beams gave it a traditionally old English feel, while the flowery patterned curtains adorning every window and more china teapots than we could possibly use in one weekend made it feel lovely and homely.
I’m not much of a cook (which is coincidentally why I enjoy eating out so much) but the table for two was just too cute and romantic not to eat at.
Every single little detail, from the antique decorations and patterned furnishings to the granite fireplace in the lounge for those cold winter nights, made it the most charming and quaint place to stay.
Mr Ayla was so pleased when I told him I hadn’t planned a breakfast or brunch every morning like I usually do on our travels, so we stayed in the cottage with croissants, fruit and fresh juice and snuggled up on the sofa under the duvet because it was August so of course it was cold and wet.
I usually hate doing things like this (not snuggling – I like snuggling) as relaxing on holiday doesn’t come easily to me. My itchy feet would much rather be out exploring and seeing the sights but staying in a cottage somehow forces you to relax and I actually enjoyed doing absolutely nothing for a change. Plus who could say no to this face?!
It was so homely and comforting that having a lay in, staying in our pjs till late morning, watching rubbish on TV and playing board games, was pure bliss. In fact it was a welcome relief to just be able to sit down and not worry about missing out on anything and we even had our own pretty little garden and deck chairs for those odd occasions when the sun did decide to come out.
When we finally managed to swap our pjs for clothes and ventured outside, we went for a wander around the fields surrounding the cottage and met some of the furry locals in the barnyard.
And when we did go further afield to explore the gorgeous Cornish beaches, the perfect way to relax at the end of a day on the sunny windy beach was to head back to the cottage and soak in the plush modern jazucci bath complete with bubbles and bright lights!
I could have easily left my hectic London life behind for a more chilled pace of life in this cottage and to sleep in this cosy four poster bed every night, and I’m sure Mr Ayla agrees with me! In fact I’m pretty sure he’s thinking of retiring and living out the rest of his days in Cornwall at the ripe old age of 29!
We did occasionally step out of our peaceful little bubble in the cottage to see what else this part of Cornwall had to offer but every time we did it was wonderful to know that we had such an adorable home for the weekend waiting for us to return to.