Colrogers Holiday Cottages offer some of the best self catering holiday accommodation in Cornwall. The clean, welcoming, accommodation is set within a quiet, safe and gated courtyard of flowers, located just a few minutes’ walk from local pubs, restaurants, galleries, local shops and beautiful sandy beaches.
Our holiday accommodation location couldn’t be better! Situated in a picturesque fishing village on the beautiful Lizard Peninsular our local surroundings have so much to offer; from beautiful crowd-free beaches (even in the summer) to stunning costal walks and cosy country pubs for you to refuel at, and all within walking distance from our cottages! However, if you want to explore further a field, many of Cornwall’s main tourist attractions are within easy reach, just a short drive from Mullion – St Ives, Lands End and The Eden project are all popular attractions.
We have tried to make our cottages as homely and as comfortable as possible. Named after local beaches we offer holiday accommodation for families or groups of 2-4 people. Each cottage has a comfy lounge area, access to free WiFi, television and radio, a dining area and a fully equipped kitchen.
Unlike many self catering options, the bedrooms will be ready-made for your arrival – so no need to worry about packing duvets, pillows and sheets, as we have it all here and ready for you to jump straight into bed!
If you have a four legged friend, you don’t have to leave them behind as we accept dogs too in the off season – just ask Pat for details.
If you are coming in the spring/summer months, our courtyard is famous locally for its beautiful display of flowers, and provides a safe, traffic free environment for
Our lovely Pat James, the owner of the cottages, is always very welcoming and lives on-site so she is available to help you with whatever you need during your stay, including tips on where to visit and what to do. Having lived on the Lizard for over 50 years, there is not much she doesn’t know about the local area!
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