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Lizard Peninsula Holiday Cottages

Founded in 2004, Lizard Peninsula Holiday Cottages offer a private portfolio of Coverack accommodation for the discerning. From 2020 Classic Cottages will be managing our portfolio. Bookings for 2020 can now be made on their website. You can book our quintessentially Cornish Minstrel Cottage, Little Ship and Smugglers Rest, or our beautifully designed and contemporary Sea House with ease at the Classic Cottages website. Bookings for holidays to take place before January 5th 2020 are booked on this website and will continue to managed by Lizard Peninsula Holiday Cottages.

Our portfolio of self catering holiday cottages have been styled to the highest of standards and feature cottages in the beautiful and unspoilt fishing and sailing village of Coverack on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall. Our holiday cottages are tastefully and carefully renovated and refurbished throughout with everything purchased new - literally everything down to the last teaspoon. Each property sits in a commanding position within this beautiful Cornish village, all with panoramic sea and village views. Beach, shop, cafes, restaurants and pub are all within five minutes walk. We can only offer short breaks during the winter season. Sorry we don't accept pets or smoking in our cottages.

Lizard Holiday Cottages are proud to have been the first holiday company in Cornwall to introduce a community based visitor payback scheme whereby for every booking we receive we make a £5 donation to a local community project. This scheme has been running since 2006 and for 2019 we will be supporting Cornwall Against Dean Superquarry (CADS), a local action group fighting to stop the reopening and upscaling of Dean Quarry on the Lizard Peninsula. The money will go towards their legal battle for what could become a legal test case for Marine Conservation Zones and large scale industrialisation in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). For further information visit