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When to book cheap hotels in Cornwall

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Highest day of weekSundayis the most expensive day of the week to book
Cheapest day of weekSaturdayis the cheapest day of the week to book
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£59is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day

Useful insights on Cornwall hotels

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Lowest Hotel Price

£9

Hotels Near Airport

57

Average Length of Stay

1 day
The cheapest price for a room in Cornwall found in the last 7 days is £9/night. This rate is available with Canada Continental Hotel, a 2-star hotel.
There are 57 hotels in Cornwall close to Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl. Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel is the nearest with a distance of 0.4 mi from this airport.
On average, people stay for 1 day when lodging at hotels in Cornwall. The average accommodation price for 1 day in Cornwall in the past week is £76.

Cornwall travel tips

Best time to visit Cornwall

Located southwest of England, Cornwall gets early spring weather from mid-January – February. Daffodils, camellias and magnolias bloom at this time and many of the gardens are opened to welcome the public. From March – May and September – October, the average temperature ranges from 10 – 15 degrees Celsius. There are plenty of sunny days along with a few wet and rainy days. This is a good time to visit if you wish to avoid the peak tourist season in summer. Summer months from June – August see average temperatures of approximately 21 degrees Celsius. The long days of sunshine and warmth make it a good time to enjoy the beaches and parks of Cornwall. The winters are mild and damp, but are perfect for exploring the sheltered valleys at Land’s End and Lizard peninsulas. The average temperature is around 8 degrees Celsius and there is a possibility of snow, so do pack some warm clothing if you visit during this time.

Getting around Cornwall

Cornwall is connected by a well-developed public transport network. Local buses operated by First Kernow provide services within the city as well as to neighbouring towns. Single fares start at £2.20 GBP while return fares start at £3.30 GBP on the First Bus Cornwall. The Great Western Railway operates train routes which also serve a number of local areas and neighbouring towns. There are a number of ferry routes covering locations such as Falmouth, Penzance, Isles of Scilly, and Truro. Ferry fares vary by distance and whether you are travelling on foot or with a vehicle. Fares start around £4.00 GBP for a 1-way adult ticket from Cornwall to Falmouth. Renting a car may also be a good idea to explore Cornwall. If you book early, you may find the best deals for car rentals with momondo.


How much does a hotel in Cornwall cost per night?

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1-star hotels

Cheapest £90

Average £91

Most expensive £92

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Where to stay in Cornwall

Best places to stay in Cornwall

Cornwall boasts magnificent coastlines, glorious cliffs with steps to rock pools, medieval harbours, beautiful parks and an artistic heritage. The Cornish folklore and traditions continue to be its most unique and attractive features. Cornwall is made up of several small towns and villages and it may be overwhelming to decide where to stay. Here are some areas you might consider suitable when exploring Cornwall.

Penzance

The main commercial centre of the Land’s End peninsula, Penzance features scores of small shops and galleries, historic pubs, and a stunning castle. Stay in luxurious rooms of the Chapel House Penzance hotel, a beautiful building on the historic Chapel Street, just a 2-minute walk from the promenade. Or consider the traditional family-run The Queens Hotel which has hosted guests since 1862 and features classic rooms with modern amenities.

Padstow

If you are a food-lover, this is the best place to stay while exploring Cornwall. You will find 4 Rick Stein restaurants in this area apart from several other delicious eateries and cafés. Padstow is also home to Cornwall’s most popular cycling route, The Camel Trail. A 2-minute walk from the village centre, shops and the river, you can enjoy luxurious accommodation at St. Edmunds House hotel. You also have the St Petroc’s Bistro, a rustic-chic hotel just minutes away from the village centre, restaurants and the waterfront.

Falmouth

The exciting and creative town of Falmouth features quaint cobblestone streets in the town centre, fine sandy beaches near the harbour and the Pendennis Castle built by Henry VIII. There are plenty of cafés and bars, and a large student population in this area. Stay at the Falmouth Townhouse, a small contemporary hotel set in a grand Georgian townhouse in the heart of Falmouth. Or indulge in a luxurious stay at the seafront property of The Royal Duchy Hotel which offers stylish rooms with stunning views across the bay to Pendennis Castle.

Newquay

For a lively atmosphere, busy bars and a wide range of water sports, head to the Newquay area which has some stunning beaches, and a thriving nightlife. Stay at the stylish, award-winning property of The Headland Hotel and Spa which features elegantly designed private cottages set on an exclusive cliff top overlooking the Fistral Bay. In contrast, opt for airy rooms with modern amenities and jaw-dropping ocean views at the Fistral Beach Hotel and Spa located on Esplanade Road, just a 10-minute walk to Fistral Beach.

St Ives

The vibrant port of St Ives features white sandy beaches lined with fishermen’s cottages and narrow, winding streets with plenty of Mediterranean style cafés. St Ives is also the art hub of Cornwall. The town centre is the harbour area which has an 18th century pier and an octagonal cupola. A 5-minute walk from the train station and the harbour, you have the Pedn Olva hotel which offers stylish accommodation with panoramic views over the St Ives harbour and Bay. Or stay at the Blue Hayes Private Hotel to enjoy delightful, boutique accommodation with spacious rooms, located just a 10-minute walk from Porthminster Beach. You can also consider The Olive Branch, an early 1900s townhouse located on a hilly street. Enjoy your stay in quaint, country-chic rooms with stunning sea views.

Truro

High-end stores, farmer’s markets and an eclectic mix of independent gift shops and jewellery stores, Truro’s central location makes it an excellent area to stay in Cornwall. Opt for the gorgeous ‘Big House By the Sea’, a Georgian family house converted into a boutique apart-hotel with exquisite suites and studios, just a short walk from the beach. Or stay in the heart of Truro town centre in a Georgian townhouse of the Mannings hotel, with chic rooms overlooking Lemon Quay.

Cheap hotels in Cornwall

There are plenty of cheap accommodation options in Cornwall. Many family-run guesthouses and bed and breakfast facilities provide affordable accommodation with convenient locations in the town centre or by the seaside. Enjoy the elegant interiors and striking sea and cliff views at Highcliffe Bed & Breakfast in Falmouth. Or opt for country-house comfort and soothing sea views at the chic Merchants Manor, also in Falmouth. You can also look at Kota Restaurant which features elegant rooms on top of a fantastic Asian fusion restaurant, and has the picturesque Porthleven harbour at its doorstep. In Truro, you have The Alverton, a classic country town hotel with contemporary amenities. You can also opt for an informal ambience and funky décor at the Artist Residence, set in a Georgian house in the centre of Penzance town.


Learn about attractions and sights in Cornwall

Cornwall is all about its dramatic virgin coastlines, lush green countryside, national parks, heritage sites and historic attractions. Relax in gorgeous gardens, visit museums, castles and historic houses; or indulge in boating, surfing and cliff top walking. There is so much to see and do in Cornwall that a short stay may not be enough to explore this region. Here are a few top attractions to cover in your Cornwall itinerary.

  • In Penzance, stroll down the historic Chapel Street where almost every building has a story to tell. Just around the corner from Chapel Street, see the huge LED-illuminated bowed glass building called The Exchange which showcases contemporary art by local and international artists. Spend time at the 3.5 acre Morrab Gardens which contain several exotic plants, rarely seen in the UK. Take a dip at the art-deco styled Jubilee Pool at the Penzance seafront. Board a ferry to the Isles of Scilly and spend the day exploring the island.
  • In Falmouth, visit the National Maritime Museum Cornwall to understand Cornwall’s nautical history. Make the most of beach activities at the award-winning Gyllngvase Beach and also at Swanpool Beach. Climb the 111 granite steps of Jacob’s Ladder that leads to Falmouth’s main square ‘The Moor’, to enjoy sweeping views of the harbour and estuary from the top. Enjoy a picnic at the Fox Rosehill Gardens.
  • At Padstow, visit the fine Elizabethan country house called Prideaux Place. Rent a bicycle and go on the scenic biking route called The Camel Trail. Enjoy a leisurely stroll, watch the boats, have a cool drink and a delicious meal, or simply gaze at passers-by in Padstow harbour.
  • St Ives village is an unmistakable beach town and there are plenty of beaches to enjoy all the waterfront activities and watch some glorious sunsets. Some of the biggest beaches include Porthmeor, Porthminster, Harbour and Porthgwidden. Visit the Tate Gallery for contemporary art exhibits, and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden that features several sculptures of the influential artist. Stroll down ‘Down-a-long’, the picturesque cobbled streets and narrow alleys featuring whitewashed cottages in the old lower part of St Ives.
  • In Truro, explore the city centre with its imposing Truro Cathedral, shop in the large indoor market on Lemon Quay, visit the Royal Cornwall Museum on River Street and watch a show or performance in the Hall for Cornwall.
  • In Newquay, enjoy the surfing competitions and events held on Fistral Beach, visit the Newquay Zoo and relax on other beautiful beaches such as Towan, Great Western and Tolcarne. These beaches are reasonably sheltered and great for swimming.
  • Visit the St Michael’s Mount, a restored medieval monastery in Marazion, explore the world’s largest rainforest, The Eden Project near St Austell, spend time at the Trebah Garden in Mawnan Smith, and the grand house Lanhydrock near Bodmin.

Information about staying in Cornwall

Read these important travel tips before booking a hotel in Cornwall

When visiting Cornwall the average booking length is 1 night.

£94 per night is the average rate for a room when booking a hotel in Cornwall. Prices will differ depending on factors such as star rating, time of year and location.

Cornwall hotels are at their most economical to book in the month of October. The rates you are charged may be 47% lower than in the high season, making it the best time to get a great deal.

The cost of a Cornwall hotel room will vary for each day, but generally Friday works out the most economical, with Saturday proving the least economical.

£67 is how much a hostel (and up to 2-star hotels) in Cornwall could cost you each night. Booking a hostel could save you £27 when compared to the average price of a hotel in Cornwall.

The average temperature in Cornwall during July is around 22 °C which makes it the perfect time to spend time having fun and seeing something new outside at a popular area attraction like Canada's Wonderland.


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