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The Valley


Immaculate cottages nestled between the two coasts of Cornwall

Ideal for

Babies Toddlers Kids & pre-teens Teenagers

Book your stay at The Valley

From £510/week
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Stay in beautifully presented, modern, spotlessly clean and stylish cottages in a hidden valley of conservation countryside. On-site you can enjoy the heated pools and restaurant, all in an awesome location perfectly positioned to explore everything Cornwall has to offer.

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What we think

"“The Valley really lived up to our expectations. The accommodation was spotless and spacious, and they had thought of everything.”"

The kids say...

"“My favourite thing was the swimming. There was a pool inside and outside – there was two pools!”"

Max, age 4

Reviewed by

Gilly & Family

Best bits

Top tips

Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Swimming pool Swimming pool
  • Hot tubs Hot tubs
  • Indoor play room Indoor play room
  • Babysitting Babysitting
  • Bar Bar
  • Restaurant Restaurant
  • Wifi Wifi
  • Outdoor play equipment Outdoor play equipment


Eating at The Valley


Eating at The Valley


Eating at The Valley


The cottage complex is in a valley and as such, is very hilly but the whole site is accessible by car and there is disabled parking. Some cottages are accessible by wheelchair and equipment can be supplied for showers and toilets such as stools and suction handles.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

Perranwell Station just a couple of miles away on the Falmouth Branch line, or Truro station a 10 minute drive away.

By road

Follow the A30 to Truro and then head towards Falmouth, the cottages are about 10 minutes outside of Truro.

By air

Fly into Newquay and hire a car or get a taxi which takes about 40 minutes.

About the owners


Listed since April 2009

The Valley is a family run holiday village, my parents bought it as a caravan park and turned it into cottages in 2005. I took over so they could enjoy retirement in 2015. We are Cornish through and through and as a family growing up in Cornwall we like to think we know what’s best for families visiting the area.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • For authentic Cornish shops, food and museums, not to mention three different beaches and excellent surf - it’s got to be Falmouth.

  • The biggest and arguably the best beaches are at Gwithian and Godrevy and National Trust members can park there for free.

  • Bung the dog in the back of the car and head straight to Durgan near Falmouth, it’s a lovely quiet beach where dogs are allowed all year.

  • Novice surfers should check out King Surf in Mawgan Porth. The beach is also beautiful and very dog friendly.

  • Pop into Truro, the ‘Capital’ of Cornwall for a bit of buzz and lots going on when there’s rain forecast.

  • Newquay Zoo never fails to impress and it’s only half an hour from The Valley.

  • If you’ve never been, the Eden Project is absolutely worth it, and it’s less than an hour’s drive away.