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Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Helston Cornwall

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Nine Maidens

Sleeps up to 2
Location: Wendron, near Helston
Nine Maidens is a spacious one bedroom barn conversion set on a working 25 acre small holding sheep farm. This superb holiday home is fantastically situated at the gateway to the Lizard peninsula with easy access to both coasts and numerous holiday attractions.

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Property code: 80977

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Orchard View at Higher Carthew

Sleeps up to 2
Location: Wendron, near Helston
Orchard View is a spacious one bedroom barn conversion set on a working 25 acre small holding sheep farm. This superb holiday home is ideally situated at the gateway to the Lizard peninsula with easy access to both coasts and numerous holiday attractions.

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Property code: 414728

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Foxglove

Sleeps up to 2
Location: Wendron, near Helston
Foxglove is a romantic studio style barn conversion set on a working 25 acre small holding sheep farm. This lovely conversion is fantastically situated at the gateway to the Lizard peninsula with easy access to both coasts and numerous holiday attractions.

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Property code: 108491

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Helston Holiday Cottages in Cornwall

We have a selection of lovely self catering holiday cottages in & around Helston Cornwall.

Helston was originally a thriving port until the river silted up over the years. Where the river joins the sea is now Cornwall's largest freshwater lake. Helston is a busy market town with plenty of victorian and georgian architecture. The Monument is an impressive building at the end of Coinaghall Street which was built in 1834 in memory of Humphry Millet Grylls whose actions kept open the local tin mine and saved 1200 jobs.  Possibly one of the country's oldest privately owned brewery's can also be found in Coinaghall Street. The Blue Anchor which was originally used as a rest house for monks and became a tavern in the 15th century. It now makes a strong local brew called Spingo. Helston is probably best known for the 'furry' or  floral dance which is held every May. Flora Day kicks off with the Hal-an-Tow where St George and St Michael slay the dragon and the devil cheered on by the locals dressed in Elizabethan costumes. The main dancing starts at midday with participants dressed in ball gowns and top hats and tails.