THE coastline around our most Western county has always been a popular spot for Midlands holidaymakers.

There are always plenty good reasons for visiting Cornwall with its splendid beaches and coastal resorts and much more, and now there’s an even greater incentive with some first class holiday cottages available to choose from.

So, if you should be thinking not just about that spectacular summer getaway, but a trip anytime this year, then you could find your particular hot spot near Padstow.

However, if you fancy another destination then Cornish Horizons Holiday Cottages – based in Padstow – could have the answer. A family run cottage letting agency, they have a portfolio of nearly 200 properties covering Cornwall’s north coast and surrounding areas which should provide a variety of outstanding properties for you to choose from.

Trevalga itself is a fabulous five-star gold property which sleeps 10 people situated in Porthcothan Bay, just a few miles out of Padstow.

This stunning and sophisticated property is perfect for a family holiday or get-together; with understated elegance, relaxing spacious interior and sweeping panoramic views all the way to the ocean. The property offers an array of luxurious extras including a wood burning-effect stove, fantastic hot tub, large walk-in showers and a beautiful balcony overlooking the magnificent Cornish countryside and nearby coastline.

Trevalga is in an exquisite location just a 10 minute walk to the wonderful sandy cove of Porthcothan Bay and is sheltered by sand dunes, and is ideal for exploring the nearby coastal cliff paths and Outstanding Areas of Natural Beauty.

This property currently has a special offer on week commencing June 8 and is priced at an incredible £1,350.

For more information visit The village of St Merryn is two miles away and has several amenities including a post office, various shops, a wide range of restaurants and public houses. Whilst, the picturesque harbour town of Padstow is only five miles away and boasts a variety of quality seafood restaurants and other eateries including many celebrity names such as Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth.

The town is also a heavenly jumble of cafes, gift shops, art galleries, homemade fudge shops and much more.

There are many other attractions around too. From Padstow you can catch a charming ten-minute ferry ride across the Camel Estuary to Rock, which is just around the headland from Polzeath and is renowned for being the home of award-winning Nathan Outlaw's Restaurant as well as other popular attractions including the St Enodoc 18-hole golf course and St Enodoc Church, probably best known through its association with Sir John Betjeman, the much-loved Poet Laureate, who is buried there.

Greenacre Lodge is another glorious four-star property which sleeps eight people and accepts pets and is situated near the bustling town of Newquay.

This beautifully presented property is located in a quiet corner of a small development at Atlantic Reach.

Throughout your stay at Greenacre Lodge you have the Atlantic Reach's leisure and restaurant facilities on your doorstep. This includes use of bar, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, gym, children's splash pool and play area.

The Lodge has a special offer on weeks commencing June 15 and 22 which is currently priced at only £849 each. For more details visit Newquay is about a 15 minutes' drive and is widely regarded as the surf capital of the UK with many surf stores and hire shops located in the town. It’s also well-known for the ‘Run to the Sun’ festival which takes place in May and the Relentless Boardmasters Festival which takes place during August on both Fistral Beach and Watergate Bay.

Both these wonderful properties have a selection of weeks available throughout 2013, to book visit, call 01841 533331 or e-mail