It’s quite natural for anyone who knows Cornwall to associate that a holiday here should include a base within a stone’s throw of the coast, and indeed there are hundreds, if not thousands of places to stay at on what is England’s longest stretch of coastline (approximately 300 miles or 480 kilometres long). Grand hotels look across sweeping, sandy bays, and cosy guest houses are nestled down the side streets of charming old fishing villages. Campsites are perched on the clifftops, and self-catering cottages offer unbroken views of the wild ocean. However, the interior of Cornwall should not be ignored as it has plenty of charm and beauty, and depending upon the type of experience a visitor is seeking, sometimes a well-located accommodation in a central position within the county makes perfect sense.