What could be more welcoming and homely than the cosy glow of a crackling open fire, it immediately relaxes you and puts you at ease, creating a special experience. Why not ensure that your next holiday cottage has an open fire especially if you are planning an autumnal or winter break. After all it is usually the simplest things that bring the most happiness.
Cornwall takes on a new format after the summer has ended and the summer crowds have dispersed, the beaches are quieter and the villages less busy. It is an ideal time to enjoy the deserted beaches and explore the quiet villages and tourist attractions. With a slight chill and a crispness to the fresh air, wrap up. After an energizing walk make your way back to your holiday cottage and settle in for the evening in front of a real open fire or log burner. Make yourself comfortable on the sofa with your preferred drink, switch on the television, read a book or chat away in your cosy sanctuary.
Winter brings the dark days and much colder weather, wake up to the warm glow of your fire and start your day off on a leisurely foot. Venture out knowing that a roaring fire awaits you after an exciting day of exploring. Retreat back to your welcoming cottage, stoke up the fire and snuggle down for the night. Make yourself toasty under a fluffy blanket. Get out the marshmallows and toast them to accompany your mug of hot chocolate, pure bliss.
Open fires create a sense of romance so if looking to book a romantic break for a loved one, make it a truly romantic getaway by ensuring you book a property with an open fie where you can snuggle down together on the rug with a glass of fizz, for a cosy night in.
Whatever country retreat you choose, be it a seaside cottage, thatched cottage, town house, modern barn nothing tops an open fire, it transforms a house into a cosy home from home. Simply hunker down and unwind and make the most of your time here in Cornwall. We have a great choice of properties with open fires to cater to all tastes.
Many owners supply some timber and wood for the fire so you don't need to worry about this but, it is worth checking as some properties may not come with fuel.