Boscantle

4

£3850- 7920 per week (minimum stay for this property is 4 nights low season and 7 high season) as of 9/8/23

Escape to Cornwall and more specifically, the gorgeous Helford Estuary with its shady woodland walks, beautiful views of the water and hidden coves for wild swimming. You'll also find Boscantle, a beautiful 6-bedroom holiday stay with a heated swimming pool. Full of social spaces and sumptuous bedrooms, Boscantle is an idyllic stay for families or groups of friends. Sleeps 12 🛏 Dog-friendly

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