Callie's Cottage, Pendennis Castle, Cornwall

Located in the grounds of Pendennis Castle
Sleeps 4 + cot
Prices from £330
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Built in the early 1900s and named after the castle's long-serving operations manager, this former Sergeant's Mess is in the heart of Pendennis Castle on the Parade Ground overlooking Noon Day gun firing site has been stylishly converted into a two bedroomed holiday cottage.

Living room with 3 seater settee, armchair and television

Living room

Living room
Kitchen with white units, oven and other appliances

Fully equipped kitchen

Fully equipped kitchen
Large dining table with armchair at the side of a log burner

Living/dining area

Living/dining area
Double bedroom

Double bedroom

Double bedroom
second bedroom with single twin beds

Twin bedroom

Twin bedroom
small bathroom showing sink with complimentary toiletries

Bathroom

Bathroom

For five centuries Pendennis Castle has played its part, protecting the Cornish coastline from the perennial threat of cross channel invasion. Today, the Noonday gun serves as a reminder of the role of the castle during the Second World War with troops departing from Falmouth to play their part in the D-Day landings. 

A walk in to the town will allow you to explore the rich maritime history, the harbour front with seafood sellers, craft shops, restaurants and bars. Alternatively enjoy one of the four sandy beaches or explore the wide variety of fauna and flora that strives in the Cornish climate.

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Testimonial

This is our second stay within 12 months at Callie's Cottage which I think speaks for itself!

The Lewis Family | March 2017
July 2015

It was a truly enjoyable experience even more so for the fact the castle was closed most the time to public

The Jenkins Family | December 2016

We have just returned from the most amazing break every in Falmouth - this hands down beats any other visit we've had there. Pendennis Castle is just the most wonderful setting for a holiday, and Callie's Cottage is absolutely beautiful.

S. Barrow| November 2016

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