A beautiful and charming city in one of southern England’s most idyllic counties, Truro will delight all visitors with its narrow cobbled lanes, quaint independent shops and swanky restaurants. Cornwall is a land of unsurpassed natural beauty, golden beaches and picturesque fishing towns, and Truro is the perfect base from which to explore this marvellous region. Located in one of the sunniest areas of Cornwall and bathed by the river that lends its name to the city and nearby cobalt Atlantic waters, Truro is on a pleasant and tranquil stretch of countryside, perfect for families and couples who are keen to enjoy a gratifyingly relaxing break while exploring Cornwall’s many natural wonders. A paradise for nature lovers, Truro offers excellent amenities for the whole family such as a myriad of hiking trails where you can enjoy a pleasant picnic under the shade of a welcoming tree in Treworgan Grove with your loved ones.
Renting holiday accommodation in Truro
The city of Truro offers such an exciting selection of holiday homes at inexpensive prices that you will wonder why you might have considered a hotel at all. Whether you prefer to rent a holiday apartment by the water at nearby Feock or a holiday cottage in the countryside next to a lake, finding your own self-catered accommodation with HouseTrip will ensure that you can relish in the best of Truro whilst engaging with the local community, as only the local people can recommend the best day trips around the city or the nicest gastro pubs away from the tourist trail.
Where to stay in Truro
Can you imagine being able to enjoy a large detached home with a private garden or a charming stone farmhouse right by the beach for the price of a confined hotel room? Truro’s varied range of accommodation is ideal to ensure that your family holiday becomes an unforgettable experience. Renting holiday accommodation with HouseTrip will present you with the ideal opportunity to meet your neighbours who will tell where you can find the most spectacular hidden coves along the coast, such as Porthcurno, as you share a chilled bottle of white wine with them after a busy day exploring the county.
Truro with the family
You can start your visit to Truro by strolling along the beautiful lane that is Pydar Mews and enjoying some window shopping as you walk past attractive independent shops on your way to Lemon Quay where you can sample some wonderful delicacies at the farmers’ market and perhaps do a spot of grocery shopping to make the most of your very own kitchen. If the kids ever get tired, they will appreciate a visit to Hendra Park with its large play area or perhaps a day trip to Falmouth’s Maritime Museum where they can discover Cornwall’s rich sea-faring history. Are you ready to visit Truro with the family? Booking a home away from home in Cornwall with HouseTrip is the ideal way to enjoy a wonderfully authentic holiday.