Polrunny Farm

Holiday Cottages

Blackberry Cottage -

sleeps 4

Polrunny Farm's Blackberry Cottage's lounge-diner, with two brown sofas, a table with blue and white traditional Cornish serving-ware laid out ready for breakfast.

What do you want from your holiday? You want the perfect area with plenty to see and do. And you want the perfect cottage to relax in with lovely views and an abundance of home comforts to enjoy.

Close-up of a breakfast table at Polrunny Farm's Blackberry Cottage, with vintage blue and white Cornishware crockery, pastries, toast and juices.
Blackberry Cottage looks out onto the Farm Gardens, with glimpses of the sea beyond. Set over two levels, the downstairs boasts an open-plan but cosy kitchen / dining / lounge area and a twin bedroom.
The twin bedroom at Polrunny Farm's Blackberry Cottage, with pink flamingo cushions at the head of the bed and a tapestry on the wall

Upstairs, you will find the delightful double bedroom with summer views out towards the setting sun, and bathroom with Whirlpool bath.

The double-bedroom at Polrunny Farm's Blackberry Cottage, with a towels placed on a blue bedspread; and a picture of Port Isaac on the wall.

Blackberry Cottage occupies a fond place in the hearts of the many families and friendship groups that have stayed here.

The bathroom at Polrunny Farm's Blackberry Cottage, with Whirlpool bath and flowers in the window and brightly coloured art on the wall.
Click here to read the accessibility guide to Blackberry Cottage on Visit Britain's website.

From Blackberry's Guestbook

"One of the best self-catering accommodations we have stayed in, with those little details that make all the difference. Pity we couldn't take the bath home with us!"

"Wonderful stay. Beautiful cottage with exceptional attention to detail. Our children loved it!"

"An absolute delight to stay here; really really don't want to leave."

"One of the best cottages we have stayed in. Really well-equipped and appointed. Had a great week here and will definitely be coming back!"

Flowers in the window of the double bedroom at Polrunny Farm's Blackberry Cottage, with the farm's 'Farm Garden' and children's swings visible in the background.