Apparently there's more than seven million single people in the UK. Very few of whom want to spend their holidays alone. Or go on a special singles holiday. For many so-called 'singletons' the solution is a group holiday. A bunch of like minded singles, of one or all sexes, good mates who enjoy spending quality time together. And more groups are demanding suitable facilities every year. The same goes for groups of couples. You might want to go away with your best mates, a bunch of other couples. So a large, flexible place to stay is a must – it's all about being sociable, after all. Which is why flexible Cornwall self catering cottages, offering accommodation that sleeps more than the average family, are in such high demand.
Luckily all it takes is a quick surf to identify a whole load of recently refurbished, flexible self catering cottages, Cornwall being one of the most popular British 'staycation' destinations. It's surprising how many of them sleep two to six, two to eight or two to ten. But what happens if everything of a suitable size is booked solid and you're left with a load of tiddly little properties? Perfect for couples but no good for groups?
There's always a way. Some holiday cottage owners have more than one property available. Some even have as many as twenty, all in one village and all under their control. So you can book several cottages for your group. And have great fun while you're at it. You can visit each other's houses in the evenings for food, taking turns to cook for one another. Have late night gatherings and mellow little parties, swapping houses on a rota. And if you fall out – which can happen on holiday in the most close knit of groups – you can always move house for the night 'til things calm down!
Humans are one thing. But some group holidays include one or more furry friends too. So you need dog friendly Cornwall cottages. Dog friendly holiday rentals are getting more common too, so that's good news. Just make sure you understand the score before you book. Some places accept dogs completely free. Some make a small extra charge to cover any extra cleaning. Some accept just one well-behaved dog, others take more – you can always ask, especially if you have little dogs. They can only say no. If you're in a party with multiple dogs you might need to book several cottages instead of one large one and spread your dogs evenly between cottages. Think creative and you'll be fine!
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