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Caerhays Castle and a self catering option

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DH and I are "discussing" a vacation mid-end of next March. Sicily and Cornwall are our thoughts at the moment (he's not sure about Sicily)

We love gardens and big trees, we have been to Cornwall once before in the Autumn. I have always wanted to see the Magnolias in bloom at Caerhays. They have some lovely self catering properties but I think they require a weekly rental, and I read somewhere it is not a short drive to dining options?

Anyone know of any other wonderful self catering rentals in the area? I know sometimes rentals of less than 7 nights are accepted. Or a suggestions as to charming towns or villages in which to search?

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