Lynwood House Bed & Breakfast
Lynwood House has been a bed and breakfast for many years and was taken over by Abigail and Jeremy Merrick in 2008. They welcome you most warmly and are open all year.
Lynwood House has twin and double rooms available. Three of these are situated in the main house and all have en-suite with shower, basin and loo. Additionally this year, luxury self contained accommodation is available in the studio. The very spacious bedroom and open plan living area has a generous en-suite with separate shower, bath, basin, bidet and loo.
Bedrooms either overlook Tregony valley or the south facing garden; they are modestly decorated with country cottons and comfortably furnished. Each room has Wifi, a television with Freeview/DVD player, hairdryer, radio alarm clock, a wide selection of teas and coffees, and a mini fridge for fresh milk.
Guests will enjoy soft sheets, fluffy bath towels and hopefully a good night’s rest. Ironing board and iron is available on request.
A delicious breakfast will be served on the long dining room table (Abigail is a Leith’s trained chef). You will be offered a continental breakfast Monday to Friday at 8.15am, and a full English cooked breakfast everyday at 9.15am. Vegetarians will be happily catered for if Abigail is advised on booking.
Guests who are booked into the studio have the additional option of enjoying a continental breakfast laid out in their room, to have at their leisure.
Lynwood House is not licensed, however the local pub and off-license are just up the road so your stay need not be teetotal. For evening meals there are some excellent pubs locally, one in walking distance and others only a few minutes drive away. The local fish and chip van parks up in the square on a Friday and Saturday night.
You are most welcome to enjoy the garden during the day and sit on the sunny terrace for tea, coffee or a glass of wine (if you bring your own).
Lynwood House is situated near the Fal river at the very edge of Tregony village. Historically, Tregony is known as the 'gateway to the Roseland'. The river is a popular place for bird watchers and there are some lovely riverside and woodland walks in the area.
Well known for its countryside and quiet beaches, the peninsula has impressive coastal and river scenery and picturesque villages. Ultimately this road reaches the sea and St Mawes, a one time fishing village which is now a picturesque little harbour full of sailing boats. There are boat trips to various destinations and a passenger ferry that crosses regularly to Falmouth on the other side of the Fal estuary.
Apart from enjoying the wonderful countryside, swimming in the pretty coves and lazing on the local beaches there is lots to do in Cornwall. The well known surfing beaches on the north coast are not far from Tregony, you can ride, bike, picnic, explore and above all relax. For more information and pictures please click through to our main site.
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