Small family run B&B in Mevagissey. Large car park. Ensuite rooms. Pets welcome. Near to Heligan gardens, harbour and coastal path.
* Large car park, which is a bonus and no having to drive through the narrow streets.
* Fully refurbished for 2009 and with same owners for 18yrs so lots of repeat guests.
* Ensuite rooms with colour TVs, tea/coffee making, hair dryer, clock radio.
* Full English breakfast.
* Pets most welcome.
* Smoking allowed outside.
* Large front garden with sun chairs for lazy days.
* Near to Heligan gardens and Eden project.
* Coastal path with spectacular views and beach is 5 minutes up our hill.
* Small family run B&B in Mevagissey.
Mevagissey is a working fishing harbour with origins in the 14th century. Fishing trips and ferryboat journeys are available on the harbour.
There are several beaches within easy reach of Mevagissey. There are also many coastal walks with panoramic views.
The Eden Project:
Dubbed the 'Eighth Wonder of the World' by some, Eden is a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football pitches.
With more than 200-acres to explore, you really can lose yourself for a day in this enchanting restoration garden.
China Clay Country Park:
Set in 26 acres of woodland the visitor can explore nature and historical trails leading up to a high viewpoint that gives a panoramic view of Wheal Martyn Pit a modern working clay quarry
Caerhays Castle Gardens:
Nestled in a secluded valley above Porthluney Cove, this 100-acres of woodland gardens is one of Britain's horticultural treasures.
After you pass the large Mevagissey car park you have to follow the road to the LEFT this is where the houses overhang the road and quite narrow.
The shop in front of you is the Minimarket with our large sign in the window pointing LEFT come up the hill, where it forks take the upper hill [right] and just around first bend there is our sign at end of driveway on the LEFT [before Old School House].
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This page was last updated: 30 March 2011