Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in The Roseland, Cornwall
Bosvean is a fully equipped chalet / bungalow which sleeps up to 5 people. It is set in large, secluded gardens on the Roseland Peninsula. Children and a maximum of two dogs are welcome. Bosvean, meaning 'small dwelling', is an ideal place from which to explore much of Cornwall. It is close to many of Cornwall’s famous gardens, near to Truro and a ferry ride across the river from Falmouth. The old fishing villages of Portscatho and Gerrans are within walking distance and the South West Coast Path passes 300 yards from the door. There is a safe, sandy beach 300 yards away on which dogs are allowed all year. The local area is outstanding for walking and wildlife. Other nearby activities include fishing, sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, horse riding and birdwatching. Bosvean is the perfect place to unwind.
Broom Parc House
B & B in style at Broom Parc: On the beautiful Roseland Peninsula, Broom Parc stands alone in a stunning cliff top position amidst miles of unspoilt National Trust coastline. It is the perfect place for a holiday or short break to enjoy the summer sun or winter gales and log fires. The Roseland is Cornwall at its best with tucked away fishing villages, fine beaches, secluded coves, a magical coastal path, wonderful scenery, excellent dining at pubs or restaurants, good boating facilities, an intriguing history and much more. The spectacular Eden Project and the ever evolving 'Lost Gardens of Heligan' are just half an hour away.
Tucked away down a half-mile private lane amidst its 300-acre potato, arable and beef farm. Four generations of the same Cornish family have now occupied and worked the land since 1908.
A spacious house set in a secluded garden; it lies six miles west of Mevagissey on the threshold of the renowned Roseland Peninsula. Tregonan is mentioned in the Domesday Book. From 1540 and again in the 18th Century, it was a former home of the Tremayne family, founders of Heligan Gardens.
• Good base to explore Cornwall most destinations can be reached within 1 hours drive.
• Car essential - free parking.
• Open from March to November.
• Mid week bookings accepted subject to availability.
• O.S. maps available to borrow.
• 'Places to Eat' folder available to browse.
• No traffic noise.
• Bird song.
Simply Cornwall Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast at its best!
Prices: £31.00 to £42.00 pppn. 2 double, 1 twin, all ensuite. Children over 12 welcome. WiFi Access. Credit & Debit cards accepted. Closed December - February inclusive.
Please Contact: Sandra Collins, Tregonan, Tregony, Truro. TR2 5SN. Tel: 01872 530249
Trewithian Farm is around 400 years old, and was one of three sister properties all built using the same 'E' style shape. The other two are at Rosteague near St. Anthony and Mevagissey. Our family moved here in 1918 and have been running it as a working farm ever since. The farmhouse was first opened to visitors in 1970. We are open all year round, provide parking and can also offer optional evening meals from October through to March. We are well placed for you to visit some of Cornwall's best gardens and attractions including The Lost gardens of Heligan and The Eden Project, whilst a trip aboard the famous King Harry Ferry will give you the chance to explore Trelissick and further afield to Falmouth or Truro. The farm has two double rooms, two family rooms, two twin rooms and one single room. All the bedrooms are en suite or have access to adjacent private bathrooms, with either a choice of bath or shower.