Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in St Mawes, Cornwall
Elerkey Guest House
In the heart of the picturesque village of Veryan famous for the Roundhouses on Roseland Peninsula is Elerkey Guest House a delightful family run country house set in its own beautiful grounds with patio area lawns and ample off road parking. br / br / We are approx one mile from beaches and coast paths. Eden Project National Trust properties and Heligan are close by. br / br / Elerkey offers AA Rated En-suite B & B where hospitality and service are exemplary. We also have an art gallery where Harvey sells his original paintings and prints along with hand-made Jewellery cards and gifts. The coffee shop serves light lunches delicious home-made cakes and Cornish cream teas. br / br / The bedrooms are light and airy and equipped with an emphasis on high quality and comfortable accommodation ensuring visitors have a wonderful relaxing haven from which to explore Cornwall. br / br / Each room has a radio hospitality tray television with integral dvd hair dryer and direct dial telephone with an alarm call facility. A selection of toiletries are provided and ironing facilities are also available. br / br / Rooms are freshened daily towels changed and your hospitality tray and mineral water replenished. br / br / Elerkey has a twin double and family room which can sleep up to four people. They all have central heating ideal for any season. The guest lounge overlooks the garden and patio area which are sun traps on lovely days guests may relax here any time. Parasols and cushions are always available. br / br / We are open throughout the year except Christmas and the New Year. br / br / Breakfast is served in the beautiful spacious dining room. An extensive menu is available offering a Traditional English Breakfast along with a substantial continental and vegetarian alternative. Everything is freshly prepared and cooked for you to enjoy using free range eggs fresh fruit and locally sourced food where possible. br / br / Morning Newspapers can be ordered. We can also arrange packed lunches picnic chairs and beach towels on request.
Little Newton B&B
Little Newton B&B is a small family run business offering a warm welcome to new and regular visitors... from March until October. Jayne offers a superb home cooked breakfast fresh fruit cereals and yoghurt served with fresh juice and endless tea and coffee. br / br / br / br / St Mawes is an old Cornish Fishing Village it still maintains its charm and beauty and is considered a real jewel in the Cornish Riveria we are lucky to enjoy a very mild climate. We have a lovely selection of shops you can get a great crab sandwich or a local Cornish pasty.
The Rosevine is a Georgian house by the sea on the beautiful Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall. The house and garden look directly over Gerrans Bay to the fishing village of Portscatho. A safe sandy beach and the South West Coastal Path are just 140 meters from the gate. Relaxed and family friendly we have twelve one and two bedroom suites in the main house. Other facilities include an indoor pool playroom with Xbox and games outdoor play area a quiet lounge and a restaurant serving breakfast lunch afternoon tea and dinner. Check in from 3pm each day reception office closes at 11pm (5pm on Sundays)
Trewithian Farm Bed & Breakfast
Trewithian Farm Bed and Breakfast situated on the Roseland Peninsular an area of outstanding natural beauty in the stunning County of Cornwall. br / br / br / br / If your on holiday visiting friends or relatives or down on business we will do our best to make sure your stay is both enjoyable and comfortable. br / br / br / br / Truro is a 25 minute drive away with a wealth of shops and restaurants Falmouth just a short trip across the water or by car using the King Harry Ferry for a visit to the Maritime Museum the market town of St Austell and the Eden Project or The Lost Gardens of Heligan all within easy travelling distance. br / br / br / br / A walkers paradise at anytime of the year with a variety of both coastal and inland walks beautiful gardens and glorious beaches all on our doorstep something for everyone! br / br / br / br / Trewithian 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. br / br / br / br / 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. br / br / br / br / We are open all year round provide parking and can also offer optional evening meals from October through to March. br / br / 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 Trellisick and further afield to Falmouth or Truro. br / br / br / br / The farm has two double rooms two family rooms and two twin rooms. Five of the rooms have en-suite whilst one double has a separate but private bathroom which is adjacent to the room and has a bath with a shower over.