WE OFFER SHORT BREAKS DURING NOVEMBER, DECEMBER OR RECOVER FROM CHRISTMAS WITH A FEW DAYS AWAY IN JANUARY.
WHAT COULD BE FINER THAN A FEW DAYS IN CORNWALL TO RECHARGE THE BATTERIES?
JUST CONTACT US ON 0114 2366178 OR 07768 176345
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The Roseland Peninsula is a beautiful, unspoilt part of Cornwall. An area of outstanding natural beauty which promises you breathtaking scenery, tranquil beaches and superb coastal walks all year round. Each season has its own magicical quality with the Gulf Stream providing an almost tropical micro-climate peculiar to the Roseland all year round.
Spring comes early to Cornwall and The Roseland is enduringly magical in this, the most beautiful part of Cornwall. The weather is warm, fuelled by the Gulf Stream, with beautiful days and strong light in which to explore the coastal paths and countryside. The village of Tregony is truly magical with a community spirit not found in other parts of the country. Springtime and summertime are a beautiful time to visit the Roseland with plenty to enjoy. The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan are beautiful and well worth a visit as are all the other tremendous gardens nearby. Book it now!!
How to make a reservation
Please look at the availability chart accessed by this website.
If your desired dates are available then please contact us by email or telephone. Once a booking has been agreed it will be reserved for up to 5 working days pending receipt of your deposit. Payment may be made by cheque, debit card or most major credit cards. Please feel free to call or email for further information.
Please note that we do not use an agency so our tariffs represent exceptional value!!
WHY NOT VISIT?
Places of interest nearby include...
Falmouth and The National Maritime Museum
The Cathedral City of Truro
Mevagissey and Fowey are only a short drive away
The Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan
Surfing centres on the North Coast
Further afield, St. Michael's Mount, The Minack Theatre and the inspirational seal sanctuary at Gweek