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“A delightful B&B set in a quaint fishing village. Five individually styled rooms feature patterned wallpaper, plush headboards and parquet flooring. Daily changing breakfasts are utterly indulgent and the hosts are ever welcoming.”

“A delightful B&B set in a quaint fishing village. Five individually styled rooms feature patterned wallpaper, plush headboards and parquet flooring. Daily changing breakfasts are utterly indulgent and the hosts are ever welcoming.”

Recommended For

  • Local exploring
  • A charming B&B located in a quaint Cornish fishing village. The ideal place to explore the region from.
  • Other Activities
  • Visit the incredible Eden Project housing ecostystems from around the world in its large domes.
  • Great walks
  • For a real-life ‘Secret Garden’ experience head to the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
  • Trekking
  • Take long walks along Cornwall's beautiful coastal path.
  • Cycling
  • Restrictions on children
  • Adult only unless the whole house is booked for one group
  • No restaurant
  • Breakfast served
  • Romantic
  • Quiet
  • Intimate
  • Luxury
  • Charming
  • B+B
  • Boutique
  • Antiques
  • Pet friendly
  • Village
  • Traditional
  • Full of character

Facilities

  • Restrictions on children
  • Adult only unless the whole house is booked for one group
  • No restaurant
  • Breakfast served
  • Parking
  • Wifi
  • Garden
  • Pet friendly

Activities

  • Other Activities
  • Visit the incredible Eden Project housing ecostystems from around the world in its large domes.
  • Great walks
  • For a real-life ‘Secret Garden’ experience head to the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
  • Trekking
  • Take long walks along Cornwall's beautiful coastal path.
  • Cycling

Map & Location

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Other Reviews

The Old Parsonage

If your last experience of a B&B involved poky digs, crocheted loo covers and a battleaxe landlady, you’re in for one hell of a treat. Even from the street, the Old Parsonage stands out: an immaculate, imposing former naval lieutenant’s home five minutes from Mevagissey harbour, with a cheery blue and buttermilk facade.

Originally published by Sunday Times (view article)