Number 27 Lemon Street is an elegant Georgian Town House built in 1807. It is situated on one of the UK's longest Georgian streets, close to the centre of the wonderful Cathedral city of Truro.
Offers a genuine country experience on a working farm in the peaceful hamlet of Come-To-Good. Delicious farmhouse breakfasts, fantastic country walks, a friendly relaxed atmosphere open all year!
Dedicated to hospitality, your wellbeing and comfort, Blankednick Farm is a family run bed and breakfast, open all year round, surrounded by stunning countryside views in a secluded part of the Kennall Valley.
Tom Thumb is, as its name suggests, a small cottage in St Mawes. Located up towards the castle it is an easy short level walk to the centre of the village. Beautiful views across to St Anthony lighthouse and the Carrick Roads. The nearest beach is just across the road.
Georgian House only five minutes' level walk to the centre and five minutes' walk from the railway station. Cyclists and walkers welcomed.
The Rose in Vale is an independently owned country house hotel situated in the village of Mithian, St Agnes just a short drive from Truro. The twenty two bedrooms are designed for comfort and include luxury suites, doubles, twins and singles. Facilities:
Centrally situated, yet close to the coast. Homestead Farm is a great holiday base from which to explore the many delights of Cornwall, from the Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan to the many National Trust properties.
No 3 Union Place Guest House is conveniently located behind the Cathedral in the centre of our City, close to all that Truro has to offer.
The owners have converted three stone farm buildings on their working family farm to comfortable holiday cottages, each with a different character.
Penkerris is a creeper clad Edwardian residence located within walking distance of surfing beaches. There are swings for the children, picnic tables and a BBQ. There is also a beach hut at Trevaunance Cove with changing and drinks facilities.