Stunningly converted 17th Century Cornish stone barns tucked away on the west side of the Roseland Peninsula, surrounded by National Trust land and rolling fields. Close to St Just in Roseland Church, Trelissick, St Mawes and Truro. Eden and Heligan are are short drive away.
The Valley....Cornwall's best kept secret. Modern and tasteful self catering accommodation, with stylish restaurant and facilities in the summer. Set in a beautiful country valley not far from Falmouth and Truro. Stay soon to discover Cornwall's hidden luxury retreat.
Tretop is a fully equipped modern apartment in a quiet location in central Truro, a few minutes walk from the famous Lemon Street, Lemon Quay, the Hall for Cornwall, and the Cathedral.
Peter and Norbert welcome you to Clifton's Bed and Breakfast, only a 10 minute walk from Truro's city centre. Award winning local produce is used to provide delicious breakfasts. Facilities
Callestock is a courtyard of charming converted barns on a quiet little dairy farm not far from Truro and the North Cornish Coast.
These holiday cottages occupy a tranquil and deeply rural setting about a mile from the village of Stithians which has a shop and a friendly pub, The Seven Stars.
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.
Relax and unwind in peace, Bodrean is surrounded by large gardens, rolling hills and woodland. The rooms are designed with your comfort in mind with twin, king or superking beds. Start your day with a choice from Michele's extensive breakfast menu, sourced locally or from home.
The Townhouse Rooms are situated on a road of handsome houses in Truro City. The right place for walking distance to all the resturants, main shops, theatre, cinema, train, bus and coach terminals and central to explore the whole of Cornwall.
Georgian House only five minutes' level walk to the centre and five minutes' walk from the railway station. Cyclists and walkers welcomed.