Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
Located 47 km from Plymouth and less than 8 km from the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Harbour Tavern Penthouse offers accommodation in Mevagissey and enjoys a panoramic view of the harbour, looking out to the south coast of the English Channel.
One of a ribbon of picturesque fishing villages dotting the fabled Cornish coastline. Mevagissey has ancient buildings flanking steep and extremely narrow streets which during.....
in the county of Cornwall(1.6 miles, 2.5 km, direction N)
Set amidst enchanting countryside, Pentewan has caravan and camping sites making it a popular resort for families. It has a fine sandy beach which is ideal for beach-games, swimming, fishing and other watersports...
Historically, this beautiful location is said to be the place where Sir Henry Treworth of Bodruggan spurred his horse over the cliffs in 1485...
in the county of Cornwall(2.9 miles, 4.7 km, direction SW)
in the county of Cornwall(4.5 miles, 7.3 km, direction N)
This lovely little port hugs the rugged south Cornish coast overlooking picturesque St. Austell Bay...
in the county of Cornwall(4.7 miles, 7.5 km, direction N)
One of the blessings of St. Austell, is its parish church, a glorious structure that has a beautiful carved 15th-century tower built of local yellow stone. ..
"One of the least spoiled and most impressive of Cornish fishing villages" - Sir John Betjeman (famous poet 1906-1984)..
Trewithen is a glorious 18th-century house built by Thomas Edwards and decorated in Rococo style. It forms a backdrop for.....
This is a joyous celebration of precious plant life established as a millennium project to mark the birth of the 21st century. .....
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