Portscatho, Gerrans and Rosevine

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Portscatho, Gerrans & Rosevine Nestled on the south of the Peninsula is the delightful Portscatho. Slightly off the beaten track has been this village’s forte and one which visitors “discover” rather than read about. Unlike […]

Portscatho, Gerrans & Rosevine

22/06/2013 0

Portscatho, Gerrans & Rosevine Nestled on the south of the Peninsula is the delightful Portscatho. Slightly off the beaten track has been this village’s forte and one which visitors “discover” rather than read about. Unlike […]

St Mawes

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St Mawes On the northern of the Roseland’s two points lies the village of St Mawes. Celebrated for its exquisite position, views across the Fal estuary to Falmouth and close-knit streets, St Mawes is a […]

St Just

22/06/2013 0

St Just On the road between Portscatho and St Mawes lies the lovely village of St Just. Without doubt its most famous landmark is the St Just in Roseland church, which is world renowned and […]

St Anthony, Place & Bohortha

22/06/2013 0

St Anthony, Place & Bohortha St Anthony and its prestigious lighthouse are steeped in history. The perfect lookout post for nearly two centuries, it was more recently the station for the American’s during WWII; protecting […]

Ruan High Lanes & Lanihorne

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Ruan Lanihorne & Ruanhighlanes The creek at Ruan Lanihorne is a bird lover’s paradise, providing a haven for waders and waterfowl, and the gentle hills and leafy lanes surrounding it are a joy for walking […]

Philleigh

22/06/2013 0

Philleigh Philleigh – formerly known as Eglos Ros, meaning heath church, before being named after the village saint, St Filius – is a quiet little hamlet just at the top of the Fal estuary. It […]

Veryan

22/06/2013 0

Veryan The village of Veryan is situated in the heart of the Roseland peninsula. Famed for its roundhouses, ordered built between 1815 and 1818 by the Reverend Trist – as the unlikely legend has it; […]

Tregony & Cuby

22/06/2013 0

  Tregony & Cuby Known by some as the ‘Gateway to the Roseland’, this charming village on the tiny Fal river was the birthplace of the Anglican churchman, Archer Thompson Gurney and the nearby hamlet […]

Portloe, East & West Portholland

22/06/2013 0

Portloe, East and West Portholland Just off the Roseland Peninsula is the picturesque village of Portloe. A village described by Sir John Betjeman as “One of the least spoilt and most impressive of Cornish fishing […]

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