Mawgan Cornwall


  • Cottages and Apartments

    • Self Catering on an organic farm on the HelfordThe Flower House at Goongillings, Helford River

      Constantine
      One of four popular holiday cottages on a 150 acre organic farm with its own foreshore and private quay on the upper reaches of the Helford, The Flower House was once used for bunching and packing daffodils. 2 bedrooms, living area, kitchen, bathroom, patio with BBQ. Tennis court, farm walks to river and use of small boats. Short walk to the award-winning Trengilly Wartha Inn. An idyllic place to relax. Sleeps 4.

    • SunnysideSunnyside, Helford River

      Gweek
      A 150-year-old Cornish cottage with its own foreshore and saltings, tucked away between the two creeks that meet to form the Helford River. Sunnyside is a family home in the centre of the village of Gweek, but it is very secluded. It’s an ideal holiday base – there is no need to go anywhere with the woods and river to explore and the beautiful garden to relax in. Three bedrooms, sleeps 7-8.

    • Rock Cottage Waterside RetreatRock Cottage Waterside Retreat

      Mawgan
      A 16th Century waterside retreat standing alone in an acre of private grounds by the peaceful shores of the Mawgan Creek on the Helford River. Rock Cottage has fabulous unspoilt views, no neighbours or owners on site. Observe the birdlife, go fishing, nature watch or enjoy rowing in the boat provided. Full CH, WiFi, 3 bedrooms, all home comforts. Perfect location for exploring the Lizard beaches. Sleeps 6.

    • Bridge CottageBridge Cottage, Gweek

      Gweek
      Enjoy a taste of Cornish village life in the beautiful Helford Valley. Set in the heart of creekside Gweek, well known for the Seal Sanctuary, Bridge Cottage has been lovingly restored with hand-built kitchen cupboards, Rayburn, roll-top bath, wood burner, French windows leading into enclosed cottage garden with Wendy House and stream. Walks, gardens, fishing and boat hire are all on your doorstep. Sleeps 4 + 1.

    Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks

    • Franchis HolidaysFranchis Holidays on the Lizard Peninsula

      Mullion
      A simple, quiet and friendly park with just 57 gently sloping pitches and 3 chalet bungalows for hire. Ideally suited to both couples & families seeking a relaxing break in a rural ‘away from it all’ setting. Just 2 miles outside of Mullion, close to idyllic sandy coves and cliff walks, perfectly situated for exploring West Cornwall. Seasonal pitches also now available.

    Bed & Breakfast

    • Tregaddra FarmTregaddra Farm, Lizard Peninsula B&B

      Cury Cross Lanes
      A home-from-home B&B set in a peaceful Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the centre of the Lizard Peninsula, not far from Mullion Cove. Open log fires and Aga farmhouse breakfasts, cosy en-suite bedrooms (two with balconies), magnificent views, all-weather tennis court, covered swimming pool (open seasonally) and beautifully kept, quiet garden.

    • Mullion Cove HotelMullion Cove Hotel

      Mullion Cove
      With stunning sea views, the Mullion Cove Hotel is a celebration of quality, style and service in a perfect location on The Lizard in South West Cornwall. From the spacious hotel you can enjoy glorious, uninterupted sea views and spectacular sunsets over Mullion Island, Mounts Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy quality food, walking the coast path, bird-watching and romantic breaks. Open all year. Dogs very welcome.

    Hotels

    • Mullion Cove HotelMullion Cove Hotel

      Mullion Cove
      With stunning sea views, the Mullion Cove Hotel is a celebration of quality, style and service in a perfect location on The Lizard in South West Cornwall. From the spacious hotel you can enjoy glorious, uninterupted sea views and spectacular sunsets over Mullion Island, Mounts Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy quality food, walking the coast path, bird-watching and romantic breaks. Open all year. Dogs very welcome.

    Activity, Surfing and Walking Holidays

    • Visit Cornwall BrochuresFREE Visit Cornwall Brochures

      Cornwall
      A trip to Cornwall with the family or a good bunch of friends is the perfect way to have some serious fun and totally recharge, whatever the time of year.

    Visitor Attractions

    • Pendennis CastlePendennis Castle

      Falmouth
      Overlooking Falmouth, with superb views across the Fal Estuary. Throughout its 450 year history Pendennis Castle has played a vital role in protecting these shores from invasion.

    • The Flambards ExperienceThe Flambards Experience

      Helston
      All weather family leisure park with a unique mix of internationally acclaimed exhibitions, rides, playgrounds, shows, entertainment, gardens, Victorian village and Britain in the Blitz.

    • Glendurgan GardenGlendurgan Garden

      Mawnan Smith
      By the beautiful Helford estuary, Glendurgan is one of the great sub-tropical gardens of the South West. Exotic trees and shrubs flourish amidst open glades carpeted with wild flowers. This garden is cared for by the National Trust.

    • Cornish Seal SanctuaryCornish Seal Sanctuary

      Gweek
      Cornwall’s only Seal Sanctuary and rescue centre. Experience animal welfare in action, hear about dramatic rescues and meet the seal and sea lion characters whose individual stories are brought to life during your visit. The Sanctuary is also home to fun loving otters, playful penguins, potty paddock animals and a rock pool hosting a wide range of marine creatures.

    • Trebah GardenTrebah Garden

      Mawnan Smith
      One of Cornwall’s great gardens, rated among the 80 most beautiful in the world, Trebah is a sub-tropical paradise set on the banks of the historic Helford River. Planting ensures colour and scent throughout the year.

    • Trelowarren EstateTrelowarren Estate

      Mawgan
      Probably one of Corwall’s most historic traditional working estate, run by the same family for 600 years.

    • National Maritime Museum FalmouthNational Maritime Museum Falmouth

      Falmouth
      The Museum to have fun in! Celebrating the sea, boats and Cornwall, this multi award winning Museum not only has 15 galleries, over five floors beautifully illustrating the past, present and future of this island nation but also offers a number of stunning exhibitions. Climb aboard the helicopter in the Search & Rescue exhibition, go back in time to the Bronze Age in 2012 BC and enjoy ever changing new exhibitions.

    Golf Courses/Clubs

    • Falmouth Golf ClubFalmouth Golf Club

      Falmouth
      A mature and beautifully maintained course, Falmouth is a good challenge for most golfers. Stunning sea and coastal views, excellent greens, a well drained course and a friendly atmosphere in the clubhouse where freshly cooked food and reasonably priced full bar are available. Visitors welcome. Special rates available for societies. Driving range, PGA Professional. Dress code apples and knowledge of golf etiquette.

  • Cottages and Apartments

    • Bridge CottageBridge Cottage, Gweek

      Gweek
      Enjoy a taste of Cornish village life in the beautiful Helford Valley. Set in the heart of creekside Gweek, well known for the Seal Sanctuary, Bridge Cottage has been lovingly restored with hand-built kitchen cupboards, Rayburn, roll-top bath, wood burner, French windows leading into enclosed cottage garden with Wendy House and stream. Walks, gardens, fishing and boat hire are all on your doorstep. Sleeps 4 + 1.

    • Rock Cottage Waterside RetreatRock Cottage Waterside Retreat

      Mawgan
      A 16th Century waterside retreat standing alone in an acre of private grounds by the peaceful shores of the Mawgan Creek on the Helford River. Rock Cottage has fabulous unspoilt views, no neighbours or owners on site. Observe the birdlife, go fishing, nature watch or enjoy rowing in the boat provided. Full CH, WiFi, 3 bedrooms, all home comforts. Perfect location for exploring the Lizard beaches. Sleeps 6.

    • SunnysideSunnyside, Helford River

      Gweek
      A 150-year-old Cornish cottage with its own foreshore and saltings, tucked away between the two creeks that meet to form the Helford River. Sunnyside is a family home in the centre of the village of Gweek, but it is very secluded. It’s an ideal holiday base – there is no need to go anywhere with the woods and river to explore and the beautiful garden to relax in. Three bedrooms, sleeps 7-8.

    • Self Catering on an organic farm on the HelfordThe Flower House at Goongillings, Helford River

      Constantine
      One of four popular holiday cottages on a 150 acre organic farm with its own foreshore and private quay on the upper reaches of the Helford, The Flower House was once used for bunching and packing daffodils. 2 bedrooms, living area, kitchen, bathroom, patio with BBQ. Tennis court, farm walks to river and use of small boats. Short walk to the award-winning Trengilly Wartha Inn. An idyllic place to relax. Sleeps 4.

    Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks

    • Franchis HolidaysFranchis Holidays on the Lizard Peninsula

      Mullion
      A simple, quiet and friendly park with just 57 gently sloping pitches and 3 chalet bungalows for hire. Ideally suited to both couples & families seeking a relaxing break in a rural ‘away from it all’ setting. Just 2 miles outside of Mullion, close to idyllic sandy coves and cliff walks, perfectly situated for exploring West Cornwall. Seasonal pitches also now available.

    Bed & Breakfast

    • Mullion Cove HotelMullion Cove Hotel

      Mullion Cove
      With stunning sea views, the Mullion Cove Hotel is a celebration of quality, style and service in a perfect location on The Lizard in South West Cornwall. From the spacious hotel you can enjoy glorious, uninterupted sea views and spectacular sunsets over Mullion Island, Mounts Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy quality food, walking the coast path, bird-watching and romantic breaks. Open all year. Dogs very welcome.

    • Tregaddra FarmTregaddra Farm, Lizard Peninsula B&B

      Cury Cross Lanes
      A home-from-home B&B set in a peaceful Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the centre of the Lizard Peninsula, not far from Mullion Cove. Open log fires and Aga farmhouse breakfasts, cosy en-suite bedrooms (two with balconies), magnificent views, all-weather tennis court, covered swimming pool (open seasonally) and beautifully kept, quiet garden.

    Hotels

    • Mullion Cove HotelMullion Cove Hotel

      Mullion Cove
      With stunning sea views, the Mullion Cove Hotel is a celebration of quality, style and service in a perfect location on The Lizard in South West Cornwall. From the spacious hotel you can enjoy glorious, uninterupted sea views and spectacular sunsets over Mullion Island, Mounts Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy quality food, walking the coast path, bird-watching and romantic breaks. Open all year. Dogs very welcome.

    Activity, Surfing and Walking Holidays

    • Visit Cornwall BrochuresFREE Visit Cornwall Brochures

      Cornwall
      A trip to Cornwall with the family or a good bunch of friends is the perfect way to have some serious fun and totally recharge, whatever the time of year.

    Visitor Attractions

    • Cornish Seal SanctuaryCornish Seal Sanctuary

      Gweek
      Cornwall’s only Seal Sanctuary and rescue centre. Experience animal welfare in action, hear about dramatic rescues and meet the seal and sea lion characters whose individual stories are brought to life during your visit. The Sanctuary is also home to fun loving otters, playful penguins, potty paddock animals and a rock pool hosting a wide range of marine creatures.

    • Glendurgan GardenGlendurgan Garden

      Mawnan Smith
      By the beautiful Helford estuary, Glendurgan is one of the great sub-tropical gardens of the South West. Exotic trees and shrubs flourish amidst open glades carpeted with wild flowers. This garden is cared for by the National Trust.

    • National Maritime Museum FalmouthNational Maritime Museum Falmouth

      Falmouth
      The Museum to have fun in! Celebrating the sea, boats and Cornwall, this multi award winning Museum not only has 15 galleries, over five floors beautifully illustrating the past, present and future of this island nation but also offers a number of stunning exhibitions. Climb aboard the helicopter in the Search & Rescue exhibition, go back in time to the Bronze Age in 2012 BC and enjoy ever changing new exhibitions.

    • Pendennis CastlePendennis Castle

      Falmouth
      Overlooking Falmouth, with superb views across the Fal Estuary. Throughout its 450 year history Pendennis Castle has played a vital role in protecting these shores from invasion.

    • The Flambards ExperienceThe Flambards Experience

      Helston
      All weather family leisure park with a unique mix of internationally acclaimed exhibitions, rides, playgrounds, shows, entertainment, gardens, Victorian village and Britain in the Blitz.

    • Trebah GardenTrebah Garden

      Mawnan Smith
      One of Cornwall’s great gardens, rated among the 80 most beautiful in the world, Trebah is a sub-tropical paradise set on the banks of the historic Helford River. Planting ensures colour and scent throughout the year.

    • Trelowarren EstateTrelowarren Estate

      Mawgan
      Probably one of Corwall’s most historic traditional working estate, run by the same family for 600 years.

    Golf Courses/Clubs

    • Falmouth Golf ClubFalmouth Golf Club

      Falmouth
      A mature and beautifully maintained course, Falmouth is a good challenge for most golfers. Stunning sea and coastal views, excellent greens, a well drained course and a friendly atmosphere in the clubhouse where freshly cooked food and reasonably priced full bar are available. Visitors welcome. Special rates available for societies. Driving range, PGA Professional. Dress code apples and knowledge of golf etiquette.