St Martin Cornwall


  • Cottages and Apartments

    • St Anthony Caravan on the GreenCaravan on the Green

      Helford
      An old showman caravan and cedar chalet with twin beds enjoys an idyllic waterside position on the edge of Gillan Creek St Anthony. Sheltered by trees in a quiet and isolated with no car access. The caravan is reached by a footpath from the lane above, or by walking along the beach from St. Anthony. There is a lay-by and parking on the lane or at St Anthony 100 yards away – Sleeps 2/4.

    • St Anthony Holiday CottagesSt Anthony Holiday Cottages

      Helford
      The Old Boatyard House was built in the 1990s and this gorgeous house fronting the Helford River is set on the point separating Penarvon Creek from Helford Creek. The superb living room has dual aspect windows making the most of the stunning position and opens onto a terrace above the lovely gardens which run down to a small stone landing by the river. Four bedrooms. Sleeps 8.

    • Gillywarth Gillan Creek Helford RiverGillywartha Farmhouse, Gillan, Helford River

      Gillan Creek, The Lizard
      NEW JUNE 2021 – A three bedroom self-catering former Victorian farmhouse in a tranquil rural location, Gillywartha is just a short walk away from Gillan Creek and the coast path. The beautiful village of Helford and its lovely riverside thatched pub is a 15 minute drive. Sleeps 6.

    Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks

      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.

      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

      • Trelowarren EstateTrelowarren Estate

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

      • 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.

      • 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.

      Golf Courses/Clubs

      • Mullion Golf ClubMullion Golf Club

        Mullion
        Mullion Golf Club situated on the cliffs of the Lizard Peninsula is not only the most Southerly course but one of the most beautiful courses in the West Country. Framed by sandy coves and protected reed beds, the course, now well past it’s centenary, has always attracted the literary giants who not only enjoyed the golf but also fascinated by the ambience.

    • Cottages and Apartments

      • St Anthony Caravan on the GreenCaravan on the Green

        Helford
        An old showman caravan and cedar chalet with twin beds enjoys an idyllic waterside position on the edge of Gillan Creek St Anthony. Sheltered by trees in a quiet and isolated with no car access. The caravan is reached by a footpath from the lane above, or by walking along the beach from St. Anthony. There is a lay-by and parking on the lane or at St Anthony 100 yards away – Sleeps 2/4.

      • Gillywarth Gillan Creek Helford RiverGillywartha Farmhouse, Gillan, Helford River

        Gillan Creek, The Lizard
        NEW JUNE 2021 – A three bedroom self-catering former Victorian farmhouse in a tranquil rural location, Gillywartha is just a short walk away from Gillan Creek and the coast path. The beautiful village of Helford and its lovely riverside thatched pub is a 15 minute drive. Sleeps 6.

      • St Anthony Holiday CottagesSt Anthony Holiday Cottages

        Helford
        The Old Boatyard House was built in the 1990s and this gorgeous house fronting the Helford River is set on the point separating Penarvon Creek from Helford Creek. The superb living room has dual aspect windows making the most of the stunning position and opens onto a terrace above the lovely gardens which run down to a small stone landing by the river. Four bedrooms. Sleeps 8.

      Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks

        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.

        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.

        • 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.

        • 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

        • Mullion Golf ClubMullion Golf Club

          Mullion
          Mullion Golf Club situated on the cliffs of the Lizard Peninsula is not only the most Southerly course but one of the most beautiful courses in the West Country. Framed by sandy coves and protected reed beds, the course, now well past it’s centenary, has always attracted the literary giants who not only enjoyed the golf but also fascinated by the ambience.