The Unspoilt Roseland Peninsula
Cornwall has (rightly) been voted the UK's number 1 Tourism Destination for the last 3 years. The Roseland is perhaps one of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of Cornwall. It does not attract the volume of visitors that St Ives, Padstow and Falmouth do - and in many respects that is what makes it special. The video below will hopefully give you a flavour of why we love it here so much. It's one of the few "undiscovered" parts of our lovely county.
Beautiful South Cornwall
Whilst The Roseland Peninsula is (we think) the most beautiful part of Cornwall - there are a number of other wonderful attractions on the South Coast that are worthy of a visit. To the west of us, the Helford River is wonderfully tranquil. To the east there are the fishing villages of Portloe, Mevagissey and Polperro together with the Caerhays Gardens.
The video below showcases a bit more of what South Cornwall has to offer.
From our guests...
“These few days have been a delight. What a magic place. We hope to have a return trip.”
Steve & Judy - Wimborne, Dorset (April 2008)