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Tel code: 01726 | code search
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Cornish Midsummer Bonfires
Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
Padstow 'Obby 'Oss
Quinquennial Knill Dance,
St Columb Hurling
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Harbour Tavern
"The pub itself was lovely, great location, surroundings and the food was also great. However the bar staff were not - Well one barmaid in particular, i think she ..." More

Ship Inn
"Lovely popular place to eat out, the staff very friendly. Food very good well worth the wait, The Mussels where extremley amazing definately one of the best dishes to experience. ..." More

Harbour Tavern
"Terrible Service, Had to wait for what seemed like forever to only then get served by a very rude and unhelpful young lady, who then got our order wrong. ..." More

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Mevagissey is an unspoilt fishing village on the South Coast of Cornwall. This pretty village whose history stretches back to 1313, famed for itís smuggling and boat building. The paint pallet of cottages perch on the slopes overlooking the harbours, and whether you linger to photograph, paint or simply enjoy it, will be hard to leave, perhaps one of the many boat trips on offer will be one temptation too many, from sea fishing, shark fishing, or a pleasant ferry trip to nearby Fowey. The village with narrow twisting labyrinth of streets whisk you back in time, and are a real pleasure to explore with many treasures to discover.. The Aquarium is housed in the old RNLI Life Boat House, and proudly displays many interesting exhibits. As does the Museum which was previously used for the repair and building of smuggling vessels. The World of Model Railways is an amazing place to visit with over thirty trains, as is The Lost Gardens of Heligan or Caerhays Castle and 60 acres of woodland all are close by . With stunning sandy beaches, harbour and winding streets, not to mention itís smuggling history and pilchard cellars, Mevagissey weaves itís spell every time.


Chloe's at Blue Harbour
Cobs Cottage
Katie's at Blue Harbour
Lillie's at Blue Harbour
Polly's at Blue Harbour


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Pub and Bar

Cellar Bar
Fountain Inn
Harbour Tavern
Rising Sun Inn
Ship Inn


Celtic Knot Restaurant
Haven Restaurant
Kings Arms
Old Bark House Restaurant
Rising Sun Inn
Ship Inn

Treleaven Restaurant
Waterside Restaurant
Wheel House Restaurant


Mevagissey Primary School


Moon Dragon
Juliet Gould Gallery
Gissey Gear
Sitting Pretty
Brocante Ltd
Expectations of Cornwall
Ocean Pearl
Deadeye Jacks Cabin
Portmellon Trading
The Bee Hive
Harbour Trading
Mevagissey Fine Art
Martins Bakery
Mini Market
The Candy Shop

The Cornish Fudge Shop
Taste Buds Cafe
The Coffee Cabin
The Moorings
The Fishermens Chippy
The Central Cafe
Mevagissey Wet Fish
PG Randall Fishmonger
By the Bay

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Bacchus B&B (0.22 miles)

Bacchus B&B
Bacchus is a large elevated modern house with views of the sea and harbour in the popular old fishing village of Mevagissey. It is furnished and decorated to a very high standard and offers excellent ... More | visit website
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Trevalsa Hotel (0.23 miles)

Trevalsa Hotel
Imagine your perfect Cornish beach hotel. Privately owned and run, Trevalsa Court is stylish, comfortable and informal. Wake to the cry of gulls and the sight and sound of the sea. Enjoy the freshest ... More | visit website
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Trevalsa Court (0.23 miles)

Trevalsa Court

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The EDEN PROJECT and THE LOST GARDEN OF HELIGAN are 5 and 20 min. by car away and Trevalsa is an ideal touring base to explore Cornwall. A small Country ... More

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Tremarne Hotel (0.41 miles)

Tremarne Hotel

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This small Hotel is in a beautiful and peaceful location, next to the South West Coastal Path - within walking distance of the idyllic fishing village of Mevagissey and Portmellon ... More

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The Llawnroc Hotel (2.08 miles)

The Llawnroc Hotel
Enjoy luxury, comfort and a warm welcome at this stylish new getaway on Cornwallís south coast. Here youíll find a chic retreat where you can relax, unwind and enjoy the very best that Cornwall has ... More | visit website
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Harbours Reach Guest House (2.15 miles)

Harbours Reach Guest House
Bob & Sue Cooling would like to welcome you to Harbours Reach Guest House & Coffee Shop, Gorran Haven on the Cornish Riviera. Harbours Reach is a family run Guest House, a 5 minute drive from ... More | visit website
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Dolphin Rock (2.57 miles)

Dolphin Rock
Dolphin Rock is a beautifully spacious house where you will be assured of a relaxing stay. Dolphin Rock is fully equipped for both families, large groups of adults, or indeed those who just prefer to ... More | visit website
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The Vean (3.79 miles)

The Vean

The Vean is a three storey, eight bedroomed luxury country house retreat which sleeps up to 16 people. The interior of The Vean is beautifully furnished as an elegant period Georgian country house with all the ... More | visit website

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The Cornwall Hotel, Spa & Estate (3.91 miles)

The Cornwall Hotel, Spa & Estate

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The Cornwall Estate is 43 acres of woodland and parkland and comprises of a 65 luxurious bedroom hotel which embraces a 19th century manor house that has been fully restored, 22 woodland ... More

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Bosinver Farm Cottages (4.17 miles)

Bosinver Farm Cottages
Bosinver Farm offers top quality farm holidays in Cornwall, located in a hidden valley between St Austell and Mevagissey, with 30 acres of wildflower meadows and friendly farm animals on the doorstep. We have a range ... More | visit website

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