Mousehole

Mousehole on the Land’s End Peninsula is famed for Tom Bowcock and his legendary cat, stargazey pie, and the beauty of its tiny harbour. Behind the village you’ll find a wealth of prehistoric sites... Read More

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Hotels in Mousehole - 6 places to stay

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Ship Inn

Ship Inn

In the traditional Cornish fishing village of Mousehole, sitting in a prominent position over the harbour, there are 8 en-suite rooms all beautifully furnished. Many of the rooms have stunning views over the harbour and ... More | visit website

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Old Coastguard Inn

A Cornish boutique hotel by the sea
Perched above the seashore in the astonishingly unspoilt fishing village of Mousehole in West Cornwall, the Old Coastguard is an intimate, friendly hotel and restaurant with its own palm-strewn ... More | visit website

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Old Coastguard Hotel (0.01 miles)

Old Coastguard Hotel
A Cornish boutique hotel by the sea

Perched above the seashore in the astonishingly unspoilt fishing village of Mousehole in West Cornwall, the Old Coastguard is an intimate, friendly hotel and restaurant with its own palm-strewn ... More | visit website
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Panorama Guest House (1.28 miles)

Panorama Guest House
With spectacular views of Mount's Bay and The Lizard Peninsula, the newly refurbished Panorama Guest House is ideal for exploring West Cornwall. The Panorama is at the top of Chywoone Hill. Land's End is a ... More | visit website
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The Smugglers (1.34 miles)

The Smugglers

The Smugglers sits in an elevated position overlooking Newlyn harbour and Mount's Bay. We are one mile from Penzance and Mousehole and eight miles from Land's End. Newlyn has the largest fishing fleet in the south ... More | visit website

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Higher Faugan Parc (1.40 miles)

Higher Faugan Parc

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Higher Faugan Built in 1904 as the family home of artists Stanhope & Elizabeth Forbes. Recently reopened after refurbishment with the addition of 4 suites in the north wing, originally ... More

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Higher Faugan (1.40 miles)

Higher Faugan
The north wing of the house; originally the artist studio; now comprises of 4 luxury suites. Suites sleep 2/4 are comfortably and tastefully furnished; incorporating king size beds; sofas; LCD TV's; en-suite bathrooms with bath ... More | visit website
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Lamorna Cove (1.92 miles)

Lamorna Cove
This property is 3 minutes walk from the beach. Offering an outdoor pool with a fantastic sea view, The Lamorna Cove Hotel offers self-catering accommodation with free WiFi access and free on-site parking. The hotel ... More | visit website
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The Cove (1.92 miles)

The Cove

Perched above glorious Lamorna Cove in the very far west of Cornwall, the Cove is a rare blend of contemporary elegance and international style. The Cove allows you to enjoy the comfort of a luxury ... More | visit website

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Sea Waves B&B (2.08 miles)

Sea Waves B&B
There are plenty of things to do out and about. You could hire bicycles and take a ride around Penzance, or go on a fishing trip or pleasure boat trip to look for sea-life. You ... More | visit website
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Shoreline Guest House (2.08 miles)

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Sea view rooms have amazing views of St Michael’s Mount, Mounts Bay and Newlyn. At the front of the guesthouse, there is a Sun deck garden facing the sea, where ... More
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Camilla House (2.12 miles)

Camilla House

Multiple award winning non-smoking Guest House accommodation with quality of service for visitors to Cornwall. Ideal base for both guests seeking a break and those requiring a relaxing time while on business.

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