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B and Bs in Mawgan Porth

Kernow Trek Lodge
Trevarrian
Mawgan Porth
Cornwall

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Kernow Trek is a family run Bed and Breakfast - 8 rooms, a mix of family, double, twin and a single room, all with en suite facility. We welcome families, couples, singles and small groups. We are situated in Trevarrian, between Mawgan Porth and Watergate Bay. Our fresh, modern décor, superb location, and friendly welcome make this a fantastic base for holidays on the North Cornwall coast. We are just minutes away from some of Cornwall's most beautiful beaches and stunning cliff walks. Conveniently located for fabulous visitor attractions and restaurants - For example; Jamie Oliver's Fifteen, Eden Project, Padstow, Watergate Bay, Bedruthen Steps.... and much more! Start your day with our home cooked breakfast ( Full English, with vegetarian option, cereal, fruit, yogurt and as much tea and toast as you can drink!). Unwind in a peaceful and beautiful part of the world, relax and enjoy Cornwall at your leisure. Or if you are feeling energetic, try some activities! Choose from the activities on offer, and we can organise everything for you. Our aim is to provide a simple home away from home. Whatever your needs, be it beach sports, relaxing family fun, exploring Cornwall, or peaceful cliff and country side walks.... .....we look forward to taking care of you..... Andrew and Rosie Pearman

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