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B and Bs in Mevagissey

Trevalsa Hotel
School-Hill
Mevagissey
Cornwall

PL26 6TH | View map
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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 and the best of local food. Laze in our tranquil gardens, watching the boats - or if you are lucky, dolphins - glide by. Venture down the steps to our secluded cove, the haunt of oystercatchers and the occasional seal, perhaps to swim in its turquoise waters or dabble in the rock pools. Saunter along the Coast Path to Mevagissey harbour and watch the boats bring home your supper. Wander through the Lost Gardens of Heligan, be amazed by the beauty of Caerhays Castle and its magnolias, or stunned by the scale of the Eden Project. A stay at Trevalsa means different things to different people. Some come enjoy our lovely comfortable hotel, eat good food and relax in the garden or on the beach, perhaps with a gentle walk or two. For others there are gardens and fishing villages to explore, cycle trails to ride, the Coast Path to walk, boating and fishing trips to take, surfing and extreme sports. Golf and diving is available nearby and painting courses can be arranged. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, south Cornwall enjoys a wonderfully mild climate, early springs and late autumns. Frosts are rare and even in mid winter there are bright, mild days, pleasant for walking.

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