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Broom Parc
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B & B in style at Broom Parc. On the beautiful Roseland Peninsula, Broom Parc stands alone in a stunning cliff top position amidst miles of unspoilt National Trust coastline. It is the perfect place for a holiday or short break to enjoy the summer sun or winter gales and log fires. The Roseland is Cornwall at its best with tucked away fishing villages, fine beaches, secluded coves, a magical coastal path, wonderful scenery, excellent dining at pubs or restaurants, good boating facilities, an intriguing history and much more.

The spectacular Eden Project and the ever evolving “Lost” Gardens of Heligan are just half an hour away. Also the new £30 million National Maritime Museum in Falmouth is a short foot ferry ride from nearby St Mawes. The National Trust gardens and houses throughout Cornwall are a “must see” as is the surprising Tate Gallery at St Ives.

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