Gwel-an-Gillan is a detached cottage situated within the village of Mylor Bridge. It homes four bedrooms; one lower ground floor king-size bedroom, a first floor king-size double and two additional doubles. The bathrooms include a downstairs WC room with basin, a lower ground floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC, as well as a first floor bathroom posing a bath, shower over bath, basin and WC. Inside you will also find an open-plan sitting room with a dining area, as well as a well-equipped kitchen and utility room. On the lower ground floor, you will also find a well-appointed games room. Outside there is an off-road parking, suitable for three cars, an open lawned garden area at the front and a larger lawned area with seating to the rear of the property.
Over three floors. Four bedrooms: 4 x doubles (1 on lower ground floor with TV, 3 on the first floor). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor WC with basin. Lower ground floor shower room with WC and basin. Entrance porch. Kitchen/dining room. Utility. Open-plan living space with dining area, open fire and balcony. Games Room.
Falmouth, with its magnificent natural harbour (the third largest in the world), winding streets and beaches, will keep you occupied for hours. The town's old harbour-side pubs, excellent shopping, art gallery and stunning National Maritime Museum simply complete the picture. Pendennis Castle, built by Henry VIII, is Falmouth's most popular attraction, sited on its own peninsula with superb panoramic sea views. Across from Falmouth harbour is the beautiful town of St Mawes, surrounded by the rocky coves, sandy beaches and lush green countryside of the Roseland Peninsula. Go there by car (15 miles) or take the passenger ferry from Falmouth (15 minutes). For nature lovers there is the Swanpool Nature Reserve, a lagoon and site of special scientific interest teeming with a variety of wildlife. Falmouth offers such a rich variety of landscape and attractions for people of all ages, it is sure to tempt you back time and again.
Cornwall is a region full of history, culture and unique identity. So unique in fact that Cornwall has its very own language (Kernowek), flag (St Piran's Banner) and national anthem (Trelawney). In 2014 the UK government officially recognised the fine people of Cornwall as a national minority group, meaning that Cornish heritage and traditions now join the Irish, Scottish and Welsh as a protected Celtic group.
Cornwall is proudly known as the stunning setting of the popular BBC television series 'Poldark', starring Aidan Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson. Cornwall is also proud of its famous Cornish Pasty, but has another pastry dish to offer you, the Stargazy Pie! If you don't mind a few pilchards looking at you whilst you eat, then the Stargazy Pie is the pie for you. After a pasty or a pie, or both, you might fancy a pint and Cornwall has a great choice of locally produced beers to satisfy your thirst. Try an ale from the St Austell Brewery, Skinner's Brewery or the Rebel Brewing Company to name but a few of the fine ale producers in the region. Please remember to always drink responsibly.
Here are just a couple of the great Cornish attractions you could visit:
We hope you enjoy your break in Cornwall!