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The Mullion Cove Hotel is perched on the Cornish Coastal Path, which goes beyond banks of wild flowers, isolated beaches and a quaint fishing habour. As the name suggests, the Mullion Cove Hotel is surrounded by National Trust land with several secret coves nearby. It is the perfect getaway spot, and amazing at any time of the year. It offers the best of modern facilities within an unrivalled coastal background. If you have a dog, the Mullion Cove Hotel offers a dog friendly environment without additional charges in low season.
Address: Mullion Cove Hotel, The Lizard Cornwall
Telephone: 01326 240328
Link to map of hotel
One of the best-maintained of Henry VIII’s coastal artillery fortresses, St Mawes Castle is the most ostentatiously decorated of them all. It was constructed between 1539 and 1545 to beat a threat of invasion for Spain and France. It shared the task of guarding the guarding the important anchorage of Carrick Roads with Pendennis Castle. Today, it is a beautiful landmark that attracts hundreds of guests regularly to it historical treasures.
Address: Castle Drive, St. Mawes Cornwall
Telephone: +01326 270526
Link to map of St. Mawes Castle
For foodies looking for an amazing place to eat, The Mill House Inn, in Tintagel provides fantastic food and drink. The menus are changed frequently and generally focused on fresh produce such as fish, meat and locally sourced ingredients around North Cornwall. The Mill House dining is open for parties, wedding, lunches dinners and meetings. Take your family for a fun day out at Cornwall by spending time at the place with plenty of delicious food options.
Address: The Mill House, Trebarwith Strand Tintagel
Telephone: 01840 770200
Link to Map of The Mill House Inn
This beach is owned by the National Trust and has been persevered as is for centuries. It is popular among many families for its plenty rock pools. It used to be a flourishing habour for slate and coal, as well as a prosperous fishing habour for Pilchards. The origin of its name Garvene Beach is believed to have come ‘Karun Hun’ which means rocky haven. If you are looking for activity, try spending sometime by visiting this relaxing spot.
Address: Port Garvene, Port Isaac, Cornwall
Link to map of Port Garvene
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