Russell House (3362)

St Mawes | Sleeps 7 + cot | Price per week £1103 - £2397

The Victory Inn Nearby pub

The Victory Inn (50 yards)
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A quaint, traditional pub set in the heart of St Mawes and offering lunch and dinner seven days a week. Upstairs offers extra dining space with a balcony overlooking St Mawes bay. Dogs welcome.
50.15859
-5.015333
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Harbour Beach St Mawes Nearby beach

Harbour Beach St Mawes (150 yards)
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Located centrally, this beach is a mix of shingle and coarse sand with flattish rocks. There is a steep slipway at the harbour which is not suitable for launching craft.
50.15863
-5.014447
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St Mawes Headland Walk Nearby walk

St Mawes Headland Walk (100 yards)
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Start from St Mawes harbour and head up towards the castle. Follow the coastal path for about a mile, taking the right hand fork which takes you inland to the A3078. Turn right and in 100 yards pick up another path on the left. The path then doubles back on itself for another 100 yards and then turn left past Boslogga and Percuil River. Follow the riverbank back towards St Mawes. Enjoy stunning coastal views on this 3 and a half mile gentle trek.
50.1577
-5.015276
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St Mawes Nearby town

St Mawes (200 yards)
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St Mawes takes the Cornish coast to a very classy standard; perching on the unspoilt Roseland peninsula, the surrounding countryside is outstanding. St Mawes is also well known for its foot ferry to Falmouth and is home to the best preserved of Henry VIII's coastal fortresses, St Mawes Castle.
50.158
-5.018
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Articles from around the area

10 reasons to Christmas in Cornwall

With temperature dropping and the nights drawing in, it’s easy to lust after summer. But our sights are set firmly on the good stuff: a return to decent telly, wintry comfort food (hello Shepherd’s Pie, we’ve missed you) and most exciting of all - Christmas!

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Trebah Garden Trebah Garden (6 miles)

Based on 19 reviews
There's subtropical lushness around every corner at these stunning gardens on the banks of the Helford River. The views from the 18th Century house across the gardens to the river are not to be missed. Wend your way through camellia groves and chusan palms, woodlands and bamboo; ... Read more There's subtropical lushness around every corner at these stunning gardens on the banks of the Helford River. The views from the 18th Century house across the gardens to the river are not to be missed. Wend your way through camellia groves and chusan palms, woodlands and bamboo; meander alongside pools and streams, giant-leafed gunnera and hydrangeas, to emerge onto Trebah's private beach. Perfect for a swim and a picnic in summer. Not picnic weather? Head to the Planters Cafe (winner of the 2008 Cornwall Tourism Award for Popular Restaurant/Cafe of the Year) or have a browse in the gallery and plant shops. One of Cornwall's, if not England's, finest gardens. Read less
50.10354
-5.123779
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Falmouth Falmouth (2 ½ miles)

Based on 6 reviews
Historically one of Britain’s most vital ports, now home to the National Maritime Museum. Falmouth is a thriving resort (check out the flash yachts in the harbour), a rich centre for art, including one of the country’s best art schools, and a great collection of beaches. Read more Historically one of Britain’s most vital ports, now home to the National Maritime Museum. Falmouth is a thriving resort (check out the flash yachts in the harbour), a rich centre for art, including one of the country’s best art schools, and a great collection of beaches. Read less
50.15044
-5.073236
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The Hidden Hut The Hidden Hut (2 ½ miles)

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A beach cafe in the most rustic sense - a beachside shed with some outdoor seating. It is a National Trust-owned hut, but run by a local couple who provide 'Feast Nights' - now made famous by their appearance on ITV's 'Cornwall with Caroline Quentin'. You need to buy tickets, but... Read more A beach cafe in the most rustic sense - a beachside shed with some outdoor seating. It is a National Trust-owned hut, but run by a local couple who provide 'Feast Nights' - now made famous by their appearance on ITV's 'Cornwall with Caroline Quentin'. You need to buy tickets, but the hut is generally open to everyone, except during the winter, so check times on their Web site. Read less
50.18486
-4.97355
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Harbour Lights Traditional Fish and Chips Harbour Lights Traditional Fish and Chips (2 ¼ miles)

Based on 5 reviews
This is a great place to enjoy traditional fish and chips and you can either eat in and enjoy the stunning views across the harbour or take away. This restaurant has a handful of awards for its food and environmental awareness. Read more This is a great place to enjoy traditional fish and chips and you can either eat in and enjoy the stunning views across the harbour or take away. This restaurant has a handful of awards for its food and environmental awareness. Read less
50.15189
-5.065319
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Gylly Beach Cafe Gylly Beach Cafe (2 ½ miles)

Based on 8 reviews
Overlooked by stately Pendennis castle, this attractive, award-winning family run cafe is relaxed and friendly, serving locally-sourced food. Get lost in the wonderful views from the deck looking out across the sea to the Lizard. Read more Overlooked by stately Pendennis castle, this attractive, award-winning family run cafe is relaxed and friendly, serving locally-sourced food. Get lost in the wonderful views from the deck looking out across the sea to the Lizard. Read less
50.14463
-5.067655
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