Information on the villages of the Roseland Peninsula
The Roseland Peninsula is a unique part of Cornwall full of Charming Villages, hidden coves and exusite gardens. The weather remains mild all year and is a perfect holiday destination. More about the Roseland
The Beaches along the the coast of the Roseland Peninsula are some some of the cleanest in the UK and are large enough not to become to overcrowded. More about Beaches
Bohortha is a secluded Hamlet at the end of the Roseland Peninsula near to St Anthonys Head. The prefect place for a relaxing holiday stay in Cornwall More about Bohortha
Mevagissey is just outside of the Roseland Peninsula but is a lovely place to visit and stay for a holiday. Mevagissey has plenty of facilities.
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A short drive from St Mawes, Philleigh is a hamlet with just one pub, the Roseland Inn, and is suited to those holiday makers after a peacefull retreat. More about Philleigh
A lovely hamlet nestled among the Cliffs of the Roseland Peninsula Coastline, Portholland has a beach well protected from the elements. More about Portholland
Portloe has a Pub, a Hotel, and a small shop and is also set in a cove between two cliffs. Perfect for long coastal walks along the Roseland.
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Portscatho is a good sized village and a popular holiday hotspot and has enough facilities on its doorstep to prevent any unnessecery visitits to a larger town. More about Portscatho
Ruan Highlanes is a small hamlet set inland on the Roseland and at its heart has the Kings Head, an excellent pub offering great food, drink and service. More about Ruan
St Just in Roseland
St Just has become very well known due to its stunning Church and surrounding gardens, a visit to the Church is an abolute must!
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Tregony, often called the gateway to the Roseland, offers an excellent base from which to explore the Roseland and the rest of Cornwall
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An inland village, Veryan is in the heart of the stunning Roseland Countryside and is just a few minutes drive from the beaches of the Roseland. More about Veryan