Trevarn‚

Falmouth

Carwinion Road , Mawnan Smith
Falmouth, CORNWALL TR11 5JD

Email Enquiry

T: 01326 251245

E: enquiries@trevarn.co.uk

Contact: Melanie & Geoffrey

OPENING DATES

All Year

TARIFF

£60 per room per night

£30 - £38 single occupancy

FEATURES

  • ROOMS2
  • SEA VIEWSNO
  • PETSNO
  • PARKINGYES
  • WIFIYES
  • Beautiful countryside views
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Easy reach of coastal walks
  • Secluded village location, close to all amenities
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LOCATION

Situated on the scenic route to Falmouth, and almost opposite Carwinion Gardens.
It is in a quiet location, with wonderful views down to Mawnan Smith village and Maenporth, as far as the Roseland Peninsula and beyond, towards the Eden Project and Heligan Gardens (less than an hour by car).
Trevarn is well situated for walking the coastal path, with the Helford River just down the road at Carwinion, and the Coastal path ten minutes' walk away at Nansidwell beach.
We are 400yards from Mawnan Smith, where there are shops, post office, a pub and a restaurant.

ACCOMMODATION

We offer one double bedroom and one single bedroom, each with its own private bathroom.
The single bedroom is a ground floor room. As well as the single bed, it also contains a full sized folding bed, so can accommodate an additional child.
Each room has tea and coffee making facilities, a hairdryer and a remote control television.
There is also a sitting room, with a television, plus use of a secluded garden.

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

Trevarn is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, in a county which still visibly reminds us of its historical importance, with many places protected in order to remain unspoilt. With so much to offer it’s easy to get lost in such beauty that surrounds its visitors.
Cornwall has host to some of the world’s best beaches. You can also explore the coastline, from the rugged Lizard peninsular, to tiny coves and ancient fishing towns.
Close to Trevarn are a number of special gardens, which are open to the public.

Helford River Boats offer a fleet of self-drive motor, sailing or rowing boats for hire. Spend a day discovering the coves and quiet beaches of this beautifully clear sea water.
Their Ferry will carry you across the water between two superb pubs, the thatched Shipwrights Arms in the lovely old fishing village of Helford and the famous Ferry Boat Inn at Helford Passage, both of which offer excellent facilities for lunch after a glorious waterside walk.
Fal River Links - From Falmouth, you can take a ferry ride to Flushing, Truro, St Mawes or Helford, hire boats, and also visit many of the local gardens by water.

DIRECTIONS

Take the A39 from Truro to the Falmouth Asda roundabout. Turn right, go up the hill into Mabe village, then go left at the mini-roundabout, keeping the New Inn on your left.
Follow the road past Argal Reservoir, go straight over at the crossroads, and follow this road, which becomes Sampys Hill, into Mawnan Smith. In the village centre fork left at the Red Lion, into Carwinion Road.
Trevarn is less than half a mile on, to the left. If you reach Carwinion Gardens on your right, you have gone too far.

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