On the edge of St Just in Roseland, just 10 minutes’ walk from the pretty creekside church, two cottages in a row of four converted from a small country hotel on a low ridge with commanding views over Falmouth Bay and St Just in Roseland anchorages. Glorious sailing and access to slipway just a 10 minute stroll across fields; a super location at any time of year, especially for those bringing their own day boat. Ros Creek Cottage: cottage with small, pretty garden with good-sized terrace (table/chairs) and splendid views (terrific sunsets). Split-level entrance leads down to living room with French windows, open fire, TV/DVD. Kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, freezer, electric range-style cooker). Dining room with large windows on two sides and great views. Walk-in larder and utility area (washing machine, tumble drier, fridge-freezer). Downstairs loo and back door to small courtyard. Upstairs, three bedrooms - a double (5' bed) with balcony (table/chairs) and a twin with en suite shower-room (suite), both with estuary views, and a room with 3' bunks; bathroom (suite, shower over bath).
St Just in Roseland: tiny village, 2 miles from St Mawes, famous for its wonderful churchyard with luxuriant flowers and shrubs, exquisite views and ancient tombstones, sloping down to a silent creek. Boatyard, boat storage and slipway with access to Carrick Roads sailing area. In the distance are yachts racing and Falmouth. One of Cornwall's most exquisite places.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with balcony, 1 x twin with en suite shower-room, both with estuary views, 1 x adult bunk room. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Sitting room with French windows and open fire, kitchen, dining room walk-in larder and utility area. Ground floor basin and WC.
ST JUST IN ROSELAND St Mawes 2 miles; Falmouth 18 miles via car ferry, 3 miles via passenger ferry from St Mawes; Truro 10.5 miles via car ferry, 20 miles by road; Located on the west of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula, 2 miles north of St Mawes, St Just-in-Roseland is a verdant village of manicured gardens and pretty cottages leading down to the woodlands and creeks by the Percuil River. Notable for its 13th century Church which is set in sub-tropical gardens. Just is a stones throw away from St Mawes, part of Cornwall’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is surrounded by rocky coves, sandy beaches and lush countryside and has a notable historic castle guarding the entrance to the River Fal. A haven for boating and yachting Across the Fal Estuary is the town of Falmouth, with its magnificent natural harbour (the third largest in the world), winding streets and beaches, the amenities 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.