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Bohortha - Roseland Peninsula

Roseland Peninsula

Bohortha is a small hamlet located towards the end of St Anthonys Head. Unspoilt by commercialization, Bohortha, a serene hamlet on Cornwall's Roseland Peninsula is a pleasant retreat for those who seek peace and tranquility. Nestled on the headland of the Roseland Peninsula, Bohortha's spectacular views of ancestral structures and surroundings capture every visitor's heart.

The ideal location for a quiet family vacation or romantic getaway, self catering cottage accommodation, which suit most budgets, are available at Bohortha. This side of Cornwall also houses little gift shops, hotels and restaurants that cater to the locals and tourists. The friendly locals in Bohortha are pleasant in nature, especially to visitors who drop by at their beautiful cottages. So, why should one refrain from stopping by at Bohortha?

St Mawes tides

Tide times for the 20th June 2018

05:29 - Low Tide (0.93m)
11:29 - High Tide (4.37m)
17:50 - Low Tide (1.17m)
23:51 - High Tide (4.54m)

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