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Roseland Peninsula Cornwall

Roseland Cornwall

The Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall is a popular tourist destination attracting holiday visitors from around the UK, Europe and beyond. The Roseland Peninsula is, as the name sugests, a Peninsula found along the south coast of Cornwall and enjoys a warm climate all year round. The Roseland is home to some fabulous Cornish Villages such as St Mawes, Portloe, Portscatho, Tregony and Portholland to name a few. All villages on the Roseland Peninsula have excellent amenities and facilities for the holiday visitor.

The popular self catering accommodation is in abundance on the Roseland as in the rest of Cornwall and there are plenty of self catering cottages, apartments, houses, and flats to choose from with many offering fantastic sea views or country views of the Roseland Peninsula. Although there are many self catering properties cottages on the Roseland it is still best to book early as these accommodations do fill up very quickly, particulaly those self catering appartments and cottages with sea views.

Roseland riversThere is also a good range of Hotel accommodation on the Roseland ranging from unique Boutique Hotels, such as the Tresanton in St Mawes, to those hotels that are more suited towards the budget conscious. All Hotels on the Roseland are within close proximity to the wonderful beaches and coastal areas the Roseland has to offer. Again the Hotels do fill up quickly so be sure to book early! There are also plenty of Hotels, both Luxury and budget, further afeild in towns such as Falmouth, St Austel and Truro.

The Roseland Peninsula is a beautiful part of Cornwall and as such is a popular venue for weddings. Rosteague is one such wedding venue and with its walled gardens and grand house it wont disappoint. Wedding services such as caterers, marquee hire, and bars are also available around the Roseland. Coast 2 Coast Marquees are one such Marquee company that come highly reccomended. To ensure your wedding remains memorable there are also wedding photographers and videographers on the Roseland.

For short term stays the Roseland Peninsula has a good number of bed and breakfast accommodation and guesthouses, most with official ratings from the tourist board. Again when staying in a bed and breakfast on the Roseland you are never far from the sandy beaches, coves, caves and sea. B&B's on the Roseland do get very busy during the Summer especially when there are weddings as many of the guests stay in the bed and breakfasts, as well as hotels and self catering accommodations.

FieldsNaturally being a coastal area, the Roseland has many seaside related activities and attractions as well as fantastic Cornish Gardens further inland. Boating, Sailing, Yachting, Kayaking, Wind surfing are all popular activities around the Roseland Peninsula, as it is all over Cornwalls Coast, and St Mawes in particular is a very popular destination for Yachtsmen visiting Cornwall. Boats, Yachts and sailing dinghy's as well as most other watercraft are available to hire for short or long term in some form or another. Roseland Peninsula News.

The Roseland Peninsula is a convenient place to stay when wanting to explore other parts of Cornwall as it holds a central position. The Eden Project is not a long drive, neither is the Lost Gardens of Heligan. The Town of Falmouth with its National Maritime Museum is just a short ride away from St Mawes on the pedestrian ferry or one can take the King Harry Ferry should you wish to take a car.

Whatever your looking for in a holiday in Cornwall, The Roseland Peninsula has it all. Boutique Hotels, Campsites, Self catering cottages and apartments, quality bed and breakfasts, sandy beaches and many attractions and activities to keep the family occupied throughout the holiday

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