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Secluded creeks,
stunning gardens, hidden churches waiting to be discovered

A perfect location

The Roseland Peninsula is one of Cornwall’s special places. Secluded creeks, stunning gardens and hidden churches offer plenty of places to discover.

The Nare lies close to many of Cornwall’s world famous attractions. We are very close to The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan whilst St Ives and St Michael’s Mount are all accessible in a day trip.

Cornwall’s world famous gardens are not to be missed. Close to the hotel discover Caerhays Castle – home to the National Collection of Magnolias – the impressive private botanical gardens of Trewithen and Tregothnan and many smaller, less well-known, but no less impressive gardens. February and March are the best time to see amazing displays of camellias and magnolias, April and May brings spring bulbs, rhododendrons and azaleas whilst June and July sees spectacular displays of hydrangeas, agapanthus and summer planting.

We are always pleased to arrange private visits to these beautiful places.

St Mawes, with its picturesque harbour lies a short distance from the hotel. Falmouth with its colourful waterfront and The National Maritime Museum is not much further. Truro makes a lively day out and the secluded creeks and hidden places of The Roseland Peninsula are waiting to be discovered.