St. Mawes in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... large hotels in the town however there are plenty of nice bed and breakfasts to choose from, some of these include, Gwelesmor, Nearwater, The Rosevine and Trewithian Farm. These are all quite small but offer a good standard of rooms at and affordable price. If you are looking for larger hotels then you may be best heading for Falmouth. There are also plenty of privately owned holiday homes in this area, if you are looking for self catering accommodation then one of these is ideal. There are also a few nice little camp sites in this area which offer very good facilities at very good prices. The town of St. Mawes has a few things of inter... more
Customer St. Mawes in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 24/08/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
St. Mawes is a small town located in the South West of England. The little town is on the South coast of the county of Cornwall. St. Mawes lies just opposite the larger town of Falmouth and you can actually hop on a ferry and cross the bay to reach the town. Although the town only has a population of a few thousand people it can often get much busier as this part of the country is very popular with tourists. People have been coming to this part of Cornwall for many years and will no doubt continue to do so in the future. If you are looking for accommodation in St. Mawes then there is a decent choice. There are not really any large hotels in the town ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/01, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 193 readings)
St Mawes in Cornwall is set in the beautiful Roseland penisula, a former fishing village with old fashioned charm and sophistication. Although now a major centre for yachting, St Mawes still remains unspoilt but perhaps a little busier than when I first visited fifteen years ago. A regular ferry service runs from St Mawes to Falmouth, the latter boasting big high street shops such as Marks and Spencer, Boots and Tesco. This means that you can enjoy the peace and tranquility of St Mawes and stock up on provisions as and when required. The ferry takes around half an hour and it's worthwhile simply for the pleasure of crossing ther Fal Estury, if not to ... Read the complete review
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