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St Just-in-Roseland

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Visit this beautiful castle on the hillside above St Mawes at the tip of the Roseland Peninsula.

Or visit Pendennis castle, also built by King Henry VII. Take the ferry from St Mawes to Falmouth with its interesting shops and old pubs; buy a Mussel Card for King Harry and other Fal ferries.

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Tantallon,St Just-in-Roseland, Nr.St.Mawes, Truro,<br>TR2 5HZ Tel 00441326270442
The owner has sold his business but the cottage on the Roseland is let through CornwallsCottages.
   Pulteney Bridge Bath

   It is an ideal base to walk the Coastal Path. You can walk 5 mins.  from the door of our cottage at St Just-in-Roseland , to join the path to St.Mawes (2 miles) then take the Place ferry to St Anthony.

We now have a flat in St Mawes. Sailing in Carrick RoadsHarbour View

, from either St Just or St Mawes, fishing, golf, riding, tennis and river trips are all available locally.

We can can organise sailing lessons or a mooring.  

Plenty of room for cars and dinghies at St Just.

Beaches in the Roseland Nearby we have some good bathing beaches, and we are only a short drive (4 miles) from Carne and Pendower Beaches. These beautiful beaches join at low tide to give a mile long stretch of golden sand. Or you may just want to scramble down the cliff to find perfect peace in your own private cove.

Cornish Gardens
The Roseland Peninsula is often at its best outside the summer period especially in Spring when Camellias and spring flowers are at their most spectacular. Nearby are Lamorran, Poppy Cottage, Eden, Heligan, CaerhaysTrewithin, Trelissick but Cornwall has over 70 spectacular gardens, we are within an hours drive of most of them.

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St. Mawes with its harbour and castle, the tiny fishing village of Portloe, the famous creek side church of St.Just-in-Roseland are within 10 minutes by car; the City of Truro with its beautiful cathedral is only 13 miles away. A plethora of National Trust Houses- Cotele, Lanhydrock, St.Michael's Mount, and Trerice to name but a few; Land's End, Tintagel, Padstow, the Tate and the Hepworth galleries at St. Ives, the Minack open air theatre, are all within an hour's drive.

Walks in the Roseland
Spring comes early in the Roseland, daffodils in January followed by the primroses, bluebells and wild garlic, the hedgerows and cliff walks abound with wild flowers. In autumn and winter, the beaches are deserted and roads and footpaths quiet. Walk the coastal path from St Just or meander along country lanes or creekside footpaths. You can always find perfect peace even in the height of Summer.

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