warm welcome awaits you at Polmena House, once a farmhouse, now a
spacious family home, tucked into the side of a beautiful Cornish
valleys, a mile from Lostwithiel, with stunning panoramic views of
the River Fowey and wooded valley.
into the side of a beautiful Cornish valley surrounded by large
landscaped gardens, Polmena House B&B offers you a unique
opportunity to experience stunning views and the peace and
tranquility of the River Fowey Valley staying in spacious en-suite
bed & breakfast accommodation.
Just a mile Lostwithiel and Lerryn, Polmena House B&B is within easy
reach of The Eden Project (6 miles), Heligan Gardens and many other
places of interest; both coasts being easily accessible and there
are plenty of delightful walks close by.
Traditional Aga-cooked breakfast, featuring as much local produce as
possible, is served in the family dining room.
Guest lounge overlooking the gardens with colour TV, fridge and
plenty of books and local.
Tel: 01208 873419
Relax and unwind in our old unspoilt Cornish Farmhouse (circa 17th
Century) nestling in the shelter of a beautiful hillside with
outstanding country views, in an area of outstanding natural beauty
(AONB). Open all year.
warm, friendly welcome awaits you with full English breakfast in
ample portions and our own fresh eggs.
Hartswell is an ideal place to relax in peace and quiet and yet
still be within easy reach of the many attractions and beaches of
Cornwall. Join us for a river trip when staying for 4 days or more.
Take time to potter around the 52 acre farm and farm trail. There
are ducks and many wild pheasants. We are a small working farm
producing beef for market, vegetables and eggs for ourselves. We
have a herd of RARE BREED Red Poll cows and calves.
Ideally placed for BIRD-WATCHING, not only around the farm where
swifts and swallows nest, and barn owls are seen, but also within 5
miles there are sea, woodland, marsh and moorland species.
farm is steeped in history, having witnessed not only stone-age man,
but also later formed the battleground for a major CIVIL WAR
conflict hereabouts. The name "Hartswell" reflects a past when the
nearby stately home of BOCONNOC (House and Gardens open in Spring)
owned the farm as a watering place for its deer herd.
The Ship Inn Lerryn
Tel: 01208 872374
Welcome to The Ship Inn Lerryn.
In the Independentís 'Top 50 Pubs of Great Britain'
We welcome you to The Ship Inn Lerryn, a sixteenth century inn which
has always been at the heart of Lerryn's community. The old slate
floors and candlelight will remind you of the past, as will
listening to the rich voices of the locals who still make their
living from land, river and sea.
The Ship Inn Lerryn is the only pub in this magical creekside
village, where the 'catch of the day' might arrive via a lucky
fisherman, the local villagers strut their stuff in the summer
review and everyone, simply everyone, mucks about on the river.
After a long day exploring, come back to a warm welcome at The Ship
Inn Lerryn, where you will have good service, locally sourced,
homemade food and accommodation in our tastefully decorated rooms.
also offer you the choice to stay in either of our cottages: Tide's
Reach, which as the name suggests, is right on the river; or Manely,
located in a small hamlet nearby.