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Honeycombe House Bed and Breakfast, is a family
run Victorian house situated a few minutes walk from the
centre of the 14th Century picturesque working fishing village
It is situated near the top of Polkirt Hill enjoying the
most stunning views over both the inner and outer harbours
of the village and miles of Cornish coastline.
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Visitors to Mevagissey can explore the narrow streets leading
off the harbour, visit the many Gift and Craft shops and
Art Galleries, or seek refreshment in the numerous Cafes,
Restaurants and Pubs.
Mevagissey is also home to the famous ‘World of Model
Railways’ exhibition, along with a museum and small
You can sit and relax around the harbour and watch the
fishermen at work on the quay, and both fishing trips and
small pleasure boats are available in order for you to explore
the bay during spring and summer months.
A passenger ferry runs to and from Fowey between May and
September, from which many of our guests have been lucky
enough to see basking sharks, dolphins and seals.
House is ideally situated to visit the
Lost Gardens of Heligan, a couple of minutes away by car,
or the Eden Project which is only 9 miles away, and the
new National Maritime Museum at Falmouth is only 30
Mevagissey is an ideal base from which to explore the numerous
delights of Cornwall.
You may even prefer to find a nearby beach or stroll along
the South West Coast Path which passes the house. A section
of the National Cycle Network runs in front of Honeycombe
House, and we have secure storage for bikes.
There is full central heating, a comfortable guest lounge,
and breakfast is served in the dining room – which
must have one of the best views in Cornwall, overlooking
both the inner and outer harbours, miles of coastline and
St. Austell bay.
Honeycombe House Guest House Accommodation in Mevagissey,
Cornwall is run by Resident proprietors Ian & Val Soper,
who look forward to giving you a warm welcome to Cornwall.
Lonely Planet's Devon, Cornwall & Southwest England first
edition, published 1st February 2008, writers Oliver Berry and
Belinda Dixon gave us the following review -
a stiff walk uphill to this sweet B&B, but the super outlook is
worth the effort. Creamy walls and light pine define the rooms; if
you're a view-junky make sure you ask for Victoria or Albert, which
both have great balconies overlooking the harbour and Mevagissey Bay.