St Ewe is well located as a place for a holiday in Cornwall. The world famous Lost Gardens of Heligan are in the Parish, Cornwall’s beautiful south coast is on the doorstep, the historic fishing village of Mevagissey is just down the road and the Roseland Peninsula is a short drive away.
The quiet village centre, and the many lovely farms and hamlets offering bed and breakfast and self-catering accommodation offer visitors the opportunity to wake up listening to birdsong and watch skies full of stars at night. Winding country lanes make you feel as if you are away from the real world, but great local restaurants and pubs keep you well-fed and wanting to return.
This directory is intended as a short guide to some of the accommodation available in the local area. Please click the links to visit the websites and find out more about these places to stay.
WHERE TO STAY
GLEBE COTTAGE – Right in the middle of St Ewe this light, airy and modern cottage is built of traditional materials. Three ensuite bedrooms, beautiful views from the deck and an enclosed and safe garden make Glebe Cottage a great base for your holiday in Cornwall.
Take a look at our website for more pictures and all the information you need: www.glebecottagecornwall.com. Sleeps: 2-6 ideal for cosy family holidays or intimate groups of friends.
ERMINTRUDE COTTAGE – a beautifully converted former farm building in St Ewe. Sleeps four, two reception, two bathrooms, own garden very private. Dogs welcome. For more information go to – Ermintrude Cottage
‘THE NOOK’ at Higher Kestle Barn – Higher Kestle Barn was built around 1860 and converted to provide living accommodation in 1984. In addition to our own home, we have a completely self-contained part of the barn known as ‘The Nook’. It is located on the ground floor and has its own separate entrance. For more information go to www.cornwall-online.co.uk/higherkestlebarn
BED & BREAKFAST
CORRAN FARM is a Visit England Silver Award Four Star B&B set in open countryside on a working farm just outside of the village of St Ewe. The farm adjoins The Lost Gardens of Heligan and is an ideal base for exploring the whole of Cornwall. Anyone of our breakfast choices, for which we have a Breakfast Award, will set you up very well for a day exploring our beautiful county and we aim to think of every little detail to make sure your stay is special. For further details please visit: www.corranfarm.co.uk or telephone Kathy Lobb on 01726 842159.
There are two fully-featured rooms available – a double (en suite) and a single. Private parking, free WIFI, large gardens to roam and stunning full English Breakfast.
For more details have a look at our website.
TREGAIN COTTAGE – All rooms have private bath, hairdryer, flat-screen Tv and patio. BBQ and garden are available. Breakfasts offer full English/Irish and vegetarian option. For more information go to https://www.booking.com/hotel/gb/tregain-cottage.en-gb.html
TREGILGAS FARM – A very warm welcome awaits you at our traditional 445 acre Cornish working dairy farm, where your every comfort will be assured. With two double rooms with en-suites and a twin with a private bathroom, you will be assured a comfortable stay. Evening meals available if required.
More details please have a look at our website.
TREGONAN FARM – Visit England 4 star, silver award Bed & Breakfast. Deep in the countryside not far from the sea at the centre of our working farm on the western edge of St Ewe Parish. A former Tremayne ancestral home founders of Heligan gardens. Secluded, peaceful, spacious, well-appointed accommodation. Further information at www.tregonan.co.uk</
HELIGAN WOODS – Many of our customers simply chance upon Heligan Woods Caravan and Camping Site on their travels around Cornwall. And they’re always delighted that they have. It’s a magical, secret place that once you discover it, you’re sure to come back again and again.
Have a look at our website and you will be hooked heliganwoods.co.uk
HIGHER KESTLE FARM – a small family run campsite just a stone’s throw from St Ewe, Mevagissey and the renowned Lost Gardens of Heligan. A warm welcome awaits in this peaceful and relaxing setting. Please visit www.higherkestle.co.uk. An ideal way to enjoy Cornwall.
WHERE TO EAT
CROWN INN – charming 16th-century pub in the centre of village which specialises in good home cooked pub food lunchtime and evenings 7 days week. Seniors lunch every Friday and splendid ‘Fish & Chip Fryday’ eat in or take away for just £6.50. Sunday roast lunch is a must. Fine St Austell ales. To book phone 01726 843322. For more information visit www.thecrowninnstewe.co.uk
HELIGAN KITCHEN – Whether you’re looking to experience a traditional Cornish Cream Tea or sample some of the heritage fruit and vegetables grown at The Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Heligan Kitchen & Bakery provides the perfect retreat.
WHERE TO SHOP
LOBBS FARM SHOP – Lobbs Farm Shop at Heligan is a Cornish business retailing the best food from the countryside. We are three farming brothers, Terry, Ian and Richard Lobb, and each has a farm supplying beef, lamb and fresh vegetables direct to Lobbs Farm Shop.
We aim to produce and sell quality food with a known provenance that you can eat with confidence.
Have a look at our website – www.lobbsfarmshop.com
WHAT TO DO
BOSUE VINEYARD – Bosue Vineyard is a family-run vineyard producing award-winning white, rosé and sparkling wines made from Cornish grown grapes.
Open for sales, tastings and tours. For more information go to www.bosuevineyard.co.uk
LOST GARDENS OF HELIGAN – Lose yourself in the mysterious world of The Lost Gardens where an exotic sub-tropical jungle, atmospheric Victorian Pleasure grounds, an interactive Wildlife project and the finest productive gardens in Britain all await your discovery. www.heligan.com
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