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Boswedden House bed and Breakfast near Cape Cornwall Advertised their B&B stays in their 19th century Georgian house in 1.75 acres of garden. - a picturesque, tranquil and comfortable environment in beautiful countryside, between 6th July 2009 until 6th July 2014

Bed & Breakfast Cornwall

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation

Healing & Retreat Centre
Cape Cornwall ~ Penzance ~ Land's End

Boswedden House is a beautiful Georgian house set in 1.75 acres of garden providing
a beautiful, tranquil and comfortable environment for B & B, workshops,
seminars and retreats.

  • A beautiful and comfortable Georgian house set in the country, yet only a few minutes walk from the town of St. Just to the east and Cape Cornwall to the west.
  • All of the bedrooms are en suite, with tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryers, alarm clocks and views either to the sea or across the garden to the moors.
  • Full central heating.
  • Comfortable living room, with satellite television and open fires for the out-of-season visitor.
  • Full choice breakfast menu, with vegetarian options.
  • Heated indoor swimming pool (seasonal - usually sometime in March to late October) & sauna.
  • Quiet, tranquil environment.
  • Large garden for sun-bathing, taking a relaxing stroll and enjoying the views, playing games or you can walk the labyrinth.
  • Meditation room.
  • Relaxation therapies available.
  • Retreat & workshop programme.
  • Licensed bar.
  • Plenty of off-street parking.
  • A warm welcome from Thelma, Nigel and the team awaits you.

Built at the beginning of the 19th century as a mine captain's elegant family home, the house is about a 10-minute walk from the sea at Priest's Cove and looks out over fields and National Trust land to the sea. The South West Coast Path and mile upon mile of stunning scenery is even nearer. In spring the hedges and pastures are filled with wild flowers. St. Just, the most westerly town in mainland Britain, is just under a mile to our east.

St. Just-in-Penwith is a handsome town of great Cornish character, much of which is designated a Conservation Area. Flights to Isles of Scilly, visible on the horizon, are available from St. Just airport a couple of miles away.

This area has the largest concentration of ancient sites in the British Isles. The nearby former Geevor tin mine, now a museum, captures the 4000 year history of mining in this district. The South West Coast Path is readily accessible for spectacular walks - long or short. Just a mile or so away is the beautiful Cot Valley. This part of the coast with its rich wildlife, industrial archaeology and fascinating geology is in the care of the National Trust. Cape Cornwall - the only cape in England - dominates the nearby coastline, its great hump-backed headland jutting out defiantly into the Atlantic, dividing the Celtic Sea from the English Channel. The views from the summit are outstanding. Small boats still work from Priest's Cove on its south side. The spectacularly situated Cape Cornwall golf course is a two-minute walk away and horseback riding, fishing, diving and, of course, sea bathing and surfing are all nearby.

Inland it is a 'living museum' of ancient Celtic sites - stone circles, standing stones, fogous, great chamber tombs - all accessible through a network of footpaths and country roads. Bring your walking shoes and/or bicycles.

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