M5 motorway southbound at junction 31 take A30 sign
posted Bodmin towards Penzance.
At roundabout with wind turbines on your right take
A39 through Truro towards Falmouth over the Treluswell roundabout.
At Treleiver roundabout take A394 sign posted Helston,
continue into Rame.
At Rame turn right at shop/post office sign posted
Carnkie ¾ mile. On entering the village JENTONE is the first
property on your right.
The accommodation, which has been established since 1999,
is modern, spacious and easily accessible on ground floor level. A TV
lounge is available for guests to relax and enjoy their stay. Guests are
provided with their own keys enabling them to come and go as they please.
Private off road parking is always available.
START the day with a hearty traditional breakfast served
in our breakfast room. Each guest/party will occupy their own table and
have a choice of cereals, seasonal fruits and yoghurts. Vegetarians and
vegans can be catered for on request.
Jentone is well suited for any guest who enjoys sight
seeing, golf, horse riding, cycling, coastal/country walks, water sports
and fly fishing.
This family run establishment is situated in the small
village of Carnkie, just ¾ mile from the A394 Falmouth to Helston
road and has a shop, public house and restaurant within walking distance
approximately ¾ mile.
WITHIN easy reach of costal beaches, family attractions,
walks, museums, monuments and tin mines. The scenic Fal and Helford rivers
can be easily seen by taking a boat trip. There are several superb colourful
gardens, and it also gives you an excellent opportunity to explore the
local towns of Helston, Falmouth, Camborne and Redruth, all of which are
within a 7 mile radius. Just 2 miles away at Stithians is a 274 acre lake,
where you can sail, windsurf or water ski, go fly fishing for rainbow
trout, or just relax and watch the fascinating wildlife around it.
WHY not take a 32 mile scenic route towards St Austell
and visit the Eden Project, which has been named the 8th Wonder of the
world. This fascinating attraction is set in a 50 meter deep crater over
looking St Austell bay. Enjoy the world's largest geodesic greenhouses,
and experience the sights and smells of the rain forest packed with Tropical
and Mediterranean trees, plants, fruits and hundreds of colourful flowers.
HELSTON - The ancient
market town of Helston, home of the famous furry dance which is traditionally
held annually on the 8th May. Helston is the gateway to the Lizard peninsular,
known for its majestic coastline, treacherous seas, delightful sandy coves
and tiny harbours crowded with small boats. As you travel out of Helston
towards Porthleven why not enjoy a leisurely walk along the banks of the
largest fresh water lake in Cornwall known as Loe Pool.
FALMOUTH - As a premier
resort Falmouth has four main beaches Gyllynvase, Castle, Swanpool and
Maenporth with vast stretches of golden sands. This is a perfect area
for sunbathing and swimming. Falmouth is home to the National Maritime
Museum. Enjoy a trip on one of the many pleasure boats and ferries that
sail the local waters to St Mawes, Flushing, Truro and the Helford passage.
These contain every sort of scenic delight that Cornwall has to offer.
This is where the author Dauphne Du Maurier based her romantic novel Frenchman's
Creek in 1941. Discover the 17th century Pendennis Castle and 450 years
of wartime secrets built by Henry VIII.
Why not visit the four award winning gardens, Kimberly
Park, Gyllydune, Fox Rosehill and Queen Mary.
TRURO - The capital
of Cornwall is famous for it's distinctive three spires of the Cathedral
towering high above the shopping centre. Follow the story of Cornwall
from the Stone Age by visiting the Royal Cornwall Museum and Art Gallery.
Relax in the city parks and gardens, or explore the streets to experience
the character of this ancient city.
CAMBORNE-REDRUTH - This
is known as Tin Mining Country due to the thriving mining activities in
the 18th to 19th century. The distant memories now are the ivy covered
engine houses with their tall chimneys still towering above the countryside.
Each year both towns celebrate their proud heritage in music and colour.
Camborne with Trevithick Day in April, and Redruth with Murdoch Day in
June. Visitors can enjoy the spectacular views across the North cliffs,
Portreath and St Ives Bay. Looming high above both towns is the granite
tor of Carn Brea, crowned by it's stark memorial to the mine owner Francis