Rosemundy Villa

Rosemundy, St Agnes, North Cornwall

8 people Allows Pets Family Friendly Pet Friendly (Enclosed Garden) Near a beach Log Burner/Open Fire WiFi Walking Off Street parking
Sleeps: 8
7 nights
£950 - £3250
Available from a minimum of 2 nights

Overview

  • Eight guests
  • Four bedrooms: Two doubles, two twins
  • Two bedrooms (one double, one twin) are on the ground floor
  • One bathroom, one shower room
  • Suitable for a baby (travel cot, highchair and stairgate available)
  • Children are welcome
  • One well-behaved dog welcome (small additional charge*)
  • Large enclosed rear garden with lawn, mature shrubs, terrace and garden furniture
  • Catering is available at this property – Georgina Campbell 07590725563
  • Welcome hamper, linen and toiletries
  • Parking for two cars

Features

  • Rosemundy Villa can accommodate eight guests comfortably with parking for two cars. One furry pet is also welcome!
  • Short breaks of two nights are available.
  • Within walking distance of a beach, local shops and plenty of restaurants offering food at different gastro-levels. The renowned Rick Stein and Jamie Oliver restaurants are also within easy reach.
  • Build sand castles, hunt in rock pools, learn to surf - there are four beaches and two excellent surf schools on the doorstep.
  • Head off to Coastal Rush for coasteering or take a kayak or paddle boarding lesson with the experts at Koru Kayaking and SUP in a Bag.
  • St Agnes Tennis Club operates a pay and play policy and is a 6 minute walk away.
  • An ideal location for exploring this beautiful part of Cornwall, make the most of Cornwall’s many attractions within easy reach, including the Eden Project, St Ives Tate, and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
  • Kids can see the tall ships at Charlestown Harbour, ride steam trains, brave the rides at adventure parks, go mad at activity centres and try real pirate adventures.
  • The calm south coast areas of St Michaels Mount and Falmouth, with its superb castle and National Maritime Museum, are a 30-40 minute drive away.
  • Whether your preference is a casual stroll or hardy hike, there’s a superb selection of paths and headlands to explore nearby.

Property layout

  • Ground floor:
    Entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and the lower ground floor.
    Twin bedroom with 3' beds.
    Double bedroom with a 5' bed.
    Shower room.
  • Lower ground floor:
    Sitting room with French doors to the terrace and garden.
    Kitchen and adjacent garden room dining area with French doors to the terrace and garden.
    Utility room.
    Separate wc.
  • First floor:
    Double bedroom with a 5' bed.
    Twin bedroom with 3' beds.
    Family bathroom with a roll-top bath tub and overhead shower.

Equipment

  • Oil central heating, open fire in sitting room
  • 2 oven oil-fired Aga, combination microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher
  • Washing machine and tumble dryer in utility room
  • Smart TV with Freeview and Lovefilm, DVD player, CD players and iPod dock (please bring your own connectors)
  • Selection of family board games
  • WiFi internet access*
  • Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available on request
  • Garden furniture
  • Aggie Cycles, St. Agnes offer bike hire, tours and pick up/drop off bikes to the cottage

Cornish holidays come alive at Rosemundy Villa.

Our detached Grade II listed Georgian house is set in the thriving village of St Agnes surrounded by wonderful countryside. Located on the North Cornwall coast, St Agnes is in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has World Heritage Status.

Rosemundy Villa sleeps eight. Very comfortably. Of the four stylish bedrooms spread over two floors, two have king-size beds and two have twin beds. You’ll also find a shower room and a family bathroom with a lovely roll-top bath tub.

The welcoming sitting room has space for the whole family - there are board games for quiet nights in and a Smart TV with Lovefilm for family film evenings. Flip open the French doors and catch the sun in the beautifully landscaped garden with long lawn and mature shrubs. On winter nights you can warm up in front of the open fire.

The well equipped kitchen has a two oven Aga and, on arrival, you’ll find a super hamper including local produce. Right off the kitchen, the garden room’s the place to relax and come together over family meals. Or spill out onto the terrace, perfect for lazy al fresco breakfasts.

This stunning luxury holiday home is the ideal haven from which to explore the many beautiful coves and beaches which Cornwall is renowned for. There’s the bucket-and-spade joys of four beaches on the doorstep where you can rummage in rock pools and splash in the surf.

Head to Trevaunance Cove, a 10-15 minute walk away for sandcastles and surfing. Make the most of your coastal location and enjoy happy times in the waves with great teachers at Breakers Surf School. Or take to the open water on a kayak or paddle board - it’s a great way to explore the Cornish coast. The cove also has a lively pub, famous fish and chip shop and Beach Bar/Bistro. Chapel Porth Beach (owned by the National Trust and a World Heritage Site) is 1.6 miles. Two other famous North Coast Beaches, Perranporth and Porthtowan are within a ten minute drive.

A 5-8 minute potter takes you to picturesque St Agnes village which offers two small supermarkets, a greengrocers, two butchers, a choice of pubs, delicious restaurants, bistro, coffee bars and a highly regarded pizza takeaway.

St Agnes also has a rich mining heritage and is also in the heart of Poldark Country, the landscapes made famous by the novels and TV series.

If you’re heading out and about, there’s a dizzying selection of paths and headlands to explore on the spectacular South West Coast Path. The sand, surf scene and Blue Reef Aquarium at Newquay, the Cathedral city of Truro with its shopping centre and cobbled streets, and the inspirational gardens of Trellisick and Trerice Manor House are within half an hour’s drive. Or marvel at The Lost Gardens of Heligan, The National Maritime Museum at Falmouth, the tall ships at Charlestown, St Ives Tate and the world famous Eden Project, just some of the attractions within easy reach.

LOCAL INFORMATION

ST AGNES

Rosemundy Villa is perfect for spending a few days enjoying everything Cornwall has to offer. Rosemundy is a residential street filled with a fabulous mix of characterful cottages and houses. The charming characterful village centre of St Agnes is only a few minutes walk, with two grocery stores, two veg shops, a bakery, two butchers and a vegan bakery for stocking up the cupboards during your self-catering holiday. There is a friendly vibe to the village and there are plenty of pubs and restaurants to choose from. Recommendations are listed in the visitor information pack in the cottage. This stunning luxury holiday home is also in close proximity to two excellent sandy beaches, including Trevaunance Beach (a 10-15 minute walk) and there is plenty of access to spectacular coastal walks on the South West Coast Path nearby. St Agnes has a rich mining heritage which can be explored with a visit to the St Agnes Museum.

FOOD & DRINK

Fancy dining out? You have a fantastic range of options for eating out in and around St. Agnes, with plenty of local produce on offer, and lots of places where kids, and dogs, are welcomed. Click here for dog friendly pubs and eateries nearby where you and your pooch will receive a warm welcome!

The Tap House, St Agnes (0.2 miles) – dog friendly throughout. Outside there are seats and tables at the front. Excellent reputation for serving delicious food and frequently host great live music nights in the evenings.

The Railway Inn (0.2 miles) – dog friendly. Great cask ales, home-cooked food including great Sunday roasts, and live entertainment most weekends.

Taste Restaurant, St Agnes (0.3 miles) – dog friendly (note, it’s quite small, so not much space if you have a big dog or more than one!)

The Cornish Pizza Company (0.3 miles). Order up, swing by and grab your take-away from this award-winning company - for some beach eating, lazy summer evenings in, or winter evenings by the log fire! All the pizzas are named after Cornish engine houses. They also have a great selection of good wines and local beers too!

St Agnes Hotel (0.4 miles) – dog friendly. A family run 17th Century Hotel with lovely food!

The Driftwood Spars, near Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes (0.6 miles) - dogs welcome throughout. Award-winning real ale pub with great food.

Breakers Beach Café is located right on the beach at Trevaunance Cove. Enjoy some luxury ice-cream, Cornish pasties, homemade toasties, and fresh coffee. Open 7 days from April-Sept and weekends in winter (closed for Jan).

Schooners Restaurant, Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes (0.7 miles) – dog friendly. Here you’ll find a great selection of artisan drinks including wine by Trevibban Mill Vineyard and cider from Secret Orchard Cider. If you’d like a bite to eat with your drink, the food here is top notch. Alongside the regular menu you’ll find an indulgent Sunday Brunch and tempting street food style bar snacks. Live music and DJ sessions also feature throughout the year.

The Miners Arms, Mithian (1.5 miles) – dog friendly. Highly recommended for a pub dinner.

Old School Bar & Kitchen, Mount Hawke, Truro (2 miles) – dog friendly. Family-run contemporary gastro-pub set in a traditional school building.

The Victory Inn, Towan Cross, Truro (2.5 miles) – dog friendly.

Blue Bar, Porthtowan (4 miles) - dog friendly. Blue Beach Bar has sea views and a shabby chic interior. You can sit inside or on the patio depending on the weather. Events throughout the year include comedy nights and live music.

The Watering Hole, Perranporth Beach (4.5 miles) - dogs on leads welcome. The UK’s only bar on the beach plus food and sometimes music too.

The Slope, Newquay (11.5 miles) – dog-friendly. Enjoy a craft beer and excellent views across Great Western Beach with your four legged pal.

Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall, Watergate Bay (14 miles) (no dogs).

The Seafood Restaurant, Riverside, Padstow (25 miles) (no dogs).

BEACHES

There are great beaches to enjoy in or near St. Agnes. Combined, they offer something for everyone, whether you fancy rock-pooling with the kids, relaxing all day on soft, golden sand, or enjoying a slice of surf. For The Cornish Coast’s useful map of all beaches that welcome dogs, click here. The closest beaches to Rosemundy Villa are:

(DF = Dogs allowed all year, C = Café/Restaurant/Pub, WC = Toilets, P = Parking, L = Lifeguard - 10:00 am to 6:00 pm in summer)

Trevaunance Cove (DF, C, WC, P, L), St Agnes (0.6 miles, 14 minutes’ walk) is great for rock-pools, surfing, and an early evening beer as the sun goes down. Dogs are allowed all year round, but must be kept on leads.

Trevellas Porth (DF, P), St Agnes (1 miles) is quieter and more secluded, and popular with local fishermen and snorkelers.

Chapel Porth Beach (C, WC, P, L), St Agnes (1.9 miles) is owned and maintained by the National Trust. The popular café is an excellent place to stop for refreshment on a coast walk. No dogs allowed on the beach between Easter day and Sept 30th (inclusive).

Porthtowan Beach (C, WC, P, L), Porthtowan (4 miles) is a wide, sandy beach, popular with families and surfers. No dogs allowed on the beach between Easter day and Sept 30th (inclusive).

Perranporth (DF, C, WC, P, L), Perranporth (4.4 miles) is a sandy beach with rockpools, caves, a stream and Chapel Rock, with a small bathing pool on its seaward side. At low tide Perranporth Beach joins up with Perran (Penhale) Sands beach to create a beautiful three mile stretch of stunning golden sands. Dogs are welcome on both beaches but must be kept on leads between July and August (9am-5pm).

Portreath Beach (C, WC, P, L), Portreath (7.7 miles) is a family beach popular with surfers and bodyboarders. No dogs allowed on the beach between Easter day and Sept 30th (inclusive).

Holywell Bay (DF, C, WC, P, L) (9 miles) is a good family beach with sand dunes and rockpools. There are plenty of facilities close to the beach in the small village including ample car-parking.

Bassetts Cove (DF, P), near Portreath (9.5 miles) is a small sandy beach situated at the bottom of sheer cliffs.

Fistral Beach (DF, C, WC, P, L), Newquay (12.4 miles) - the home of British surfing.

CASTLES, HOUSES & GARDENS

Wander around any number of the well renowned, beautiful homes and charming gardens in the area.

Trelissick Gardens (National Trust) (12 miles).

Trerice Manor House and Garden (National Trust), Feock (12 miles).

Trewithen Gardens, Grampound Road, Truro (16.5 miles).

Bosvathick House, Falmouth (16.5 miles).

Pendennis Castle, Falmouth (17 miles).

Lamorran Gardens, St Mawes (17.5 miles).

Trebah Garden, Mawnan Smith, Falmouth (18 miles).

Glendurgan Garden, The National Trust, Mawnan Smith, Falmouth (18 miles).

Poppy Cottage Garden, Veryan (19 miles).

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Pentewan (21.5 miles).

Caerhays Castle & Gardens, Caerhays Estate, Gorran (22 miles).

St Michaels Mount, Marazion (23 miles).

Pinetum Park & Pine Lodge Gardens, Holmbush, Saint Austell (25 miles).

Prideaux Place, Padstow, (25.5 miles).

St Mawes Castle (English Heritage), St Mawes (26.5 miles).

The Eden Project, Bodelva, St Austell (28 miles).

Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, St Ives (23 miles).

Lanhydrock House and Garden (National Trust), near Bodmin (29 miles).

The Hidden Valley Gardens in Par (30 miles).

Pencarrow, Bodmin, (30 miles).

WALKS

With over 70 footpaths and bridleways, direct access to the South West Coast Path, and sitting in a designated ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, St. Agnes is a haven for walkers of all ages and abilities. Paths are well marked and maintained, and whether you fancy a coastal stomp, a gentle amble from pub to pub, or a cross-country ramble, there’s something for you. Our favourites include a 3 mile circular walk between St Agnes Head and the engine houses of Wheal Coates via St Agnes Beacon, with spectacular panoramic views. Click here for iwalk Cornwall’s recommended walks around St Agnes.

ACTIVITIES

Maybe you fancy a guided Kayak tour to discover hidden coves and meet the local marine wildlife, or a cross-country horse-ride, taking in the sites of our proud mining history? Or if you prefer your outdoor experiences to be wild, wet and exhilarating, how about having a go at Coasteering?

CYCLING

St. Agnes is also just 4 miles north of the popular Coast to Coast trail, which makes it a popular destination for young cyclists, and families who enjoy life on two wheels. This trail runs for 11 miles from the lovely coastal village of Portreath to Devoran on the South Coast, and is almost entirely on purpose built cycle paths or quiet country lanes. Part of the Mineral Tramways Cycle Network, the trail is flat, making it ideal for children and young riders, but along the route there are plenty of extra tracks with more demanding sections for those who like challenges!

BIKE HIRE

Aggie Cycles, St. Agnes offer bike hire, tours and pick up/drop off bikes to the cottage.

Cornwall Cycle Trails, who also hire bikes from their base just outside Porthtowan.

TENNIS

St Agnes Tennis Club is a friendly club where you can play on a ‘pay to play’ basis. It is a 6 minute walk from Rosemundy Villa.

RIDING

Goonbell Riding Centre, St Agnes is a well-established riding centre offering a warm welcome to nervous beginners and experienced riders. Countryside and pub hacks, summer picnic rides and indoor school. Hats and boots for hire.

WATERSPORTS

SURFING

Cornwall is the surfing capital of England – you really need to have a go! St. Agnes and Porthtowan are popular surf spots, and have thriving surf lifeguard clubs. Popular with experienced surfers , there are also a couple of excellent surf schools with great teachers in the area if you fancy taking to a board for the first time.

Breakers Surf School, Trevaunance Cove.

Porthtowan Surf School, Porthtowan Beach.

COASTEERING

Coastal Rush, St Agnes offer tailor made Coasteeering adventures for all ages and abilities. All equipment, insurance and instruction is provided. Participants must be able to swim at least 25 metres and have a pair of old trainers to wear!

KAYAKING

Koru Kayaking, St Agnes, offer stunning guided kayak adventures from Trevaunance Cove, discovering St Agnes Heritage Coast.

SUP

SUP in a Bag, St Agnes, offer Stand Up Paddleboarding from a choice of locations on the coast and rivers. You can join a tour or discuss your own tailored experience. Suitable for beginners and families.

OTHER ACTIVITY PROVIDERS

Stay Active Adventures, Newquay (11.5 miles) offer archery, Segways, zorbing games and more.

Green Leisure, offer a range of activities including clay pigeon shooting, archery, falconry, mountain biking, orienteering, canoeing, 4×4 off-road driving and survival and camping skills courses. Their venues include Truro (c.9 miles).

Vertical Descents Adventure Activity Centre, Newquay (12 miles) offer a wide range of watersports and land-based activities, including kite buggying, kite landboarding, quad biking, slacklining, surf rafting and extreme coasteering.

SURROUNDING TOWNS & VILLAGES

MITHIAN (1.5 miles) is said to be one of the oldest villages in Cornwall. Many of the houses are three to four hundred years old and built of cob (clay reinforced with straw and horse hair). The popular Miners Arms pub is reputed to have been built in 1577 and widely thought to be haunted.

MOUNT HAWKE (2.3 miles) sits atop a picturesque valley up from Porthtowan, and grew as a result of local copper mining workings. A friendly and thriving community, it has two pubs, two local stores, and is also home to one of the longest running skate parks in the country for skateboarders, in-line skaters and freestyle BMX riders.

BLACKWATER (3.5 miles) is a small, friendly village with a good selection of local shops and pubs, and has a place in history as the birthplace of The Victorian philanthropist and journalist John Passmore Edwards.

PORTHTOWAN (4 miles) has a large, family-friendly sandy beach, which is regularly awarded Blue Flag status. There are beach shops, bars and a surf shop, making it the perfect place to chill-out and enjoy the best of the Cornish seaside.

TRURO (8.5 miles). Cornwall’s one and only city, with Truro Cathedral taking centre stage. Other attractions include the Royal Cornwall Museum and Hall for Cornwall Theatre.

NEWQUAY (11.5 miles) is the home of the UK’s surf scene, boasting three major beaches, the National Surf Centre and an endless supply of rolling surf. The town with its zoo and National Marine Aquarium, offers a range of shops, pubs, cafes, bars, restaurants.

FALMOUTH (16 miles). Attractions include Pendennis Castle (English Heritage), the multi award winning National Maritime Museum Cornwall and the award winning Falmouth Art Gallery (free entry). Ferries criss-cross the water connecting Falmouth with the charming harbour town of St Mawes and the city of Truro.

ST MAWES (18 miles) is a charming fishing port with delicious seafood restaurants, attractive shops and a number of galleries. Attractions include St Mawes Castle (English Heritage), Lamorran House Gardens, Fish & Trips boat trips and the St Mawes ferry link to Falmouth. A haven for paddleboarders, kayakers and sailors with three small beaches.

ST AUSTELL (23 miles). Attractions include the St Austell Brewery's Visitor Centre.

ST IVES (23 miles) has a thriving art scene – the cobbled streets are filled with quirky shops, galleries and lots of fabulous restaurants. Attractions include the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden and Tate St Ives. Check out the world famous art on display at the Tate Gallery, and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.

CHARLESTOWN (24 miles) is home to the Shipwreck and Heritage Centre. Charlestown is also one of the 'Poldark' filming locations.

MEVAGISSEY (24 miles). Mevagissey's picturesque harbour and narrow streets are well worth a visit. Fishing trips can be taken from the harbour and there is a ferry to the nearby port of Fowey. Or head down to the World of Model Railways. Mevagissey Feast Week is the village festival in June, thought to be the longest surviving in the County, and welcomes hundreds of visitors to share in its unique celebrations.

PADSTOW (26 miles) is a quaint harbour and fishing village with winding backstreets, situated at the head of the Camel Cycle Trail. The historic harbour is surrounded by sandy beaches and offers opportunities to taste the locally sourced produce in celebrity owned establishments.

FOWEY (36 miles). The estuary town of Fowey is closely linked with Daphne du Maurier who lived and wrote here. An exhibition at The Literary Centre outlines the author’s life and works. The 15th-century church of St Fimbarrus stands as the focal point in the town and fine views of the estuary can be savoured from the nearby ruins of St Catherine’s Castle. From the esplanade there are several scenic walks around the coast as well as to the small beach of Readymoney Cove. Fowey annually hosts a Regatta in the third week of August as well as The Fowey Festival of Words and Music in May.

TIN MINES

Cornwall Gold - Tolgus Tin Mill, New Portreath Road, Redruth (6.5 miles).

Heartlands, Robinson's Shaft, Dudnance Lane, Pool (9.5 miles).

King Edward Mine Museum, Troon, Camborne (12 miles).

Poldark Tin Mine & Gardens, Wendron, Helston (15.5 miles).

Wheal Martyn Museum & Country Park (25 miles).

LITERARY CONNECTIONS

POLDARK

Check out our blog on Poldark filming locations, all easy day trips. The closest are St Agnes Head and Wheal Coates. Church Cove, Gunwalloe, next to Dollar Cove. Other locations include: St Breward and Charlestown to the east; Porthcothan to the north; Church Cove, Gunwalloe to the south; and Botallack, Levant and Porthgwarra to the west. All the coves and beaches are quite as beautiful as they look on screen, but all are deceptive, changing from sunny, peaceful places to dreadful deathtraps for ships on a lee shore when gales howl.

ROSAMUNDE PILCHER

Rosamunde Pilcher’s name has long been synonymous for outstanding entertainment, both for her novels – which have sold over 30 million copies all over the world – and for the ZDF small-screen adaptations of her works.

In Germany, Rosamunde Pilcher is a household name, because of her position in German TV ratings for over 20 years where the ZDF films of her books are watched by around six million people. The first ZDF Pilcher movie, ‘The Day of the Storm’, was screened in 1993 to over eight million viewers, and more than 100 films have been made since.

Rosamunde Pilcher was born about 19 miles away from Rosemundy Villa in Lelant, and she says that that it all started here in Cornwall, “on the beaches, sitting on the rocks and making up little stories in my head, a long time ago.”

For more information, check out our blog on Rosamunde Pilcher filming locations.

OTHER ATTRACTIONS

Mount Hawke Skate Park (2.3 miles) - one of the longest running skate parks in the country for skateboarders, in-line skaters and freestyle BMX riders.

Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm, Penhallow, Truro (3.5 miles).

Newquay Zoo (11 miles) is an award winning attraction where you can get close to over 1,000 of the world’s rarest and most endangered animals.

Blue Reef Aquarium, Newquay (11 miles). Take the ultimate undersea safari and enjoy close encounters with everything from tropical sharks to enchanting seahorses.

Lappa Valley Steam Railway, St Newlyn East (11 miles). A railway centre with three different miniature steam railways and more than three miles of track! There’s also a boating lake, a crazy golf course, children’s rides and play areas.

Pirate’s Quest, Newquay (12 miles). Entertaining and informative pirate tours run every 45 minutes. Great for a rainy day, as everything is under cover, and it’s suitable for the whole family.

Dairyland Farm World (13.5 miles) is an all weather attraction providing entertainment for all ages (open end of March until the end of October).

National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Falmouth (16 miles). Features diverse collection of approximately 140 small craft from Great Britain and overseas, and spans the past 150 years.

Screech Owl Sanctuary, Trewin Farm, St. Columb (17 miles).

Paradise Park Wildlife Sanctuary, Hayle (17.5 miles).

Flambards theme park, Culdrose Manor, Helston (19 miles). A large selection of rides and indoor attractions and exhibitions to suit everyone.

Camel Creek Adventure Park, Wadebridge (23 miles).

Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum and Country Park, Carthew, Saint Austell (25 miles).

Bodmin & Wenford Railway, General Station, Bodmin (29 miles).

Restormel Castle, English Heritage, Lostwithiel (31.5 miles).

EVENTS

JANUARY

Ice Skating at The Eden Project. St Austell (28 miles).

FEBRUARY

Ice Skating at The Eden Project. St Austell (28 miles)

MARCH

St Piran's Day - throughout Cornwall.
The St Ives Feast - Hurling the Silver Ball, St Ives (23.5 miles).
Falmouth Spring Festival, Falmouth (16 miles).
World Pasty Championships, The Eden Project, St Austell (28 miles).
The Truro Festival, Truro (8.5 miles) (March/April).
Cornwall Spring Flower Show, Boconnoc Estate, Lostwithiel (30 miles).
Cadbury Easter Trail, Lanhydrock (National Trust), near Bodmin (29 miles).
Easter events at The Eden Project, St Austell (28 miles).
Easter at The Lost Gardens of Heligan (21.5 miles).
Easter Family Fun, Bodmin and Wenford Railway, Bodmin (29 miles).

APRIL

Cornwall International Male Voice Choral Festival. Venues across Cornwall, including International Gala concerts in Truro cathedral and the Hall for Cornwall (8.5 miles).
Falmouth Spring Festival, Falmouth (16 miles).
The Truro Festival, Truro (8.5 miles).
Trevithick Day. Camborne (11 miles).
Outsid'er - St Agnes Outdoor Festival (0.4 miles). Perfect for all the family, this festival is all about getting out, getting stuck in and maybe trying something a little bit different.
Cadbury Easter Trail, Lanhydrock (National Trust), near Bodmin (29 miles).
Easter events at The Eden Project, St Austell (28 miles).
Easter at The Lost Gardens of Heligan (21.5 miles).
Cornwall Home and Lifestyle Show, Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge (26 miles).
Easter Family Fun, Bodmin and Wenford Railway, Bodmin (29 miles).

MAY

St Agnes Bolster Festival (0.4 miles). This celebration of Cornish music and art features life-sized puppets, a drum band and a 28ft giant effigy re-enacting the Cornish legend of the giant called Bolster. Every first May Bank Holiday Weekend.
Fowey Festival of Words and Music, Fowey (36 miles).
Lostfest, Lostwithiel (30 miles).
Fal River Festival, Variety of venues around the Fal River, Falmouth, Truro, Roseland.
St Ives May Day, St Ives (23.5 miles).
Helston Flora Day, Helston (18 miles).
St Ives Literature Festival, St Ives (23.5 miles).
Half term fun, The Eden Project, St Austell (28 miles).
Heligan Wild Week, Lost Gardens of Heligan (21.5 miles).

JUNE

Half term fun, The Eden Project, St Austell (28 miles).
Heligan Wild Week, Lost Gardens of Heligan (21.5 miles).
St Austell Feast Week, St Austell (23 miles).
Mevagissey Feast Week, Mevagissey (24 miles).
Fal River Festival - Variety of venues around the Fal River, Falmouth, Truro, Roseland.
Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival, Falmouth (16 miles).
Murdoch Day, Redruth (7.5 miles).
The Royal Cornwall Show, Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge (26 miles).

JULY

Truro Carnival, Truro (8.5 miles).
Boconnoc Steam Fair, Boconnoc Estate, Middle Taphouse, Lostwithiel (30 miles).
Charlestown Regatta Week, Charlestown (24 miles).
Rock Oyster Festival, Dinham House, St Minver, Wadebridge (30 miles).
Summer events at The Eden Project, St Austell (28 miles).
Newquay Carnival Week, Newquay (11.5 miles).
Summer events at Trerice (NT) (12 miles).
Summer events at Trelissick (NT) (12 miles).

AUGUST

St Mawes Town Regatta, St Mawes (18 miles).
Falmouth Week, Falmouth (16 miles).
Fowey Regatta and Carnival Week, Fowey (36 miles).
Portscatho Regatta, Portscatho (23 miles).
Relentless Boardmasters, Fistral beach and Watergate Bay, Newquay (14 miles).
Summer events at The Eden Project, St Austell (28 miles).
Summer events at Trerice (NT) (12 miles).
Summer events at Trelissick (NT) (12 miles).
Cornwall Folk Festival, Wadebridge (30 miles).

SEPTEMBER

St Ives September Festival, St Ives (23.5 miles).
Summer events at The Eden Project, St Austell (28 miles).
Great Cornish Food Festival (Cornwall Food & Drink), Truro (8.5 miles).
Redruth Mining and Pasty Festival (7.5 miles).
Greenaway Pro, St Ives (23.5 miles). Surfing festival.
World Bellyboarding Championships, Chapel Porth (1.9 miles).

OCTOBER

Falmouth Oyster Festival, Falmouth (16 miles).
Watergate ETL Surf Comp and FlowRider For Life, Watergate Bay (14 miles).
Ice Skating at The Eden Project, St Austell (28 miles).
Scary trails at Trerice Manor House, Newquay (12 miles).
Halloween Fun at Lappa Valley Steam Railway, St Newlyn East (11 miles).(Fortnight Oct - Nov).

NOVEMBER

Halloween Fun at Lappa Valley Steam Railway, St Newlyn East (11 miles).(Fortnight Oct - Nov).
Steam Extravaganza, Lappa Valley Steam Railway, St Newlyn East (11 miles).
Truro City of Lights midwinter lantern festival, Truro (8.5 miles).
Ice Skating at The Eden Project, St Austell (28 miles).
Festival of Light and Sound at the Eden Project, (selected evenings), St Austell (28 miles).
Porth Beach amazing bonfire night with firework displays (13 miles).
Father Christmas at the Eden Project, (selected dates), St Austell (28 miles).
St Austell Torchlight Carnival, St Austell (23 miles).
Pencarrow Christmas Fair, Pencarrow House & Gardens (30 miles).
St Austell Brewery’s Celtic Beer Festival, St Austell (23 miles). Hosted in the unique surroundings of the old wine cellars and vaults beneath the Victorian brewery. Sample a selection of more than 150 beers and enjoy music and live bands.
Christmas events at Trerice (NT) (12 miles).
Christmas events at Trelissick (NT) (12 miles).
Padstow Christmas Festival (26 miles).
Made in Cornwall Christmas Fair, Truro (8.5 miles).

DECEMBER

The Big Switch-on of the Christmas Lights (Feast of Lanterns), St Agnes (0.4 miles). Every first weekend of December.
Made in Cornwall Christmas Fair, Truro (8.5 miles).
Ice Skating at The Eden Project, St Austell (28 miles).
Festival of Light and Sound at the Eden Project, (selected evenings), St Austell (28 miles).
Father Christmas at the Eden Project, (selected dates), St Austell (28 miles).
Christmas events at Trerice (NT) (12 miles).
Christmas events at Trelissick (NT) (12 miles).
Santa Trains at Lappa Valley Steam Railway, St Newlyn East (11 miles). Selected dates in December.
Santa by Steam, Bodmin and Wenford Railway, Bodmin (29 miles). Selected Dates in December. Enjoy a steam train ride and see Santa on board on your journey. Presents from Santa for children and mince pies and seasonal refreshments for adults.
Fowey Christmas Market, Fowey (36 miles).
Christmas Lantern Night at the Lost Gardens of Heligan (21.5 miles). 5.30-9pm – Free entry.
Heligan Christmas Fair, Lost Gardens of Heligan (21.5 miles).
Father Christmas visits the Lost Gardens of Heligan and magical festive Trail (21.5 miles).
Father Christmas at Lanhydrock (National Trust), near Bodmin (29 miles).
Christmas Day swim, Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes. No wetsuits. Santa hats optional.

Things you need to know about Rosemundy Villa if you’re thinking of booking a holiday there:

  • Smoking is not allowed inside any of our properties
  • * One well-behaved dog welcome (£25 additional charge per stay), to be kept to the kitchen and utility areas please
  • Parents of toddlers, please be aware of a small stream which borders the garden and flows through a narrow cutting 1' wide.
  • Minimum 7 night stay during Summer High season. Minimum 2 night stay during all other periods

*Internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge. Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor the agent will be held responsible.

Up to 10% discount for holidays taken between 13 Nov 2018 and 11 Dec 2018 minimum of 2 nights maximum of 28 nights bookings must be placed between 13 Nov 2018 and 10 Dec 2018

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