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Bohurrow Farmhouse, ST MAWES Ref: 0005

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Paul & Gill Mace
Bohurrow Farmhouse Bohortha St Anthony in Roseland Truro TR2 5EY

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B&B Reference: 0005

National Trust tenanted property in peaceful hamlet

Room Type: 1 double/family (3) ensuite, 1 twin shared bathroom by arrangement

Price: £95.00 to £115.00 per room

Single occupancy: £75.00

Dogs allowed: no

Children: all

WiFi access: yes

Credit Cards accepted: no

Evening Meals available: no

Nearest Airport: Newquay

Horses catered for: no

Assessment grading: BBNW Graded

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Paul & Gill Mace

Bohurrow Farmhouse Bohortha St Anthony in Roseland Truro TR2 5EY

7.5 miles from ST MAWES   2 miles from PORTSCATHO

BOHURROW FARMHOUSE is a National Trust tenanted house offering traditional bed and breakfast in the peaceful hamlet of Bohortha.  Situated close to National Trust beaches and St Anthony Head with lovely walks straight from the door, we are within easy reach of The South West Coast Path and seasonal ferry to St Mawes.  The King Harry Ferry over the Fal to Trelissick House and Gardens is 7 miles away. There are coastal views from the bedroom and the guests’ dining/sitting room has an open fire.  Minimum 2 nights stay.  Singles welcome at £75.00.  Only one party taken at a time.


Directions & Map

Nearest town or village: Bohortha

Once you have reached Gerrans follow the road through the village past the church towards St. Anthony. The road becomes narrow and bends sharply at Trewince Manor (holiday lodges) and then continues down to the creek at Froe, and past the National Trust car park on the right at Porth (Towan Beach). Continue another 1/3 mile, and on a broad bend signposted Bohortha turn right, and follow the lane up into the hamlet past the thatched cottages on the left. Continue for 50 yards or so until you see a large cream farmhouse on the right, which sits on the corner surrounded by a semi-circular wall. This is Bohurrow Farmhouse, entered via the wrought iron gate opposite the letter box set into the wall. There is parking in the lane

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User Reviews

3 Reviews of Bohurrow Farmhouse, ST MAWES Ref: 0005
  • Steve Bishop

    After a lovely walk on the coast path my wife and I arrived at Bohurrow Farmhouse and were warmly welcomed by Paul and Gill into their beautiful home.We spent a very relaxing evening by the log fire talking to our hosts who were very informative about the local area and recommended many places of interest to visit.
    Following a restorative hot bath we slept blissfully in our very comfortable room. We awoke to a fine morning and on opening the curtains wondered at the beautiful view across the bay with glimpses of Nare Head, Gull Rock and the Dodman. We enjoyed a superb leisurely breakfast, the hot croissants being a particular delight. We cannot recommend Bohurrow highly enough,our hosts really took care of us. A hard place to leave,we have already booked our next stay at Bohortha.

  • Alison Morton

    We can’t rate Bohurrow Farmhouse highly enough. We stayed there late summer 2019. Everything about our stay was perfect. We had access to one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the world with wonderful views from our guestroom. A short walk takes you to the foot ferry to St Mawes.
    Paul and Gill are the most attentive hosts, our room was beautifully clean, extremely comfortable and very relaxing enabling a very good night’s sleep. The breakfast was delicious and plentiful. We enjoyed sitting in the guest lounge during the evening with lots to read relating to the local area.
    I have stayed in various hotels and guesthouses near Portscatho during the past thirty years and nowhere has come anywhere close to the perfection of Bohurrow Farmhouse.

  • Mark Smith

    Stayed here in December for 2 nights with my wife.
    Gill and Paul are absolutely wonderful hosts who looked after us very well indeed.
    The house is lovely with a guest lounge area with a lovely open fire, no TV however, but that is exactly what we needed to relax and spend time together.
    Breakfast is superb with all local ingredients.
    Be sure to go outside at night into the lane and look up, there is very little light pollution and the stars are incredible.
    Highly recommended for a stress free, peaceful break, the Roseland Peninsula is a gorgeous place to visit, rain or shine.
    We’ll be back for sure.

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