Park Cottage

St Mawes, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from St Mawes

The Eden Project

A travel blog entry by jas20j

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The first dome emulates a rainforest environment and is over 55 metres high covering nearly 4 acres. It is used for tropical plants including coffee, rubber, gigantic bamboo and even bananas in fruit. Once in the tropical dome we immediately noticed the change in humidity with temperature around 30 C.

The Mediterranean Biome is not as big and houses warm temperate and arid plants such as olives and ...

A Cornish detour

A travel blog entry by wendymoz

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... Bronze age. A church and abbey were built after the Norman invasion over 900 years ago. There has also been a fort here and it is a now a family home.
After time spent exploring, the tide had come in and we had to catch the little boat back to the mainland .. and a yummy afternoon tea of crab sandwiches!!

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Fourth Day

A travel blog entry by mickadams

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... knew to be not too far from where wanted to go. This path eventually petered out in an industrial estate that naturally for 7pm on a Friday was deserted. Eventually arriving at the village of Menheniot after11 hours of walking and sorting my things out, I was then down to the bar where I had a couple of pints and enjoyable repartee with the locals. At about 10.30 I decided to go to bed. Then someone asked why I had decided ...

Nothing could prepare me for the cold there.

A travel blog entry by siobhan-mw.aus

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... which is amazing! And watched the lunch time organ recital! By Roger Judd. He seems a pretty big deal, he has awards and honors from the queen etc. it was amazing! So no hostels in Truro, another camping ground it is then! And more rain! But it's ok, the hot showers there were life changing! In the morning I took the 7am bus into town, to catch the national express coach to ...

Third Day

A travel blog entry by mickadams

Absolutely hammering down and forecast to last for days. This where the test begins!! Walking along wearing a poncho.. Look a right idiot (I think because I can't see myself) Probably look mean, moody and magnificent. Today certainly tested my resolve although I honestly didn'tremotely feel like giving up. As I did not listen properly to directions given I took ...

Location

This hotel, located in St Mawes, is near National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Trebah Gardens, Pendennis Castle, and St. Mawes Castle.
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