Trevalsa Court Country House Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
Photos of Trevalsa Court Country House Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Trevalsa Court Country House Hotel Mevagissey
Travel Blogs from Mevagissey
... new tyre (who hit the pothole up the road?) , the Channel Tunnel and ferry are booked, the breathalyser kit, the red triangle, and the high vis jacket are all ready and waiting to go... lets hope they wont be needed.
So far the route is supposed to go like this: Cornwall to Folkestone where we take the 'chunnel' across to Calais. From there its down through France to Verbier, Switzerland, where we have to tie up all the loose ends ...
... was beautiful! I cannot believe the english countryside has this kind of scenery, there are massive cliff faces with deep blue water everywhere. So to get there you have to walk about a mile to the bottom where the ocean is. We walked around and took heaps of photos for about 2 hours. There was so much to see. I wasn't too fussed about the ruins but the scenery was definitely worth going to see. It was even better than the great ocean road, I think one ...
... there for most of the day and then Mike and I went to pick up Ron and Abi from a near by beach. Mike had dropped them off at 10am this morning because they were going for an all day walk along the coast together. They ended up walking over 13kms down the coast and checking out everything as they went. I was definitely happy to go to the adventure park instead of walking that! We just chilled and played Banagrams tonight and had beef stroganoff - Jamie ...
This morning we went to the meeting in Bodwin, Cornwall which is about a 30 minute drive away from where we are staying. We all went together in our car loads and the congregation was bombarded with visitors. The congregation was about 75 publishers I think and when we walked in we had so many people coming to see us, it was really nice, definitely the friendliest congregation I've been to here. There was one lady ...
... the edge of the waterfront, it is has really old streets with cobblestone roads and old shops and buildings, then you walk out and there is all the boats set up everywhere. Then when you walk out further you see the lighthouse and out into the ocean. Plymouth used to be a naval port because it has perfect access, they even had a navy boat there. Then I had an Icecream cone of death which Ron said was amazing and he gets everytime. So it's a ...