The Carthouse At Roundhouse Barn

St Just in Roseland, St Mawes, Cornwall, Seaside village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Downstairs Description

Exposed wooden beams in kitchen and bedroom that has a 6ft bed zip and link bed and a delightful south-easterly aspect (can be split as a twin). Window seat. Solid oak furniture and flooring. Large dual-aspect lounge with a New England feel. Solid oak floor, slate hearth and electric "woodburner" stove, cream painted furniture and complementary soft furnishings. New photographic artwork throughout the cottage commissioned from Bob Berry - one of Cornwall's finest landscape photographers. Kitchen has granite worktops and Neff appliances. Newly refurbished bathroom has underfloor heating, travertine tiles and a large bath with overhead shower.

First Floor Description

South facing patio, garden furniture and Weber BBQ

Eco Escape: We support the Responsible Visitor Charter & sustainable tourism with our green policies & credentials.
Organic Options: We make sure we every cottage has only the best products, all from ethical suppliers.
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Romantic Hideaway: we can provide those additional touches to make your stay with us especially memorable – perhaps champagne on ice with strawberries, locally made chocolates or a beautiful bouquet?
Tourist Attractions:
  • St Mawes Castle: St Mawes Castle is among the best-preserved of Henry VIII's coastal artillery fortresses, and the most elaborately decorated of them all. There's great views from here across to its sister castle, Pendennis, in Falmouth. Visit website
  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall: Dominating Events Square in Falmouth this is a fantastic, fun-filled museum that always pushes the boat out when it comes to exhibitions. Visit website
  • Geevor Tin Mine: Dig into Cornwall's heritage at Geevor Tin Mine. Explore the building and head underground to pan for gold! Visit website
  • The Eden Project: World-famous visitor attraction with its icon biomes. As well as stunning gardens Eden hosts fantastic arts and music events. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Driftwood Hotel Restaurant In Portscatho: We are open for dinner on every evening and and offer private lunches for a minimum of six persons. On warm evenings you may like to enjoy an aperitif on the deck – softly lit by hurricane lamps to add to the ambience. Visit website
  • Roseland Inn In Philleigh-in-Roseland: In the winter months you will enter into a warm atmosphere fuelled by our two traditional cast iron log burners and In the summer where better to relax and enjoy a sumptuous meal and a pint but in our newly redesigned beer garden. Visit website
  • Idle Rocks Hotel In St. Mawes: We serve great Cornish produce, simply prepared, cooked and served. It comes right from our own door step. When we can forage, we do. When the markets are open, we are there. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Lobbs Farm Shop: We are three farming brothers, Terry, Ian and Richard Lobb, and each have a farm supplying beef, lamb and fresh vegetables direct to Lobbs Farm Shop. Our own beef and lamb are born and raised on the farm where the animals graze our traditional pastures and meadows. Visit website
  • Tesco : In Falmouth and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Fish & Trips Of St Mawes: Enjoy a spot of fishing with Fish & trips of St Mawes. Perfect if you're a keen fisherman or you want to try it for the first time. Visit website
  • Mylor Sailing School: If you're looking to brush up on your sailing skills, Mylor Sailing School offers courses for all levels of sailor. Ranging from 1/2 a day to 1 week. Visit website
  • Orca Sea Safaris: Get close to dolphins, seals and other Cornish wildlife on one of Cornwall's top boat trips Visit website
  • Roseland Beaches Walk: A stunning all day walk along the Roseland Peninsula following the coastal path from Portscatho to St Anthony’s Head. Visit website