Goviley is located on a quiet farm lane, approximately 1.5 miles from the village of Tregony. Acting as the "Gateway to the Roseland Peninsula", Tregony is an unspoilt village set amongst pleasant, rolling farmland yet close to the coast. The village has a general stores with post office, an art gallery, a church, a chapel, doctors, dentist and a pub, The Kings Arms.

 

We are situated less than 10 miles from the market town of St Austell (home to the world famous award winning Eden Project) and the same distance from the Cathedral City of Truro. Both provide an array of shops, banks, pubs and restaurants.

 

The Roseland Peninsula is a beautiful part of South Cornwall with unrivalled coastal scenery, much of which is protected by the National Trust. It boasts majestic cliffs, headlands and secluded coves to discover. There are golden sandy beaches to discover as well as calm creeks and quaint fishing villages.  You will discover lots to do and see on the Roseland and the weather will doubtless be better than expected due to the microclimate that exists on the peninsula.

 

We are fortunate to be situated less than 2 miles from the nearest sandy South Cornish coast beaches which are quieter and more suited to families than the rugged North coast. You can also easily access the stunning coastal footpaths that hug the cliff tops nearby. The Roseland is renowned for its delightful villages, such as Veryan, with its quaint round houses and St Just-in-Roseland with its church set in beautiful gardens at the head of a creek. At the Peninsula’s tip is St Mawes, with its spectacular views over the Fal estuary.

 

Our central location provides easy access to all of the many attractions that Cornwall has to offer. There’s something for everyone from theme parks and museums to gardens and castles.

 

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