Cobblestone Cottage is a quaint 18th Century Fisherman's Cottage just a few steps from Mevagissey Harbour and behind the Wheel House in a quiet passageway. The newly refurbished cosy Cottage has two bedrooms. A Double and a Kingsize or a Twin. It can accommodate 4 adults or 2 Adults and 2 Children. The Cottage retains many of its original features with exposed beams and sash windows but has a modern Kitchen and Bathroom, Nightstore Heaters and an Electric Wood Burner. The Kitchen is fully equipped and there is a Smart TV with DVD . Wifi is coming soon. Please note the Cottage does not have a seaview but is only steps away from the waters edge. Parking is in Willow Car Park where a good discount is given for longer stays. There is no parking at the Cottage but you can drive onto the harbour to drop cases. Breakfast is available in the Wheel House next door and food is served until 9pm in the summer and 4pm in the Winter.
Mevagissey is a picturesque working fishing village and can be found on the south coast of Cornwall just 6 miles from St Austell. Mevagissey is reknowned for its narrow streets, harbour, restaurants and pubs. With an aquarium, museum, walks and small beach, there's most definitely something for everybody.
Mevagissey can be used as a centre to visit other holiday destinations and places of interest such as Fowey, Polperro, Looe, Newquay and Truro to name but a few. Mevagissey is used as a base by people who enjoy walking the coastal footpaths of Cornwall. Mevagissey is on the footpath and is in the middle of the 150 mile stretch between Lands End and Plymouth.
Mevagissey itself offers a number of attractions, not least of which is Mevagissey Feast Week, held at the end of June to celebrate the Pilchard Harvest. Entertainment includes carnivals, dances, fishing boat and raft races, musical performances and the fantastic firework finale.
For as long as almost anybody can remember, The Wheel House Restaurant and Guest House has dominated the West Wharf of Mevagissey Harbour. In it’s former days as a Net Loft, John Wesley is reported to have made his first Sermon in Mevagissey here, and it is the pews from the old Wesleyan Chapel in Mevagissey that now furnish the Lower Deck.
In 1967 the Queen Mum came to visit and although several refurbishments have taken place over the years, the restaurant has remained much the same as it was then.
PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO IMMEDIATE PARKING OUTSIDE THE WHEEL HOUSE (EXCEPT FOR 3 PUBLIC DISABLED SPACES) AS WE ARE WATERSIDE. WE HAVE AGREED SPECIAL RATES WITH WILLOW CAR PARK FOR OUR GUESTS, JUST A FIVE MINUTE WALK FROM THE HARBOUR ON THE WAY INTO MEVAGISSEY. YOU MAY DRIVE ONTO THE HARBOUR TO DROP AND COLLECT BAGS.
The Wheel House is unsuitable for anyone with mobility problems as there are stairs to access all rooms