Mevagissey is a delightful fishing village on the South Coast of England in beautiful Cornwall. Tucked away in the West Country as it is, Mevagissey is a popular holiday destination. In addition to being highly picturesque, Mevagissey manages to retain its character as a place where people live and work. That means that alongside the ice-cream shops and varied pubs, you can still find working fishing boats, nets being mended, a friendly and busy post office, baker, green-grocer and other staples of day-to-day life. It also has the great advantage of being right on the doorstep of several hugely popular tourist attractions, such as The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the fabulous Eden Project.
In Mevagissey you can find a super range of places to stay, from local campsites to pitch a tent or park a motorhome, to luxury hotels for a truly pampered experience, and a full range of budgets between the two. B&B stays for couples or singles, cottages and apartments for families, chalets, caravans and studios for all.
You can eat in Mevagissey’s variety of family-friendly pubs, restaurants and cafés, get a takeaway supper, eat a pasty by the harbour or take fabulously fresh fish and chips back to your holiday home.
Some of the most famous holiday landmarks of Cornwall are within a short trip of Meva’, including the extraordinary Eden Project, The National Trust’s Lanhydrock, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, and the glorious South West Coast Path. Nearby Roseland Peninsular to the west and Bodmin Moor to the East offer varied scenery, and the astounding Lands End experience is just a day-trip away.