Lands End

Honeycombe House

Accommodation type: Bed and breakfast

61 Polkirt Hill, Mevagissey, Cornwall PL26 6UR, UK
Contact:
Ian & Val Soper
Telephone:
01726 843750

Superbly situated at the top of Polkirt Hill, it must have one of the best views in Cornwall, looking over both the inner and outer harbours and miles of Cornish coastline. Honeycombe House is a FOUR star Silver Award family run Victorian house, a 3 minute walk from the centre of the working fishing village of Mevagissey, with its quaint narrow winding streets and cottages built into the cliffs above the harbour. All our rooms have Double glazed windows and central heating, and include a heated towel rail, Digital LCD colour T.V., Tea/Coffee making facilities, and also a hairdryer and clock radio. Wi-Fi Internet access is also available. All our double and twin rooms are en-suite and two of our rooms have a large balcony with seating and table offering the same stunning views as all our guests enjoy whilst eating their breakfast. Ideally situated for the Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and visiting the many wonderful places and things to do on offer in Cornwall. You may even prefer to find a nearby beach or stroll along the South West Coast Path, which passes the house. A section of the National Cycle Network runs in front of Honeycombe House, and we have secure storage for bikes.

Luggage Transfers Ltd deliver here


Email:
enquiries@honeycombehouse.com
Website:
www.honeycombehouse.co.uk
Grading:
Visit Britain 4-Star Guest Accommodation Silver & Breakfast Award
Rooms:
5 (En suite facilities available)
Prices from:
£35 to £80

Facilities

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Dogs welcome: No
  • WiFi Available: Yes

Additional Services

  • Packed lunches: No
  • Laundry service: Yes
  • Luggage transfer service: Yes
  • Pickup service: No

Cyclist Facilities

  • Secure cycle storage: Yes
  • Bike wash facility: Yes

Entry last updated: 21/06/2018


Honeycombe House
View from balcony at Honeycombe House
Entrance hall at Honeycombe House
Honeycombe House - viewed from Mevagissey Harbour
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