Breakfast with a grandstand view of Mevagissey harbour and the sea,
sampling local Cornish and homemade products from the menu.
Our three warm en-suite bedrooms have powerful showers and comfy kingsize beds.
Trennicks is a Four Star Gold Award accommodation set in large, peaceful,
landscaped gardens, situated at the end of a quiet lane.... yet is just a
two minute stroll from the village and the South West Coast Path.
The swimming pool, open in the Spring and Summer, is an added bonus.
The bed and breakfast also offers private on site parking, which is
a real added bonus, as past visitors to Mevagissey will know...
This year round bed and breakfast is the perfect holiday destination
for those looking for a peaceful and relaxing environment with
genuine friendly hosts...
Trennicks offers its guests a choice of three generous sized double ensuites bedrooms, one of which can be made up as a twin.
Two of the bedrooms offer wonderful views out across the rooftops of Mevagissey to the outer harbour and St Austell Bay, whilst the third bedroom looks out across the orchard.
All rooms have the benefit of tea/coffee making facilities, complimentary toiletries, hairdryer, colour TV, DVD, iPod docking station, free WiFi and comfy chairs to relax in at the end of a busy day holidaying.
Benches and seats in the outdoor areas have wonderful sea views and are the perfect place to relax and while away an hour or two with a chilled glass of wine, simply watching the boats go by.
Breakfasts at Trennicks
Breakfast is served in our dining room till 10.00 am where guests can enjoy the wonderful views out to the harbour and beyond.
You can choose from a selection of cereals, yoghurts and fresh fruit salad, followed by a full traditional English cooked breakfast or an alternative such as smoked salmon and scrambled egg, pancakes or French toast with bacon and maple syrup.
If guests have any special dietry needs please let us know so we can accommodate your requirements.
Mevagissey is a small coastal village just 5 miles south of St Austell, which is situated at the north eastern corner of the tri-angular "Roseland Peninsula", with St Mawes at the southern tip.
Being in the heart of Cornwall the whole county is easily accessible to our visitors, with the Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan very close at hand... Mevagissey itself, is a delightful Cornish village, with its working harbour, narrow streets, lovely restaurants, pubs and gift shops....