Porthkerris Divers makes no recommendation or accepts responsibility for any of the accommodation listed below
Trengilly Wartha is situated in a small hamlet in an area designated as being of outstanding natural beauty, about one mile from the village of Constantine. There are six cottage bedrooms in the hotel all have their own facilities and are thoughtfully and attractively furnished.
Treleague B&B and Cottage
Treleague is a family run B&B and self-catering cottage nestling at the top of the peaceful Porthallow valley with views down to the sea and over Falmouth Bay to St Anthony’s Head lighthouse. It is situated on the sheltered east side of the Lizard Peninsula, south of the Helford river.
Halwyn Holiday Cottages
Halwyn is an old Cornish farmstead, with the farmhouse believed to be around 250 years old, situated in a quiet and secluded valley on the Lizard Peninsula, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is 3 cosy and comfortable holiday homes and Bed and Breakfast accommodation is available in the farmhouse.
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Gallen-Treath. The guest house, established in 1965, is ideally situated with a panoramic view of both the sea and countryside. All our bedrooms are en-suite and individually decorated with colour televisions, tea/coffee making facilities and complimentary biscuits and we specialise in traditional English breakfasts and offer a tasty Vegetarian alternative using many local ingredients. Enjoy your meal whilst looking out over the village of Porthallow and the Falmouth Bay to St. Mawes, the St. Anthony lighthouse and beyond to Dodman Point.
The Five PilchardsPorthallow 01326 280256 David and Lynn Lambrick give you a warm welcome to The Five Pilchards Inn which can offer high quality home made food, a great pub atmosphere as well as newly refurbished Bed and Breakfast or Self Catering Accommodation.The Five Pilchards Freehouse is located close to the beach in the small Cornish village of Porthallow. This is also only a 10 -15 minute walk from the ‘Porthkerris Camping Field’.
Old Temperance House
In the village square of St Keverne, on the magnificent Lizard Peninsula of Cornwall, Old Temperance House is a lovingly renovated period property, with a selection of bedrooms and private luxury shower or bathrooms that we offer for your stay. You will be welcomed by the owners Clive and Denise. All our rooms have remote control Colour Televisions, CD Players with Radio’s and alarms, Hairdryers, Tea & Coffee making facilities and thermostatically controlled central heating radiators.
Ridge House is a wonderful detached property in the beautiful surroundings of the lizard peninsular. This beautifully furnished house includes a well fitted, well equipped kitchen with a range cooker, dishwasher, microwave and fridge with freezer compartment. Also downstairs there is a breakfast room, dining room, living room with TV, Freeview and DVD player, and downstairs toilet. The sleeping accommodation at Ridge House consists of three double bedrooms (1 with a double bed and spacious en-suite, the others have twin beds) and a downstairs single bedroom, sleeping a total of 7 people. A cot is also provided. Also upstairs is a good sized bathroom with whirlpool bath. There are beautiful views from two of the bedrooms over the village and the sea can be seen on clear days.
Parc an Grouse
Parc An Grouse is situated overlooking the ocean close to a quiet sandy beach and just a short walk from the village of St. Keverne in beautiful South Cornwall on the Lizard culdrose Peninsula the most southerly part of England, we are the ideal place to stay if you’d like to take advantage of the many activities that can be sought in South West Cornwall, the Coast Path is just at the bottom of the fields with many lovely walks, the picturesque fishing villages of Coverack, Cadgwith, Porthallow and Mullion are all close by. We now have available our new barn conversion with well equipped en-suite rooms also three large family en-suite rooms are available.
The Old Fire Station
The Old Fire Station provides comfortable first floor holiday accommodation in a converted Victorian fire station, with fine views over to Falmouth Bay. Located in the far south west of Cornwall, in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Old Fire Station is in the heart of the peaceful village of St Keverne with its handsome village square, ancient church, pubs, restaurants and local shops. The accommodation is a flat which sleeps 4 plus a sofa bed, comprising of an open plan living/dining area with sofa bed, double bedroom, twin bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and garage space for beach gear, surf boards and bikes.
Tregonning Lea is a large spacious modern bungalow on the edge of the village of St. Keverne, in a quiet and secluded position with a large garden and ample parking on site. There are three guest rooms, double en suite, and a twin and single room which share bathroom which has bath and shower. Colour tv in all rooms, tea and coffee facilities and hairdryer. A full english breakfast, with the option of a vegetarian breakfast, is served and packed lunches can be provided. There is parking available for 4 cars and a free Wi Fi connection is also available.
The Top House
Travel as far as you can south and you will happen upon Lizard village, the most southerly point in Britain. Nestled in the heart of the village is The Top House pub. The Top House has been a hostelry for more than 200 years and prior to this a farmhouse it still retains the real country feel. Hotel accommodation was provided from the late 1800s up until the early 80s however we are very pleased to announce that we have just completed a major refurbishment of the hotel accommodation and we can now offer 8 superb double / twin ensuite rooms. The refurbishment was inspired by the natural surrounding coastline and some of the views need to be experienced to be believed.
Luxury B&B on The Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall. Situated in an enviable position down a quiet country lane and close to the dramatic Cornish Coast, Atlantic House is the perfect place to stay for a luxury, relaxing break. Being the only 5* Guest House on The Lizard Peninsula, this is no ordinary bed and breakfast. All rooms are bright and sunny, with elegant decor, heavenly beds with plump feather pillows, delicious Cornish breakfasts; from the moment you arrive every effort is made to make your stay special. With a sea view from most rooms, caring and generous hospitality, what more could you want from a holiday in Cornwall.
Skyburriowe Farm House
Skyburriowe Farmhouse is situated in a leafy no through road on the outskirts of Mawgan village on the Lizard Peninsula. The farmhouse is set on a working dairy farm whose owners are true Cornish and has been in the family for generations. The house is approximately 120 years old and boasts original stained glass arched landing window and porch door. This more than comfortable Bed and Breakfast offers spacious well furnished en-suite rooms, complete with tea/coffee making facilities, colour TVs , hairdryers, alarm clocks and central heating radiators.
The Three Tuns St. Keverne 01326 280949 In the real traditions of Inn keeping, The Three Tuns Hotel is many things to many different people a place for a quick snack and a pint, for family outings to catch up with friends, for a good meal or for a comfortable hotel to base yourself from, whether being a walker, part of a diving club or on a family holiday.
White Hart Hotel
The White Hart Hotel is situated in St. Keverne on the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall. Commanding an entire side of the village square, The White Hart offers views of the 15th century church opposite and is only 1 mile from the infamous Manacle rocks which have claimed many ships. The nearby Acorn trail is a must for walkers. Nearby attractions include Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station and Flambards Theme Park in Helston. We offer a wide range of facilities for you to enjoy including Bed & Breakfast accommodation, fine dining and Public Bar. We have developed our menus using the finest fresh local produce and have an extensive Chef’s Specials board featuring local seafood.
The Paris Hotel is situated in the peaceful and charming fishing village of Coverack, Cornwall. It was built by the Redruth Brewery back in 1907 and was named after the liner SS PARIS which ran aground on the headland on whit Monday 1899. The hotel has now been under new management since April 2004 and offers the chance to come and relax and enjoy the wonderful sea views from the garden whilst sampling a drink from the bar, or food in the restaurant. The Hotel has four comfortable rooms available for guests, comprising three double bedrooms and one room with twin beds.All rooms are ensuite with a television and tea and coffee making facilities. Every room has superb views of the sea. The menu, which changes daily, gives a varied selection consisting of locally caught fresh fish, shellfish, meats, and vegetarian options, supplemented with a quality wine list.