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Weir Point Stables

Position

Area
Restronguet
Setting
Creekside
Sea Views
River views

Public Transport

Bus Stop
1.3 miles
Train Station
3.7 miles

Amenities

Beaches
0.2 miles
Eating Out
1.0 miles
Shopping
1.5 miles
Recycling
0ft

Restronguet Weir is situated in the tranquility of the Restronguet Passage. There's a small tidal beach with a mixture of sand, shingle and seaweed just outside the cottage which catches the morning and early afternoon sun. It's perfect for paddling and quiet relaxation.

Picturesque creekside paths stretch in either direction, taking you through wood and farmland to the surrounding villages and marinas. The path North West takes you to the famous medieval thatched pub, the Pandora Inn, where you can indulge in some hearty food whilst drinking in the sun on their pontoon. They also provide crabbing equipment so the children can explore the wildlife that gathers around the pontoon.

If you wander South, through Greatwood and across open fields with stunning views across Mylor Creek, you'll find yourself in Mylor Bridge. Mylor Bridge has excellent village shops including a fishmonger, butcher, well stocked grocery store and post office. There's also the village pub, the Lemon Arms.

On the other side of the Creek is Mylor Church and Mylor Yacht Harbour. For the water lovers there are pontoon berths and swinging moorings with immediate access to the Carrick Roads, while on land there are numerous eateries; Cafe Mylor, which is great for snacks and sandwiches, and Castaways, serving everything from Italian to classic British and fish dishes.

There are plenty of walking routes around the cottage. The Pandora Inn have a comprehensive map of walks here and local maps can be bought from the shops in Mylor Bridge.

Although you are in a secluded area of the county, surrounded by farmland, the main road is a five minute drive away. From Weir Point Stables the port town of Falmouth, with its beaches and excellent array of eateries, is a ten minute drive away through Penryn. Cornwall's capital and main shopping hub, Truro, is a short 15 minutes drive.