Weir Point StablesMylor
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 3
- Pets: not allowed
- Electric Car Point
Restronguet Weir is situated in the tranquility of Restronguet Passage. Moments away from the cottage,
the small and tidal Weir Beach awaits discovery. It’s an ideal spot for paddling and moments of quiet
relaxation, where, at the shoreline, a mixture of sand and shingle basks in the morning and afternoon sun.
Picturesque creekside paths stretch out in either direction, taking you through woodland and pasture to the
surrounding villages and marinas. The path heading north west takes you to the famous, medieval
thatched pub, the Pandora Inn, where you can enjoy hearty food while resting in the sun on the pontoon.
You can also hire crabbing equipment, so the children can explore the wildlife that gathers in the
If you wander south, through Greatwood and open fields with stunning views across Mylor Creek, you’ll find yourself in Mylor Bridge. The quaint village has excellent shops, including a fishmonger, a butcher, a general store with organic local produce, and a Post Office. You’ll also find a welcoming village pub, The Lemon Arms.
Further along you’ll reach Mylor Church and Mylor Yacht Harbour. For water lovers there are pontoon berths and swinging moorings with immediate access to the Carrick Roads, while on land there are numerous eateries, including Cafe Mylor, which is great for snacks and sandwiches, and Castaways, serving everything from Italian to classic British and fish dishes.
Although you’re in a secluded area of the county, surrounded by farmland, the main road is only a five minute drive away. From Weir Point Stables, the port town of Falmouth – with its beautiful beaches and excellent range of eateries – is a ten-minute drive, through Penryn. While Cornwall’s capital and main shopping hub, Truro, is just a fifteen-minute drive away.