- by Gordon
St Mawes Tourist Information Centre
St Mawes is a sailing village where the Percuil river meets the sea. It faces Falmouth and Pendennis Castle built by Henry V111 who built St Mawes Castle to defend Falmouth and its harbour from invaders. A regular ferry service operates from Falmouth and you can catch ferries and trips to Malpas and the National Trust house and Gardens on the Trelissick estate.
To make the most of your visit call into the St Mawes Tourist Information Centre their advice on where to go places to see will ensure an enjoyable visit.
The Roseland Visitor Centre
The Millennium Rooms
Tel: (01326) 270440
Opening hours: Summer Mon – Sat 10.00 – 4.00 with the addition of 10.00 – 12.00 on Sundays in August. Winter Mon – Fri 10.00 – 2.00.
You can find more information on the National Trust in the Roseland.© Photograph of St Mawes Castle with kind permission of Robert Pittman Flckr