The Old Tea Room CottagePort Navas
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pets: welcome
Location and Surrounding Area
A walker’s paradise, Port Navas sits in the heart of rural bliss. With access to footpaths that lead you to ancient woodland, subtropical gardens, garden cafes and historic pubs, adventure awaits at The Old Tea Room.
If you’re seeking a water excursion and a more unique way to explore the area, boats and moorings are available for hire locally at Port Navas Yacht Club. For boat moorings/berths in Port Navas contact Tom on 01326 340525. The creek itself dries for about two hours either side of low tide.
Port Navas is also within easy reach of either Constantine or Mawnan Smith village both with convenient local shops for days when dining in is preferred.
Located a driving distance from the rugged and wild clifftops of the Lizard peninsular, excitement is never too far away from the serenity of Port Navas. Passenger ferries are available from Helford Passage to Helford and from Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier to the upper River Fal, St. Mawes, Truro and Helford River.
A short 20-minute drive takes you to the creative and vibrant town of Falmouth which is rich in fabulous eateries, beautiful beaches and family-friendly attractions such as the National Maritime Museum and Pendennis Castle. Falmouth is never short of festivities. This vibrant university and working town has a booming art and independent business scene and a rich cultural calendar, with leading events like the International Sea Shanty Festival and the Fal Oyster Festival.