The Rosemundy House Hotel is a family hotel run by the Faulkner family. This elegant Georgian residence dates back to the 18th century and was opened as an Hotel in May 1967 with approximately seventeen bedrooms. Since extended, the hotel now offers forty-six tastefully appointed bedrooms.
All bedrooms are centrally heated and have private bathrooms or shower rooms, with flat screen colour TV with Freeview, direct dial telephones, hair driers and beverage tray.
The Rosemundy House Hotel is set in over four acres of private secluded gardens and woodland and is within easy walking distance of the quaint and unspoilt coastal village of St Agnes. less than a mile from the beach at Trevaunance Cove and one and a half miles from Chapel Porth.
The pool is open ever day from May until September 9.30am until 6.30pm.
Thursday – On our journey to St Agnes we will stop at Exeter, the capital of Devon for a lunch break, you could visit the magnificent Exeter Cathedral or simply enjoy the fascinating Quayside.
Friday – Today we travel to Perranporth a rugged north Cornish coast with a beautiful seaside resort with stunning sea views over the Perran Bay. It’s here that the writer of the Poldark lived while creating the series. From here, we will visit the National Trust property of Trerice, which in the series, features as the Manor House. Originally owned by the Arundel family for 500 years, the present house was completed in 1572. From here we travel to Charlestown. It was here that a lot of the filming for the drama series Poldark took place with the inner harbour being used as the port of Falmouth and the beach and slipway doubled for St Marys on the Isles of Scilly. (admissions included)
Saturday – Today we travel to Penzance, stopping enroute to visit the Poldark Mine and Gardens (weather permitting, admissions included). Here we will see how the mines were worked and how they discovered the seams of minerals such as tin and copper. Please note: we will not be going underground into the mine. Penzance has a stunning harbour and quaint streets with many heritage sites within the town, such as the new art gallery and the Dolphin Inn down by the Quay. At low tide, it is possible to walk over to the island to see St Michael’s Mount. In the afternoon, we travel on to St Ives, a wonderful coastal town with a working harbour and many places to visit.
Sunday – Our destination today is Truro a beautiful Cornish town, visit the Cathedral with its twin spires, or enjoy some free time at the beautiful harbour, Lemon Quay. We then continue to Falmouth. Its harbour is the thirds deepest natural water in the world. The whole area is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town itself is beautiful, admire its narrow terraces and rich maritime heritage.
Monday – On our journey home we will have a lunchbreak at Burnham on Sea.