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Popular holiday rental amenities in Mevagissey
The above filters will help you find your dream property in Mevagissey. Mevagissey is the right destination to look for a property if you need internet access during your holidays or you never miss an episode of your favourite show, as the most frequently offered amenities are internet and TVs. Not as many holiday rentals in Mevagissey are available if you are a grill master or you want a rental with a pool , as barbecues and pools are not very common features in Mevagissey.
The Weather in Mevagissey
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Above is a climate diagram for Mevagissey. July is the warmest month in Mevagissey, with average daily maximum temperatures of 19°. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Mevagissey, with temperatures falling below 4°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is May.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Mevagissey
Users who are looking for bed & breakfast rentals in Mevagissey will have plenty of options to choose from, as this is the most typical accommodation type there. The average size of bed & breakfast rentals in Mevagissey is 17 m², with a median price of £95 a night. Furthermore, these properties are a great option if you're going in a group of 2, as that is the average number of guests that bed & breakfast rentals are able to host in Mevagissey. Holidaymakers who prefer something else can also find many house rentals, which are the second most popular property type in Mevagissey. Our analysis shows that the median cost of house rentals is £156 a night for an area of 191 m².
Cornish perfection with holiday cottages in Mevagissey
Mevagissey is one of the most photographed Cornish fishing villages for good reason. Filled with traditional stone cottages which appear to be clinging to the steep hillside above the harbour, Mevagissey is the perfect base for a holiday exploring this stunning part of Cornwall.
Where to find the best food in Mevagissey?
The best of Cornish produce
Mevagissey is still home to working fishing boats, with many of the local pubs and restaurants serving locally caught fish and seafood. Cornwall is also known for its rich farmland, with locally produced ice cream widely available in every flavour you can imagine.
A visit to Mevagissey wouldn't be complete without a traditional cream tea; a pot of tea, home-made scones, sweet jam and indulgent clotted cream. It's not to be missed.
What are the best activities for families in Mevagissey?
Holiday in Mevagissey with the kids
Kids will adore the narrow streets and colourful boats in Mevagissey harbour, and there is no shortage of cafés selling ice creams and cakes. Just two miles south of Mevagissey is the village of Gorran Haven, which lies between two of Cornwall's best beaches, ideal for sandcastle building and playing in the waves.
The Shipwreck Museum in Charlestown has guides and worksheets, and tells the story of smugglers and shipwrecks along the rugged Cornish coast. Children interested in transport will love the Mevagissey Model Railway Museum which has lots of working displays.
Where are the unique attractions in Mevagissey?
Things to do in and around Mevagissey
You could easily spend your entire holiday exploring the narrow streets around the harbour, fishing for crabs off the harbour wall, and visiting Mevagissey's small but interesting museum and aquarium, but there's even more to explore around the town itself.
Mevagissey is only 17 km from The Eden Project, home to two massive greenhouses recreating plant habitats from around the world. Explore the surrounding coastline by taking a boat trip across the bay to the town of Fowey, or visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan, recently restored to their former glory.
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