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Using our filters will help you find your dream holiday letting in Mousehole. Most of the accommodation options in Mousehole include internet or TVs, which makes it a wonderful destination if you can't imagine a holiday without internet or you want to tune out with some TV time. You could even find lettings if you want a letting with a balcony or a patio (9 rentals include balconies/patios in Mousehole) or you're dreaming of days spent poolside (1 rentals with pools).
The Weather in Mousehole
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Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Mousehole, 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 Mousehole
Users who are interested in house rentals in Mousehole have many choices, since this is the most prevalent accommodation option there. The average size of house rentals in Mousehole is 97 m², and they cost, on average, £189 per night. Furthermore, the majority of house rentals in Mousehole are able to welcome 5 guests, which makes Mousehole a great holiday spot for medium-sized groups and families. You could also compare other property types in Mousehole. Hotel rooms are another typical accommodation type in Mousehole, with 11 offers listed. The average size of hotel rooms in Mousehole is 15 m² , and the average price is £148 a night.
Find the perfect holiday cottage for a quintessential Mousehole stay
Pronounced 'Mowzel', Mousehole is a fishing port with history dating as far back as 1266. Set on the Cornish coast between Penzance and Land’s End, this arresting fishing hamlet has fully retained its original splendour. Yellow-lichened houses line the inner edge of the harbour that houses lovely holiday cottages and cosy lettings.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Mousehole?
Art and culture of Mousehole
The town's narrow cobbled streets are a delight to get lost within, spilling over with souvenir shops, cafés and art galleries. Visit the memorial of Dolly Pentreath in the neighbouring village of Paul. She was the last local to speak the Cornish language, which is incidentally witnessing a revival in this part of the county.
Hop over to neighbouring Penzance and check out the art and artefacts at the 120 year-old Newlyn Art Gallery, and Penlee House Gallery and Museum.
What are the best activities for families in Mousehole?
Activities in Mousehole with kids
Mousehole's sheltered beach is ideal for families who want to spend a day basking in the summer sunshine. You could also catch an open-air show at the world famous Minack Theatre, carved into a granite cliff overlooking Porthcurno Bay.
Cornwall’s industrial past comes to life with the underground tours at the 18th century Geevor Tin Mine. Kids will love all the hands-on activities, such as 'gold' and gem panning, Plus kids under four can visit for free.
Where are the unique attractions in Mousehole?
Excursion destinations in the area
A boat trip to the castle-topped St Michael’s Mount is highly recommended. The castle's turrets offer expansive ocean views. Sunny days are perfect for hiking along the Coastal Path to Lamorna Cove. Look out for the Tater Du Lighthouse along the way.
Built in the 1930s, the Jubilee Pool Penzance merits a visit, as do the stone-walled homesteads in Chysauster Ancient Village, an erstwhile Iron Age settlement. The legendary Cornish destination of Land’s End is another worthy day trip for its fantastic Atlantic ocean views. While here, visit the 200-year old Greeb Farm.
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