Visit Mevagissey and Gorran Haven, Cornwall. Here you'll find all the information you need to plan your holiday in Mevagissey, Cornwall. B&B, Hotels, Self-catering Cottages and Campsites. Named after two Irish saints, St Meva and St Issey, the village dates back to at least 1313. Narrow streets and steep valley sides lead down to the centre of the old Mevagissey where the distinctive twin harbour provides a safe haven for the many fishing boats that land their daily catch of skate, lobster, plaice and sole.
Discover Mevagissey, Cornwall. Where to stay - What to do - About Mevagissey. All the information you need to find your self-catering holiday cottage, hotel, bed & breakfast or camp site. Updated for 2017.
Mevagissey - a magical place for your holiday. A traditional Cornish fishing village, where you can wander the narrow alleyways, browse gift shops and art galleries, try the local ale in one of the many pubs, have a fine dinner in one of the excellent seafood restaurants and finally walk around the moon-lit harbour. Learn all about the history of the village at the Mevagissey Museum, experience Mevagissey Feast Week. The perfect setting for your perfect Cornish holiday.
Mevagissey needs you! Cornwall Council has stopped all funding for the public toilets in Mevagissey, so the community is taking them on. This entails raising a lot of money to pay for maintenance, cleaning, water rates etc. Fund raising events will be taking place in the village through the year and we also have a fund raising page where all donations will be very much appreciated. If you love Mevagissey, please click on this text to help.
Come to Mevagissey, Cornwall and enjoy a great Cornish holiday. The land of Poldark, E.V. Thompson, Daphne du Maurier, Susan Cooper and Rosamunde Pilcher. Mevagissey is situated on the southern riviera coast, just 5 miles from St Austell and the Eden Project, making it an ideal base from which to explore this beautiful county. It is a small, unspoilt fishing village with a colourful history of boat building and smuggling, which still retains its traditional character and nowadays has a selection of top quality pubs, restaurants and shops. Stay in one of the friendly Mevagissey hotels, a Cornish holiday cottage or a harbourside B&B, and enjoy the best of Cornish hospitality. Cornwall is a county of legend; Celts, Druids and King Arthur, plus the modern attractions of the Eden Project, Tate Gallery, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, and National Maritime Museum for you to explore. This website contains travel information, accommodation and much more which we hope will help you in planning your holiday in Cornwall. Heligan 1 mile - Eden Project 7 miles - St Austell 5 miles - Fowey 8 miles - Truro 15 miles - Newquay 15 miles