This remote peninsula, with it's magical creeks and secluded bays will let you discover a quieter pace. Great for holiday makers, it's also close to Falmouth and the Lizard is on your doorstep, as well as the villages of Gerrans and Portscatho.
Sitting St Anthony Head, at the far west tip of the Roseland Peninsula with panoramic views over Falmouth Bay, this former officers' accommodation is a great base for walkers.
With big views all around, from Dodman Point to the Lizard, including busy Falmouth harbour you could easily spend the day on your verandah taking it all in.
Another of the officers' quarters sitting on the Roseland Peninsula, you can enjoy the panoramic views from the windows, or head into nearby villages of Gerrans or Portscatho, or simply head out on coastal walk.
A former workshop near the officers' quarters on St Anthony Head, Tiffy's is a great base to explore the miles of unspoilt coast and countryside of the Roseland Peninsula.
In the heart of Bohortha, this beautiful converted former Dame school is with a gorgeous Gothic-style arched window is now a single storey cottage with views across fields out to sea.
On the edge of the hamlet of Bohortha, this charming and secluded cottage has a gorgeous garden and views towards the sea. It's also in a great spot for exploring the nearby beach of Towan.
A dreamy thatched cottage down a narrow track near Porth Farm, this private cottage in its wooded garden is the perfect escape from it all.
Opposite Porth Farm House, this handsome barn built in stone and slate is a great spot to discover the Roseland Peninsula and Towan beach is just a five-minute stroll from the barn.
A traditional Cornish farmhouse that's full of character with ivy-covered walls and a walled front garden. It's also only a five-minute walk to pretty Towan beach.
An ideal base for exploring the area, this cosy cottage next door to Porth Farm House has a wood-burning stove in the living room and a pretty partially enclosed garden.