Places to Visit
The South Coast of Cornwall is a beautiful area to visit and Bosilliac Holiday Cottages are perfectly positioned for exploring this rich and diverse area. Cornwall is renowned for its sub tropical gardens and the spring is the ideal time to visit Cornwall's many gardens to see them in full bloom.
A sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop. Open every day of the year, from 10am. Trebah is a magical Cornish valley garden boasting 4 miles of footpath, the bamboozle and the giant gunnera. Follow the paths down to Polgwiddon Cove for an ice cream on the private secluded beach, then back up to the award winning tea rooms and a browse through the shop.
Beautiful gardens and a private beach.
A world renowned outdoor theatre set on the cliffside at Porthcurno - a spectacular location where you can watch the ships going out to the Isles of Scilly from your stone carved seat.
Situated in 40 acres of Cornish countryside, The Seal Sanctuary in Gweek is the only fully operational seal rescue centre in Cornwall. Any stray, sick and injured seal pups that have been discovered around the Cornwall coast are taken here and you can often see them recovering in the on-site hospital.
Falmouth Art Gallery is an award winning gallery, with regular exhibitions. The Penlee Gallery at Penzance has regular exhibitions as well as a permanent Newlyn School gallery. This may inspire you to take up painting while on holiday at Bosilliac.
Why not bring your paints and drawing book with you.
A wonderful valley garden full of amazing plants. A walk through the garden ends in the beautiful hamlet of Durgan on the Helford River.
Pendennis (and its sister castle St Mawes) was built by Henry VIII to defend the country against invasion. The castle was one of the last royalist strongholds to fall during the English Civil War. A fun filled day and a spectacular view.
The Smithy in Mawnan Smith was purchased by the Mawnan Anvil Trust in October 2006 and the restoration began to create the Craft Workshops and the working forge. Visit the Old Smithy to browse their traditional products and get a glimpse of the history of Mawnan.
An iconic building situated in the heart of Falmouth at Events Square. Touch, explore and experience the rich maritime history of Cornwall. Exhibitions, talks and activity days for children throughout the year.
Truro Cathedral, Budock Church, Mawnan Churches, St Mary's Catholic Church, and Falmouth Central Methodist Church hold regular services each Sunday. St Budock Anglican Church 10.00am. Falmouth St Mary's Roman Catholic Church 10.45am. Falmouth Central Methodist 10.30am. Mawnan Smith see Notice Board for St Michaels Anglican Church and St Mawnan Anglican Church. Truro Cathedral 10.00am.
A Church near Bosilliac