Pebble House is a small adults only seaside boutique guest house of the highest standard in the charming fishing village of Mevagissey, Cornwall. Simon and Andrea Copper have created this innovative and luxurious 6 room Chic Retreat situated right on the south west coastal path with 180 degree sea and countryside views. Pebble House is the best newcomer this area of Cornwall has seen in quite some years but be warned- pack lightly as the chairs you sit on, the lamps you use, the retro signs you see and even the sumptuous beds you sleep in are all for sale, so you may well find yourself coming home with a lot more than you bargained for! Please note children under the age of 16 years are not accepted.
In typical British seaside style, pubs, cafes, galleries and shops cluster around the harbour walls and line the pretty streets of the fishing village of Mevagissey. Nearby are The Lost Gardens of Heligan which underwent a famous and well documented restoration after years of neglect and are now filled to the brim with a stunning collection of sub-tropical flowers, trees and plants. For those who enjoy walking there is the Pentewan trail, an easy-going 5 mile round trip from the beach at Pentewan to the village of London Apprentice and back. The trail runs along the bed of an old narrow gauge railway which once took clay and tin ore to the harbour at Pentewan until the railway ceased operation in 1916. The Eden Project is within easy reach and closer to home is the Mevagissey Museum. Water Gate Bay, which is for great surfing, St. Mawes and Fowey, where the annual Royal Regatta is held, are all less than half an hour's drive from Mevagissey.
Enjoy afternoon teas on the terrace with 180° views of the Cornish coastline. These scrumptious Pebble House teas include home baked scones, fruit cake and cakes, all using local produce. All room rates at Pebble House include a luxury breakfast which includes fresh daily local free range eggs, award-winning local sausages, and local jams and marmalades. Around the maze of streets in Mevagissey there are plenty of seafood restaurants and there is nothing more Cornish than tucking into some local scallops and ending the evening with a walk along the harbour wall with lights of the village twinkling on the water. Sams on the beach and The Sharksfin come highly recommended by Simon and Andrea. As Pebble House has the luxury of being Fully Licensed, a bottle of something chilled can be arranged for your arrival, or a local beer can be enjoyed sitting out on the front terrace just drinking in the jaw dropping sea views. Padstow, home to Paul Ainsworths restaurant, is just over half an hour away.