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Mounts Bay Inn
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Mullion is the largest fishing village on the Lizard, and is renowned for pilchard fishing and of course smuggling. The impressive 13th Century church of St Melan dominates the view, any visitor will be impressed by the Norman font or the intricately carved bench ends especially of Jonah and the whale. Mullion Cove is a pretty working harbour with links to Mullion Musket Men who had a gun fight with the crew of HM. Hecate. A walk along the stunning cliffs that inspire painters and authors will bring you to Poldhu Cove, where in 1901 Marconi conducted his famous experiment of transatlantic radio communications. The Mullion Meadows Arts and Crafts Centre has a wealth of lovely things on offer, most can be viewed being made on sight from chocolates, beautiful quilts to unusual jewellery. Or the Art gallery is home to over 80 Artists work. Further inland the remains of the Wheal Union Copper Mine offers an insight into Cornish Mining. Or close by is Lizard Lighthouse. Of course there are stunning cliff walks, unbeatable scenery and coastal views that will capture any heart, add together the colourful fishing boats and warm welcome and you have a recipe of unforgotten memories.

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Franchis Holiday Park
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Franchis Holiday Park
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Mounts Bay Inn
Old Inn

Restaurant

Alma House Restaurant
Galleon Mullion
Old Inn
The Patio

School

Mullion Infant & Junior School
Mullion School

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The Health Centre

Sports Clubs

Mullion CC (Cricket)

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Mullion Gallery
The Potters Wheel
Trenance Chocolate
Hattons Grocers
Colroger Deli

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Porthmellin Tea Rooms
Poldhu Beach Cafe
The Cole Roger Patio Cafe
Mullion Flowers
Atlantic Forge
Trecarne Pottery
The Cornish Kite Shop
Mullion Meadows Craft Centre

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Polurrian Hotel (0.65 miles)

Polurrian Hotel

Set in 12 acres of landscaped gardens at the top of 300 foot cliffs, the family owned Polurrian Hotel offers Edwardian elegance with modern comforts. The stunning location and friendly service draw guests back ... More | visit website

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Mullion Cove Hotel (1.02 miles)

Mullion Cove Hotel

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Set in a magnificent cliff top location above Mullion Harbour, with spectacular coastal views. The Mullion Cove Hotel offers a haven of peace and relaxation.Enjoy lunch, a cream tea or ... More

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Housel Bay Hotel & Restaurant (4.49 miles)

Housel Bay Hotel & Restaurant
Britain's Most Southerly Mainland Hotel, located in a spectacular position overlooking the ocean where the Western Approaches of the Atlantic meet the English Channel. A secluded, sandy beach nestles below adjacent cliffs and the ... More
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Harbour Inn (5.04 miles)

Harbour Inn

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In the historic Cornish harbour village of Porthleven, sitting in a commanding position overlooking the harbour, there are 14 en-suite rooms and many with stunning harbour and Atlantic views. This ... More

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Classic Cottages (5.17 miles)

Classic Cottages
Georgian town houses line the streets of Helston, giving it a stately air. Every May, the town hosts ‘Flora Day’, a May Day celebration which involves the famous ‘furry dance’ procession through the streets. ... More
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Premier Inn Helston (5.21 miles)

Helston, the UK's most southerly Premier Inn, is situated halfway between Falmouth and Penzance - the perfect location for exploring southwest Cornwall. Whether on a day trip to Flambards, exploring beautiful countryside or taking advantage ... More | visit website
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Grovewood B&B (6.78 miles)

Grovewood B&B

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Grovewood is in the village of Constantine which is approximately 4 miles west of Falmouth within close distance to the Helford River and the Lizard Peninsular. Nearby there are numerous ... More

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Budock Vean - The Hotel on the River (7.00 miles)

Budock Vean - The Hotel on the River
This privately owned award winning luxury hotel offers outstanding leisure facilities which include a spectacular indoor swimming pool, sauna, outdoor hot tub, natural health spa, 9-hole golf course, tennis courts, private foreshore and AA rosette ... More | visit website
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Budock Vean (7.27 miles)

Budock Vean

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Nestled in 65 acres of organically managed sub-tropical gardens and parkland on the banks of the tranquil Helford River enjoy a holiday in Cornwall at this privately owned, family run, ... More

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The Mowey Barn (7.46 miles)

The Mowey Barn

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Set in lovely countryside on a working farm, this very comfortable, newly converted barn is ideally located for exploring the north and south Cornish coasts. Adjoining the ... More

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