St Mawes is a relatively small village on the South Coast of Cornwall which itself is situated in the South of England. There are many delightful St Mawes B&B's that you could stay at when visiting this wonderful village, so make sure to book a room at one of these if you decide to come here for a holiday away. There is also a significant number of things that will be able to keep you entertained if you are visiting St Mawes on your own, and there are numerous things to keep the kids entertained if you are travelling down with the whole family.
Summers Beach (Freshwater Beach) is only a five-minute walk away from the centre of St Mawes, it is the beach that most people visit when they are in the village. Stay at a St Mawes B&B so that after a nice relaxing day at the beach you have somewhere that you can chill out for the rest of the day. Summers Beach in St Mawes is on the smaller side but it is great for those that are looking for somewhere to relax for the day, at low tide you are also able to explore the fantastic rock pools. During the year the beach is dog friendly except for during the summer.
You need to make sure to visit St Mawes Castle which was constructed in the mid 16th century along with a series of other similar forts that would be used to defend against an invasion from France and Spain. After learning about the historical castle head back to your St Mawes B&B so that you are able to take advantage of all the available amenities that modern life grants in St Mawes. Explore this marvellous castle and keep an eye out for the Latin that is inscribed into the castle that is there to show praise for King Henry the 8th and his son Edward.
For those that are fans of the outdoors and nature, you could also make sure to check out the wonderful Lamorran Gardens in St Mawes. After spending the day getting more in touch with nature you are going to need somewhere comfortable to spend the night, so book a room at a St Mawes B&B. The garden was in the BBC's 'Nations Favourite Gardens'. It is also specifically designed in a way so as to avoid harsh weather such as frost unless it is exceptionally bad. The garden is home to plants from all over the world providing an incredibly diverse selection to see whilst visiting St Mawes.
Don't just take this guide's word for it, head on down to the wonderful little village of St Mawes in Southern Cornwall and stay at any number of wonderful St Mawes B&B's while you are there so that you can have a holiday you will be telling everyone about. You will also be in a great place to be able to explore the rest of Southern Cornwall if you are able to find the time that is, book a visit today and have a splendid time in St Mawes on the Cornish coast.