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Make A Holiday Rental Apartment in Mylor, England, Your Home Away From Home

Mylor is a small Cornish village, located on the county’s south coast, close to Falmouth. The village is almost surrounded by water, with the Carrick Roads estuary in one direction, Restonguet Creek and Falmouth harbour to the other. This means that visitors looking to spend their holidays in Mylor will find that most of the holiday rental accommodation in the village, whether it is an apartment, cottage or townhouse, will enjoy outstanding water views.

Things to Do on Holiday in Mylor, England

Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Mylor will not be surprised to discover that due to the village’s geographic location the majority of the activities are focused on the sea. There are organised pleasure boat cruises up and down the estuary to nearby Falmouth and St Mawes, as well as diving expeditions and water sports. The beaches to be found along the south Cornwall coast are close by and the village is also conveniently located for visiting such popular Cornish attractions as the Eden Project and Flambards Theme Park, which are both within a short drive away.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Mylor, England

Most visitors spending their holidays in Mylor will be looking to spend some time in the nearby ancient port of Falmouth. Famous for its deep harbour, the town attracts a large influx of visitors, drawn by such attractions as the National Maritime Museum, Pendennis Castle and its imposing Georgian architecture. Visitors looking to enjoy a spot of retail therapy may wish to head to the city of Truro, the county town, which is just a short drive to the north of Mylor. As well as a broad and eclectic range of shops, boutiques and department stores, the city also boasts such attractions as its Gothic Cathedral, with its 249 foot spire, and the Royal Cornwall Museum.

Weather in Mylor, England

Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Mylor will find that this part of the UK enjoys a typically mild, maritime climate, which is greatly influenced by the Gulf Stream. This means that summer temperatures average in the early-twenties degrees Celsius, whilst winter temperatures tend to be much milder than the rest of the UK, generally staying between 8 and 12 degrees Celsius. Mylor receives an average annual rainfall of around 32 inches.

Travel to Mylor, England

Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Mylor will find that the village is well served by the Cornish road network, which it turn links the county to the rest of the UK. The nearby A39 connects the village to the A30, the main motor route through the county, which in turn connects to the M6 motorway in Devon There are also regular train connections to the rest of the UK from Truro train station, which is just 6 miles away.

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              Very comfortable house with lovely views

              5 of 5
              We had a wonderful stay. Quiet spot at the end of the road. The house is well maintained and has lots of room, has a well equipped kitchen and comfortable sitting areas. The bedrooms, dinning rooms and patios look out over the harbour and gardens. Many things to do here. You can walk your boats out to the water and there is a rental place just down the street (stand up paddle boards also). We walked to Flushing and took the ferry to Falmouth, explored the old cemetary and church and walking paths here, and visited St. Ives and Perranporth beaches (shops, art, restaurants). We also went to a performance at the Outdoor Minack Theater. Highly recommended.
              • Review Submitted: 08-Sep-2015
              • Date of Stay: Sep 2015

              Friendly and welcoming

              4 of 5
              The court yard apartment feels more like a friendly home than a holiday let. It is comfortable, beautifully decorated in a slightly shabby chic mode. I received a warm welcome, the apartment had fresh flowers from the garden, picked and arranged by Pen, a lovely touch. Fresh eggs from the hens were much appreciated. The apartment is quiet and peaceful, the sense of the history of the house is all around. I was sorry to leave not least because there is a large bookcase with lots of books I would like to have had time to read. If you are looking for a holiday base that feels like a home from home this is one I would recommend.
              • Review Submitted: 04-Nov-2014
              • Date of Stay: Oct 2014