Tideway – St Mawes

Tideway - St Mawes

Contemporary self catering accommodation in St Mawes *****

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Tideway, Luxury self catering St Mawes

Tideway, one of the most sumptuous self catering properties in St Mawes is available for a truly magnificent holiday in Cornwall. No expense has been spared, no stone left unturned in creating one of the finest holiday homes in Cornwall. With accommodation for up to nine people, this seaside retreat is perfect for large families, two families on holiday together or small families and couples just wanting a lot of space.

Tideway, one of the finest holiday properties in one of the best Cornish destinations, awaits your visit.

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St Mawes Self Catering Holiday Home

Positioned above the main village, this self catering property has fantastic views of St Mawes harbour and bay, and further out to the entrance of theCarrick Roads – perfect for watching the boats come and go and for providing an airy, spacious and peaceful environment in which to enjoyyour holiday in St Mawes. Tideway takes full advantage of its position with vast glazed sliding doors leading onto an equally vast decked areaoverlooking the good sized enclosed garden. A hot tub, steam room and barbeque will ensure you have memorable relaxing evenings as youwatch the sun go down in St Mawes, the most beautiful part of Cornwall.
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St Mawes Cornwall

St Mawes. Once a village driven by a strong fishing economy, the village is now a haven for those seeking a special holiday in Cornwall. St Mawesstill retains a strong connection with the water and has become a magnet for the sailing fraternity and indeed for anyone with a passion forwatersports. Nestled near the entrance to the Carrick Roads, St Mawes Bay leads out to a fine, extensive sailing area, close to Falmouth and othervillages along the River Fal. With excellent transport links, both on and off the water, getting around this part of Cornwall is a stress free experienceand with passenger ferries meandering all over the Fal, no part is left inaccessible.
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