Bed & Breakfast
Trefusis Barton, Flushing, Mylor, Falmouth, Cornwall
TR11 5TD Tel/Fax 01326 374257
Mobile 07866 045646 Email: trefusisbarton@aol.com

Bed & Breakfast - "highly recommended"

"Open All Year"


Trefusis Barton - near Flushing and Mylor


The Fal Estuary

Trefusis Barton - Mylor Bed & Breakfast
Trefusis Barton is a 400-acre working farm in Mylor overlooking the beautiful Fal Estuary in Cornwall. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty it is part of a small, private, historic estate between the yachtsman's paradise of Mylor Harbour and the picturesque village of Flushing.

Although the farm is set in a very quiet location Falmouth is less than ten minutes away by car and the ancient town of Penryn - the site of Cornwall's new university - is even closer.

Spectacular Views
From various points on the farm the panoramic views of the sea are spectacular. Bed & Breakfast guests are welcome to enjoy the private woodland path which leads down to the water's edge at Trefusis Point. Here there are breath-taking views stretching from Falmouth to St Mawes and beyond. This is a popular spot for anglers and there is a small beach where you can relax and watch the sailing. From here it is just a short stroll to the heart of Flushing Village or you can follow the coastal path around to Mylor Harbour.

Guests are welcome to borrow Wellington boots from the porch at the front door.


Trefusis Barton - Double Bedroom


Trefusis Barton - Twin Bedroom

The Centuries Old Farmhouse
The three light and spacious bedrooms are well equipped. Each has an en-suite power shower room, TV, hot drinks tray, central heating, hairdryers and hot water bottles - plus free WiFi.

Sailors
Restronguet Sailing Club and Mylor Yacht Club within easy walking distance
If sailors have any wet gear please give it to Jessica who will endeavour to dry it in time for the next day's sailing.

Please note that this is a non-smoking house.


Breakfast
A substantial farmhouse breakfast is served. Guests are welcome to help themselves to orange juice, cereals and fruit.
Hot food is cooked to order on the Aga and can include poached, scrambled, boiled or fried free-range eggs, bacon, sausage, tomatoes, mushrooms, toast, tea and coffee.
If there is anything else you might prefer please ask, as it may be available.


Above the Fal Estuary

Looking over the Fal Estuary

Tariff - including breakfast
£70 per room per night - for two people sharing a double/twin room
(Single occupancy of a double/twin room is from £55 per room per night).

Ferries
A passenger ferry operates from Flushing to Falmouth - the home of the National Maritime Museum - every half-hour during the summer months and hourly in the winter - there is no ferry at lunchtime or in the evening.
From Falmouth further ferries run regularly to St Mawes, and Truro. During the summer it is also possible to use the Mylor Shuttle Ferry to Falmouth. A bus service operates every day, except Sunday, from the end of the farm drive to Truro
.

Falmouth Ferry
 

Eating Out
There is a variety of pubs and restaurants in the locality, many serving seafood and steaks as specialities.

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Comments from Visitors
"Many thanks for the warm welcome, wonderfully comfortable room and superb breakfast."
"Will return soon."
"A great night's sleep, great breakfast, great place to stay."


Contact Details
:
Mrs Jessica Laity
Trefusis Barton, Flushing, Mylor, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 5TD
Tel/Fax: 01326 374257 | Mobile: 07866 045646 | Email: trefusisbarton@aol.com