Accommodation around the Helford River
There are a number of bed and breakfast options to be found on both sides of the Helford, ranging from beachside boutique guesthouses to period properties of exceptional charm.
Situated at Maenporth, this contemporary guest house is within easy reach of both Falmouth and the north bank of the Helford.
A converted barn, this two bedroom bed and breakfast is located on the fringes of the thriving little village of Constantine.
A perfect base from which to explore the south banks of the river and the Lizard Peninsula alike, Gallen Treath is a popular B&B in the village of Porthallow.
For a little bit of peace and quiet, visitors to the Helford area could do a great deal worse than consider this award-winning place to stay near Manaccan.
Tucked away down a little lane on the edge of Mawnan Smith, Chynoweth is an ideal place from which to visit gardens such as Trebah and Glendurgan.
If staying in historic buildings appeals (and why would it not), then this heritage-rich little manor house near Mawnan Old Church will be of great interest.
Just a short walk from the centre of Mawnan Smith village, Goldmartin is a home-from-home bed and breakfast within a house that dates from the 1700′s.
Describing itself as a “home from home” and benefiting from plenty of 21st century comforts, this Gweek bed and breakfast is well regarded by former guests.
Also see our Helford River Hotels page for similar accommodation options, including inns such as the Trengilly Wartha (Constantine) and The Black Swan (Gweek).