Trenance Farm Cottages

Mullion, Helston, Cornwall

tel: 00 44 (0)1326 240 639

Holiday Cottages in Cornwall
Holiday Cottages in Cornwall
Holiday Cottages in Cornwall
 3 to 4 stars
 3 to 4 stars

Wherever you are on the Lizard you are never far from the sea

Whether you are looking for a meal or a drink, with the sea nearly surrounding you, you are simply spoilt for choice for coastal pubs, each with a unique environment as the coastline changes from the dramatic cliffs of the west and south to the rolling hills and estuaries to the north of the Lizard peninsula.

There are many pubs within easy reach of the coastal path

Move your mouse over the labels on the map below for information about the local pubs.


The Blue Anchor, famous for its Spingo Ale, is one of the oldest original Inns in Britain that continues to maintain a working brewery. Dating back to the 15th century, the Inn has a long history including 600 years of brewing. Originally a monks rest house, which produced a strong honey based mead, it now produces a variety of 'Spingo Ales' to traditional recipes.


Located near the fishing village of Gunwalloe and affording breathtaking views all around, with the imposing Halzephron cliffs nearby. The Inn was built around 500 years ago and is steeped in smuggling history, with the unforgiving coastline claiming many shipwrecks through the years.
 The Old Inn


The Old Inn is a traditional thatched roofed pub, idyllically located in Mullion. Situated amongst delightful old Cornish cottages, and just a stone throw from the historic 13th Century church of St Mellanus, The Old Inn, welcomes visitors to enjoy a relaxed, friendly atmosphere, fine locally sourced food. Steeped in history and laying at the heart of village life since the 16th Century it has provided much needed food and respite to weary travellers.
  Mounts Bay


Set in the heart of Mullion Village, The Mounts Bay Guest House offers a warm and friendly welcome. Whether you have had a good days walk along the cliff tops on the south west coast path or you have had a day in the village or surrounding area. Rated food and service.
 Mullion Cove Hotel


The hotel stands on the cliff top overlooking the Mullion Cove with uninterrupted sea views offering breath taking views. It's a short walk across the lower field from Trenance to the public footpath which meets the coast next to the hotel. Ideal for an drink or meal throughout the day without the bustle of traffic.
 The Top House


The Top House Inn is full of character and local history, retaining all the charm of its roots as a traditional rural Cornish Inn. Located in the heart of The Lizard village the Inn offers a warm atmosphere. With an extensive Menu offering interesting dishes freshly prepared from the best local produce, a comprehensive Wine List and Award Winning Real Ales kept to Cask Marque standards.
 The Witchball


The Witchball bar and restaurant is the most southerly pub in mainland Britain, situated in the picturesque Lizard village. The family run establishment offers the finest Cornish Ales, from St Austells Dartmoor (3.9%), Skinner's Betty Stogs (4.0%) and our locally brewed Witch Ball ale (4.7%) and Lizard Point (4.0%), bitters provided by Chough's Brewery.
 Housel Bay Hotel


Located in Housel Bay, just north of the Lizard Lighthouse and Lizard Point offering spectacular views of the coast set in a characterful period building. The dramatic coastline has many headlands to explore and view the surrounding cliffs and open sea. Sit down on the terrace, ideal for a refreshment stop or a meal while gazing out over the Channel.
 Cadgwith Cove Inn


Nestled in the timeless village of Cadgwith, ideal for a meal or refreshments whilst walking around the coast. Access by car is more difficult due to the narrow Cornish Lanes, the benefit is a quieter village. Walk down to the shingle beach to see the fishing trips return, with the catch unloaded, the boats are pulled up the beach.
 Cadgwith Cove Inn


Located in one of the cove's old pilchard cellars, where the fish would have been pressed, salted and packed. Cadgwith was a major fishing harbour in times gone by, holding the record for pilchards with 1.3 million caught in a single day in the 19th century.
 The Paris Hotel


The Paris Hotel is situated in the peaceful and charming fishing village of Coverack, Cornwall. It was built by the Redruth Brewery back in 1907 and was named after the liner SS PARIS which ran aground on the headland on whit Monday 1899. The Paris Hotel offers the chance relax and enjoy the wonderful sea views from the garden whilst sampling a drink from the bar, or food in the restaurant


The famous Roskilly's Farm, where you can see the milking parlour, walk around the ponds, treat yourself to a cream tea or snack after a walk in the area or just wander around the farm in the company of cows, donkeys, ducks and cats. Visit whether you're in a buggy or a wheelchair, whether you want a meal, coffee or tea by the fireside or a stroll around the meadows, or if you fancy watching cows being milked and learning a little about how the farm works.
 The White Hart


The White Hart Hotel is situated in St. Keverne on the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall. Commanding an entire side of the village square, The White Hart offers views of the 15th century church opposite and is only 1 mile from the infamous Manacle rocks which have claimed many ships. They use as much locally sourced produce as possible to produce traditional English fayre which is complimented by daily specials. They offer Cornish Real Ales as a wide selection of wines
 The Three Tuns


In the real traditions of Inn keeping, The Three Tuns Hotel is a place for a quick snack and a pint, for family outings, to catch up with friends, for a good meal. We have a quiet dining area with a range of wines or local ales available to accompany your meal. Outside there are magnificent views across Falmouth Bay & the local countryside. They specialise in locally sourced, home cooked produce & freshly caught fish dishes, including Monkfish & John Dory, with meats are sourced from the local award winning butchers - Retallacks.
 The Five Pilchards


The Five Pilchards, has an interesting collection of shipwreck relics and stands 30 yards from the fishing cove of Porthallow (called "P'raller" by locals), a former fishing village which specialised in the pilchard industry. The name "Five Pilchards" is derived from the traditional way of counting pilchards in groups of five. A good range of different brewery beers, including, Sharp's "Doom Bar" and Abbott Bitter is available. The food is purchased from local suppliers, from fresh lobster and crab to sole.
 The New Inn


A cosy thatched pub buried in the Cornish countryside in a small village well off the beaten track. Just a single basic bar with no frills. The beer is served straight from the barrels situated behind the bar including Sharps Doom Bar. In the village of Manaccan, famous for the fig tree growing out of the Church wall and the place where titanium was discoverd by English clergyman William Gregor (1761-1817). Walks in the area include Gillan Creek with St. Anthony and the nearby Tremayne Quay.
 The Shipwrights


The Shipwrights Arms is a popular waterside pub in Helford village, good for a pint and a pasty while sitting outside by the river. With Sharp's Doom Bar, Skinners Betty Stogs and bottled Helford Creek cider on offer. Walks in the area include Frenchman's Creek and the shoreline of the Helford Estuary.
 Trengilly Wartha

Secluded Cornish Inn, the hotel's name translated literally means the settlement above the trees. Nestling in the wooded valley of Polpenwith creek it is surrounded by six acres of it's own gardens and meadows. The Trengilly's bar is a friendly Cornish local inn, with a good mix of people eating and drinking, or both! There is a no smoking family room in the conservatory area. Being a free house they offer a choice of unusual ales, several of which are served straight from the stillages.
 Trengilly Wartha


The Ferryboat Inn (The FBI) dates back 300 years and is situated on the waterfront at Helford Passage, surrounded by wooded banks and sloping fields. The pub is a wonderful stop-off for visitors to Trebah Gardens, Glendurgan and the numerous walks and boat-trips around Mawnan Smith, Durgan and the Helford Estuary. Excellent seafood menu. Take the foot ferry from Helford Village or drive around the Helford.

There are two pubs within walking distance of Trenance Farm, The Mount's Bay and The Old Inn, both in Mullion village. Closer to Trenance, a short walk across the fields is the Mullion Cove Hotel with views over the cove from the bar.