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The Rosevine Located on the Roseland Peninsula, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the South Coast, and close to St Mawes and Truro, The Rosevine is a relaxed and friendly seaside bolthole open all year round. Set within a Georgian family house just a stone's throw from the nearest sandy beach and the South West Coast Path. We are a boutique apart-hotel welcoming families, friends and couples to escape and enjoy a holiday in Cornwall.

Our accommodation includes 15 apartments, studios and a 4 bedroom self-catering house, each with the space, elegance and peace to completely relax and make the most of your time by the Cornish sea. Upon arrival you'll be greeted by extensive manicured lawns framed with awe-inspiring views and once inside, an indoor heated pool, a variety of lounges and a friendly and welcoming team to ensure your stay at The Rosevine is like coming home.

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read more › Unlike regular hotel rooms, each of The Rosevine's apartments are designed to provide guests with the space and flexibility to holiday in absolute comfort, whether traveling alone, with friends or with family. As well as your own self-contained apartment, there are also a number of spaces within the house to share, including a grown-ups drawing room with comfy sofas and a wood burning stove, perfect to relax with a glass of red and a book, a kid's play room just next door and an indoor swimming pool.

read more › Along with its beach side location and family friendly features, The Rosevine can be counted as one of the best coastal restaurants in Cornwall. The Restaurant has a relaxed atmosphere - meet up with family and friends for a long lunch or supper. In summer, enjoy drink on the lawn looking out to sea with an al fresco lobster supper, and in winter a traditional Sunday lunch or afternoon tea served in the lounge by the wood burning stove. Our private dining room was recently voted in the 'Top 5 best private dining rooms' by The financial Times and can be exclusively booked for special occasions, family get togethers or weddings.

read more › Welcome to The Rosevine, a gorgeous 'Big House by the Sea' with sweeping views across Gerrans Bay to the tiny fishing village of Portscatho, and just a short stroll from a secluded sandy beach. Relaxed and stylish The Rosevine offers the perfect spot for intimate and indulgent weddings overlooking the ocean. The Rosevine combines 15 individual apartments, cosy lounges, a much celebrated restaurant and an indoor pool. We are the home away from home you and your love have been looking for. Every wedding becomes a special part of The Rosevine's year, the team will expertly host your two day celebration from warm welcome to the final farewells.

read more › The most wonderful time of the year is fast approaching, and this year it's going to be BIGGER AND BETTER than ever at The Rosevine. With incredible food and a family-orientated itinerary, this will certainly be a festive season you will never forget. By opting in, you agree to receive our latest offers and marketing. To unsubscribe, use the link in the footer. Information will be treated with respect by both The Grange Hotel & Spa and Providence Hospitality.

read more › The Rosevine is a wonderfully convenient base for family holidays and short breaks in Cornwall, within easy distance of Portscatho, St Mawes and Truro. For holiday activities, walks and beaches, head to the Roseland Peninsula, one of the prettiest and most exclusive parts of Cornwall. We are in the very heart of it, and the house has a fabulous sea view, looking directly over Gerrans Bay towards Portscatho. The safe sandy beach is just a two-minute stroll down the lane. The National Trust owns Porthcurnick beach, and its calm waters are perfect for water sports, swimming and rock pooling.

read more › Scorching temperatures, turquoise waters and soft sandy beaches, all elements you can expect from a Summer spent in Cornwall. There really is no place like it, no need to go far to enjoy endless Summer days spent in the sea and on the sand. Most days you will want to spend on the beach, dosing up on essential vitamin D, sea air and ice cream! There are so many jaw dropping spots to spend lazy days on the beach, The Roseland have ample and there is no need to go far before you stumble onto sand!

read more › It's not unusual to experience an Indian Summer in Cornwall, the sea has had all summer to warm up and the season usually extends way past the August Bank Holiday weekend. Many of the activities both out on the water and on land are still very much possible, and there are still many events taking place across the county. Once the autumn does set in, the county takes on a golden glow, the beaches are empty and the trees, beaches and water are beautifully vibrant. Staying in Cornwall gives you access to one of our great assets, the South West Coast Path.

read more › Cornwall is one of the mildest parts of the British Isles. While the rest of the country starts Summer in July, here in Cornwall the sun shines high from April onwards. There is so much to do on our doorstep that it is hard to choose some top picks, however a perfect spring day residing on the Roseland would include; waking up with the early morning sunshine, strolling to the beach (Porthcurnick is just a few hundred yards down the lane) for a post breakfast dose of salty sea air accompanied by a hot coffee and perhaps a camera to capture the peaceful and perfect start to the day.

read more › The nearest train stations are Truro and St Austell, both are around a 30 minute drive from us. Just a 45 minute drive to The Rosevine, Newquay airport is our closest airport with regular flights from London Gatwick, Stansted and Dublin, to name but a few. You can hire a car from the car rental facilities located at the airport. From London to Bristol: take the M4 to junction 20 and then join the M5 motorway signposted south west, Bristol (west) airport. From Exeter: leave M5 at junction 31, merge onto A30.

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