Our Five Favourite Roseland Beaches

Oh how lucky are we, that we have so many beaches to choose from- all within twenty minutes of Roundhouse Barns. They are all a little bit different so here goes… Porthcurnick Beach Beautiful sandy beach, perfect for paddling, swimming, plenty of rock pools at the edge to investigate or you can just lie on the beach and people watch. …

Summer is Coming… but it’s not all about the beaches!

Summer in Cornwall isn’t all about lazing on beaches, clifftop walks and exploring gardens – although they are all pretty tempting! Here are some of our tips for the best pace to visit to broaden your mind and have some fun while you are here… Discover a World Underground Mining is an important part of Cornish Heritage, recently popularised in …

Spring has arrived in Cornwall!

Finally, the evenings are gradually getting lighter again, which can only mean one thing…spring is just around the corner. And what’s more, with Easter at the end of March this year, we’ve got plenty of space in March and April for the perfect spring break on the Roseland Peninsula. Let’s be honest, Cornwall is a great place to be all …

February Gardens in Cornwall

Cornwall’s gardens are bursting into life with spring flowers and shrubs. Look out for swathes of golden daffodils, snowdrops, glossy leaved camellias, the first of the rhododendrons and azaleas and the glory that is a magnolia tree coming into flower. Here are our favourite gardens to visit in February. Glendurgan Garden, Nr Falmouth 21st & 28th Feb Enjoy the tranquility …

Five reasons why you should stay in Cornwall this Autumn

There is a magic in Cornwall in autumn as everything is relaxing and changing all at once; the colours, the sea, the landscape and the trees gently losing their leaves. It is a time of change and letting go….what better time to come to relax and unwind? Here are our top five reasons for enjoying autumn in Cornwall… 1. Summer …

Autumn in Cornwall

The countryside is mellowing slowly into it’s autumn colours and Cornwall is easing itself out of the summer rush into a more sedate pace. September is always a glorious month and if we are lucky the weather holds good throughout October as well. There is still plenty to do, it’s just a bit more pleasurable without the crowds. Gardens Autumn …

Glorious Sunshine in April

Well, what amazing weather we’ve been having for April – no sign of those pesky April showers! The Roseland has well and truly woken up to spring – there are lambs in the fields, camellias flowering along with primroses and violets – even the bluebells are coming through now. All our favourite pop up eateries are back out for the …

Happy New Year Newsletter 2017

For many years we’ve posted out an annual newsletter to our guests, where we look back on the year gone by and look forward to the year ahead. This year, we’ve gone digital! So if you’d like to find out what we’ve been up to and what’s in store for 2017 read on…

VisitEngland ROSE Award for Roundhouse Barn Holidays

We’re delighted to announce we’ve received a ROSE Award from VisitEngland! ROSE stands for Recognition of Service Excellence and the awards are designed to showcase those establishments that provide the warmest of welcomes; places where the owners really know how to delight their customers, irrespective of their star rating, style or type of accommodation. We’ve been running our B&B and …

November, relax and unwind on the Roseland

We are lucky to have several regular guests who stay with us every November – why you might ask? Good weather can’t be guaranteed and some of the attractions and gardens do close for the winter. Well we can let you into their secret! It’s just lovely to take a few days or a week to get away from home …