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The Old Quay Inn remains a real pub, where you're just as welcome to enjoy a decent pint of ale at the bar as a exquisite three course meal. In the winter we have a roaring fire too.

We've brought together all the information you need to enjoy your time in Falmouth, Truro and the Roseland.

Guest from Wismar stayed for 7 nights.

Our village hall is available to hire. Over 100 years since it was first constructed, the newly refurbished hall provides a bright and airy space for community events, clubs and societies.

For the walkers, cyclists and horse riders, the pub is just 50 yards from the Portreath to Devoran Mineral Tramway coast-to-coast path which links these two historic communities.

The church of St John and St Petroc (architect John Loughborough Pearson) was built in 1855–56 and consists of a nave and chancel only.[5] It was renovated in 1879.[6] Thomas Lobb, Victorian botanist and plant hunter is buried in Devoran churchyard. The parish war memorial by H J Martin lists seventeen names "in grateful memory of the men of the parish of Devoran who fell in the Great War 1914–1919". A further section of eight names was added of Second World War casualties. [7]

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Nearest Car parks and Nearest Car Parks with disabled provision

The beauty of this walk includes the fact that it starts off quite noisy as the bus stop is close to the main A39. This will recede rapidly to complete quiet as you walk along the estuary through Devoran and towards Point.

A beautifully refurbished barn conversion packed with traditional features including exposed stone walls and beams and a glorious wood burner. Roseland Cottage is set next to livery stables in a picturesque, quiet, location.

We can be found at the far end of St John's Terrace in Devoran approximately mid-way between Truro and Falmouth not far off the A39, at the Devoran roundabout follow the brown pub signs. View our map location here.

1 x 5' double en suite, 1 x 4'6 double, 2 x twin

Open from 11 am everyday, families and man's best friend always welcome.

A beautifully converted barn on a courtyard of buildings in the grounds of Cosawes Barton in rolling countryside about 15 minutes' drive north of Falmouth. Awarded Bronze in the 2014/15 Cornwall Tourism Awards!

Locals and visitors with small craft can take advantage of the tide to visit the Old Quay Inn by boat - mooring up at Devoran Quay.

Exclusively for students and staff at Falmouth Uni

We had a fantastic time staying at the Bouthouse. Kayaking, swimming, crabbing and fishing all from comfort of the house. As this is the vendors home, it is well equipped and furnished to a high standard. Totally recommend it and would like to return.

Guest from Bolton stayed for 7 nights.

Get discounted entry to the top attractions with the Fal River Attraction Pass!

Helford Passage - Village Easter - Oct

From the original stone farm building, The Threshing Barn has been carefully restored to become an imaginatively thought out holiday home. Located amongst the rolling pastures of a beautiful valley, this wonderful property is within easy reach of not only Falmouth, and the spectacular Carrick Roads, but also the striking Lizard Peninsula and the sandy beaches and surf of the north coast. Just 7 miles away from the golden sand and crashing surf at Porthtowan!

Located amongst the rolling pastures of a beautiful valley & within easy reach of not only Falmouth, and the Carrick Roads, but also the striking Lizard Peninsula as well as the beaches of the north coast. The Threshing Barn & Church Close Cottage have been carefully restored to become imaginatively thought out holiday homes in the peaceful hamlet of Cusgarne.

The village hall has recently gone through a restoration project, you can read about its history and see how the restoration project has happened.

Falmouth - St Mawes All year

A beautifully converted mill on a courtyard of buildings in the grounds of Cosawes Barton in rolling countryside about 15 minutes drive north of Falmouth. Awarded Bronze in the 2014/15 Cornwall Tourism Awards!

Truro - Falmouth Mar - Oct

Holiday Home in Devoran near Falmouth

St Mawes - Place Mar - Oct

Ponsharden - Falmouth May - Sept

Guest from Aylesbury stayed for 14 nights.

Devoran

Devoran (Cornish: Deveryon)[1] is a village in south Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is 4 miles (6.4 km) southwest of Truro at grid reference SW 793 392.[2] Formerly an ecclesiastical parish, Devoran is now in the civil parish of Feock.

Devoran Acoustic session are going from strength to strength. We are very lucky to have such a great facilities to welcome top musical talent from around the country.

Days out starting from St Mawes

Today, Devoran is a peaceful place that sits at the natural tidal limit of Restronguet Creek, a tidal limit that used to be much higher up the river. Most of Devoran's inhabitants work in Truro and the long-disused railway forms part of the coast-to-coast footpath and cycle route.

This long established pub, situated at the head of Restronguet Creek in Devoran, adjacent to the coast-to-coast cycle and walking trail, is enjoying a renaissance under new owners Hannah and John Calland - much to the delight of locals and visitors alike. Hannah and John were previously managers at the Pandora Inn.

Begin in Devoran and enjoy a series of short walks around the village followed by a stop at the brilliant Old Quay Inn.

Whether you’re coming for a short-break, week away or family holiday you're spoilt for choice.

Back at the entrance to the quay, follow the road to the right visiting the Old Quay Inn and you come to a curve in the road where the full beauty of Tallacks Creek can be enjoyed. Take the left hand footpath (signed) at the curve in the road or one can continue along the road to Point if you wish. There are two signed paths that take you up the valley. Take the left hand signposted path. This takes you uphill to the left of the small valley that feeds Tallacks Creek.

Whether you're starting from Falmouth, St Mawes or Truro we've pulled together our favourite days out and day trips for you to enjoy.