Back for 2019 now in its second year, this new route starts from the old world fishing village of St Mawes and sails up to 4 times a day to the National Trust Trelissick garden.
Visit Trelissick, a tranquil riverside garden and house boasting acres of woodland and a superb collection of exotic plants.
Visit St Mawes, a beautiful village on the Roseland Peninsula.
You can buy tickets in advance online and save 10% on what you would pay on the day.
All sailings subject to tide, weather and circumstances.
St Mawes - Trelissick
The ferry route passes the impressive St Mawes Castle, deep-sided wooded valleys and hidden creeks along the Fal River. There is also a hive of marine activity to look out for, including racing Falmouth working boats, dinghy sailors and big ships.
A welcoming country house and garden, Trelissick offers 300 acres of woodland and open parkland to explore. This sub-tropical garden is set on its own peninsula with panoramic views over the river. With miles of meandering paths, Trelissick is great for families and four-legged friends (the Woodland Walk only). Be sure to check out the gallery, cafe and gift shop.
One of Cornwall's hidden gems, St Mawes has recently been voted one of the UK's 'hippest' places, and it's easy to see why. This picturesque harbour village combines old-world charm and contemporary style with quaint cottages and characterful pubs sitting alongside some of the areas most luxury hotels and sough-after restaurants. Be sure to check out St Mawes Castle, the beaches and the kayaking on offer.
A magical route connecting St Mawes and Trelissick. Passing impressive castles, deep sided wooded valleys and beautiful waterside villages
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