Where We Are
Surrounded by idyllic countryside and scenery with stunning views across Gerrans Bay, the mild climate and sea air of the fishing village of Portscatho ensures a relaxed and healthy atmosphere. Being at the heart of the Roseland means we are close to St Mawes, National Trust properties, the King Harry Ferry and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. The opportunities for visitors and journeys out are full of endless interest and variety.
The Roseland Peninsula is one of the most picturesque and unspoiled areas within the United Kingdom. It has exotic beaches and traditional Cornish fishing villages such as Portloe and Eshcol House’s very own Portscatho. The climate on the Roseland Peninsula is almost Meditarranean, with very mild winters and warm summers.
The beaches around the Roseland Peninsula and the rest of Cornwall are some of the cleanest in the country and even during the summer months remain relatively uncrowded. Being surrounded by the sea on three sides, the Roseland Peninsula is a honeypot for marine and water sports enthusiasts, attracting countless sailors throughout the year and acting as a springboard for trans-Atlantic crossings. Falmouth, a global maritime centre, is just a short trip away on the pedestrian ferries from St Mawes or a short drive using the King Harry Ferry.