The Wheelhouse Guest House is located on the waterfront of picturesque Mevagissey, a working fishing village on the south coast of Cornwall.
Mevagissey is well known for its narrow streets and delightful harbour. There are many delightful pubs and restaurants.
An ideal location for exploring Cornwall. Fowey, Polperro, Looe, Newquay and Truro are within easy driving distance. St Austell is 6 miles away.
The Cornwall Coast Path offers wonderful walks with magnificent views of Mevagissey.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan are close to Mevagissey and the Eden Project is a short drive away.
Mevagissey has an annual Feast Week, held at the end of June to celebrate the Pilchard Harvest. Entertainment includes carnivals, dances, fishing boat and raft races, musical performances and the fantastic firework finale.
The Wheel House Restaurant and Guest House dominates the West Wharf of Mevagissey Harbour. In it’s former days as a Net Loft, John Wesley is reported to have made his first Sermon in Mevagissey here, and it is the pews from the old Wesleyan Chapel in Mevagissey that now furnish the Lower Deck.
In 1967 the Queen Mother visited and although several refurbishments have taken place over the years, the restaurant has remained much the same as it was then.
Car Parking Available Offsite. We can arrange parking for guests at special rates in Willow Car Park which is a 5 minute walk. It is possible to drive onto the harbour to drop and collect bags.
Pets are not allowed
Smoking is not allowed