We are a friendly, family run B&B in the south west of Cornwall.
Our guest house can accommodate a maximum of six guests in very comfortable surroundings.
All three bedrooms are situated on the ground floor to the rear of the house overlooking our little garden and are very quiet.
You will have your own entrance to the side of the house which makes the access to the bedrooms and living area easier and more convenient.
Since the name Mandeley was already established, we took inspiration from the well-known writer Daphne du Maurier and named the three bedrooms after three of her famous books: Frenchman’s Creek, Rebecca & Jamaica Inn. The Author loved Cornwall and lived in Fowey.
Each room provides the relevant book for you to enjoy and read during your stay.
Stay with us
Frenchmans' Creek Room: Twin or superking bed with pocket-sprung mattress. 32” wall mounted flat screen TV with Freeview. Spacious en-suite with walk in shower. Jamaica Inn Room: Kingsize 5’ pine bed with orthopaedic memory foam mattress. 32” wall mounted flat screen TV with Freeview. En-suite with corner shower. Rebecca Room: Double 4’6” pine bed with orthopaedic memory foam mattress. 26” wall mounted flat screen TV. Compact en-suite shower.
- Sleeps 2
- Beach Nearby
- Breakfast included
- Ground Floor Bedrooms
You will find that we are ideally situated at the edge of Helston on the B3297 which links to the A394 and are within half an hour drive from most attractions and locations Cornwall is famous for.
Helston itself has a wealth of history and with the town centre just a short walk away it is definitely worth exploring. There is a Heritage Trail to discover and why not take a browse through the museum. The admission is free.
You will also find a number of traditional pubs and inns with interesting interiors and good food.
Cars and motorbikes will be safely tucked away in our off-road car park and we can also provide a secure place for bicycles.
Our Bed & Breakfast is open all year round except for Christmas and New Year.
Beautiful beaches nearby include: Mullion Cove, Gunwalloe Church Cove, Porthleven, Praa Sands, Poldhu Cove, Kennack Sands and Kenneggy Sands.
“Came for 2 nights with family for a trip to Cornwall. Both hosts, Brigitt and Paul, were incredible and very welcoming. Beds and room were comfortable as well as tea, coffee and hot chocolate in the room. Rooms were clean and tidy every morning! Breakfast is delicious with pastries, full English and fresh fruit. Thank you!”Sasha, Trip Advisor
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