Little Ramwood is a lovely cottage in the tiny village of St Mawgan, a delightful spot in Cornwall. I very much enjoyed the peace and solitude afforded me by the hosts, Julie and Cam, who were welcoming but not intrusive. The cottage was clean, fully appointed with everything I could possibly have needed and in a position that enabled me to visit all the towns and villages I had set my heart on: Tintagel, St Austell, Bodmin, Truro, Egloshayle and Wadebridge are a few that spring to mind. It is an ideal base for exploring Cornwall. I would definitely recommend it.
Lovely little annexe, perfect for two. Delightful bed sit with lovely kitchen and
bathroom. Everything you could possibly need is provided including quite a
comprehensive stock of paperbacks.
beautiful peaceful village within easy reach of A39 which appears to go pretty
much everywhere. The Japanese Garden in the village looked particularly
interesting but unfortunately we ran out of time! It's a must for next time.
Hosts were very helpful and welcoming.
Ramwood is very comfortable and relaxing and located in a wonderful place. We always look forward to coming to St Mawgan with many places to visit within easy reach. Mawgan Porth is a smashing beach with nice places to eat, it's a excellent holiday spot .
Lovely cottage in a great location. Very peaceful setting. Close to all our favourite beaches. Lovely to hear the church bells while sitting in the garden. We had a great week there and we were blessed with fantastic weather. Julie and Cameron are lovely. Would recommend this little Cornish gem.
The cottage is located in a very good and quiet location in Newquay and the neighbourhood is also a good point to start exploring Cornwall as there are nice tearooms/pubs, old churches to see. Our hosts Cameron and Julie have been very welcoming and helpful. There is a beach just a few miles away and the morning chirps just made our days even beautiful and we truly felt that we are away from the beeps/honks. We will definitely come and stay in Little Ramwood on our next Cornwall visit.