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Stayed here for 3 nights between Xmas and New Year 2017) and couldn't have been happier.
Arrived slightly earlier than had expected but was shown to our room and allowed in. The room was really nicely decorated with bedding to match - all very cozy....More
We have been here before on two occasions and have always been really pleased. The rooms are very comfortable with tea making equipment and television and lovely bedding, the view overlooking the bay is beautiful and just to sit and watch the world go by...More
Right on the harbour side with lovely sea views. Quiet, comfy bed, friendly staff and great breakfast. Only downside was the very small bathroom. Mevagissey was quiet when we stayed but room might be noisier at peak times as its above a bar/restaurant. .
My wife and I stayed at The Wheelhouse from 9/23/17 - 9/26/17. What a lovely setting! We were able to watch the fishing fleet's comings and goings from our room facing the harbor. The room was quite comfortable, though small. This lodging is above the...More
We go every year, so that in itself makes a statement. It's a bit quirky, which can be viewed as a quality or a liability. Staircases and corridors to our room ascend, descend, ascend, descend... A minor problem with hot water, and the light over...More
I've come back from a stay at The Wheelhouse and unfortunately as it right on the quayside there is no parking. We parked on at the harbour car park which was 3 mins walk away and cost about £5 for 24 hours, but you... More
I've come back from a stay at The Wheelhouse and unfortunately as it right on the quayside there is no parking. We parked on at the harbour car park which was 3 mins walk away and cost about £5 for 24 hours, but you have to go through some very narrow cobbled streets to get there.
If you nervous about narrow streets and you don't have much to carry, then there are public car parks as you approach the village. One car park says "narrow streets ahead", and there is also a private car park just after that, both are less than 3 minutes' walk from The Wheelhouse.
This may not be relevant but there was public metered disabled parking just in front of the B&B.
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"Check out which room you are booking, the en suite in room 1 is tight"