Stunning location on Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall
Roseland Parc retirement village is situated in Tregony, on the Roseland Peninsula just a short drive from Truro and the pretty fishing harbour of St Mawes. The village of Tregony houses a post office, shop, sports and social club and two pretty churches.
There is so much to do in this part of Cornwall, whether it is the lovely beaches and quaint villages on the Roseland Peninsula; the cobbled stones and cathedral precincts in Truro or the bustling vibe of Falmouth – it is a wonderful area in which to retire.
Cornwall is gifted with wonderful National Trust properties and gardens – including Trelissick, just across the Fal River on the famous King Harry car ferry – an experience in itself.
Travel links from the village are fantastic with the A20 being close by and mainline rail stations in neighboring St Austell and Truro.
Sat nav reference: TR2 5PD
Follow the A30 into Cornwall, turning off on the A39 for Truro and, on the outskirts of Truro, take the A390 for St Austell and St Mawes. Tregony is on the A3078, which is signposted to St Mawes from the A390, about 5 miles from Truro (or 12 miles from St Austell, coming from the opposite direction). At the bridge over the River Fal in Tregony, turn up the main street and Roseland Parc is half a mile on your right, behind the trees in the centre of the village.
There are main line stations at St Austell and Truro.
There are frequent scheduled flights to Newquay direct from London Gatwick, Stansted, Leeds/Bradford, Dublin and Bristol and connecting flights from Manchester.