Location of Vose Farm Holiday Cottages and Touring Pitches Cornwall
Location Maps of Cornwall
The selection of maps below show the layout and location of Vose Farm Holiday Cottages, the first map simply showing the layout of the cottages and the touring park area on the property. The next map shows the location of Vose Farm within Cornwall, and the next few maps show a few places close by to Vose Farm of interest in the local area.
Despite the date shown on the map. The Google map dates from pre 2006, before any work had in fact been started on the cottages or the landscaping!
Simply click a tab below to see the respective map.
Green Building Icon - Vose Farm Cottages (Beech, Ash, Ash, Hawthorn, Hazel and Willow)
Grenn Caravan Icons - Touring Pitches
Red Paths - Routes to cottage parking spaces
Blue Area - Wildlife Pond
Green Area - Dog Excercise Area
Dark Green Area - Sheep
Yellow Line - Vose Farm Cottages land boundary
Vose Farm within Cornwall
"Great spot for exploring this lovely part of Cornwall"
The map below shows the location of Vose Farm Cottages [marker] located between St Austell and Truro and close to the harbour town of Mevagissey.
On the map you will see various marker icons showing the locations of St Austell, Truro as well as markers for Newquay Airport represented by the "Aeroplane" icon and places of interest such as the Eden Project or Lost Gardens of Heligan represented by "i" icon. Tip: You can click a marker icon for more information on it.
Map of local area
PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU ZOOM IN TO VOSE FARM, GOOGLE MAPS ARE OUT DATED AND DO NOT SHOW THE COTTAGES, THE WILDLIFE POND AND NEW FOREST PLANTING.
Red Icon - Vose Farm Cottages
Blue Icon - Newquay Airport
Green Icon - Attractions / Places of Interest
Newquay Airport (Cornwall's main airport) is roughly 20 miles away which is approximately a half hour drive.
Caerhays Castle or Carhayes Castle (translation of caerhays into English: "enclosed castle") is a semi-castellated manor house located 0.5 mi (0.80 km) south of St Michael Caerhays, a village in Cornwall, England, UK.
It is situated overlooking Porthluney Cove on the English Channel. The garden hosts the largest collection of magnolias in England and contains one of four National Magnolia Collections under the auspices of the National Council for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens.
Mevagissey (Cornish: Lannvorek) is a village, fishing port and civil parish in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village is situated approximately five miles (8 km) south of St Austell.
The village nestles in a small valley and faces east to Mevagissey Bay. The inner and outer harbours are busy with a mixture of pleasure vessels and working fishing boats, the remains of a once major industry. However, tourism has supplanted fishing as the dominant industry in recent years.
Mevagissey village centre consists of narrow streets with many places to eat and shops aimed at the tourist trade. The outer areas are built on the steep slopes of the surrounding hillsides and are mostly residential.
Charlestown (Cornish: Porth Meur, meaning great cove) is a village and port on the south coast of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, in the parish of St Austell Bay. It is situated approximately 2 miles (3 km) south east of St Austell town centre.
The port at Charlestown developed from what was in the late 18th century the fishing village of West Polmear. Whereas other areas within the conurbation of St Austell have seen much development during the 20th century, Charlestown has remained relatively unchanged within this expansion.
There are deposits of china clay in the area. Particles of mica quartz in the sea near Charlestown give it a turquoise-blue colour.