Visit Mullion and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Mullion, Cornwall. The church in this village has one of the finest sets of bench-ends in the West Country; c. 1535, carved in oak, their images very varied. The tower (c. 1500) is partly of serpentine, the basic multi-coloured stone of the Lizard peninsula.
Mullion Cove, 1 mile South West, is splendidly cliff-walled, and has a cave that may have been used by smugglers, accessible when the tide is out.
One mile South West at Poldhu Point, behind a massive Victorian hotel, is a memorial marking the site of the Marconi radio station, where, in 1901, the first-ever transatlantic morse signals were transmitted and received.
Nearby towns: Falmouth, Helston, Penryn, Porthleven
Nearby villages: Breage, Budock Water, Cadgwith, Carleen, Constantine, Coverack, Crowan, Cury, Flushing, Germoe, Grade, Gunwalloe, Gweek, Helford, Landewednack, Leedstown, Lizard, Manaccan, Marazion, Mawgan, Mawnan, Mylor, Perranuthnoe, Porkellis, Ruan Major, Ruan Minor, St. Anthony, St. Erth, St. Hilary, St. Keverne, St. Martin, Wendron
Have you decided to visit Mullion or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Mullion bed and breakfast (a Mullion B&B or Mullion b and b)
- a Mullion guesthouse
- a Mullion hotel (or motel)
- a Mullion self-catering establishment, or
- other Mullion accommodation