Braganza is a fun and elegant example of Regency's splendour and Old World Charm. Situated on the hillside above St. Mawes, it sits in a spacious and private garden. This graded building was built around 1800 and overlooks the harbour with spectacular views to the bay and its surrounding hills.
What makes a stay at Braganza unique?
The building's name goes by the acquisition of the ship's captain, who once took the Braganza Royal Family across the Atlantic to Brazil. It's rumoured that Lord Byron once lived in the house and his surroundings, and that he wrote a poem 'Stanza for Braganza' – one of the gardens 'walks is by the name of Byron.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Truro area?
Braganza is a secluded and private place but just a short walk from the centre of this lovely fishing village with its lovely pubs and many restaurants. It is a quiet, private location. It is the ideal place to explore the nearby tourist attractions of Cornish countryside, gardens and historical homes, sail, stroll or just discover Cornwall by boat or car and has adequate private parking available at Braganza.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Although the house is in a secluded area it is within a few minutes walk of the village with its many restaurants.