Celtic Cross - St Just in Roseland
This celtic cross is located in the gardens / church yard of St Just in the Roseland church. The 13th century church overlooks this tidal creek beside the Carrick Roads and is well worth a visit for the gardens alone. I'd say this is the most picturesque churchyard to be found anywhere in Cornwall.
Geocaching in Cornwall took me to many beautiful places. This is a stained glass windows at St Just in Roseland Church. For more checkout www.geocachingwithgeokids.co.uk
St Just in Roseland - interior
The present church was dedicated to St Just on 14th August 1261, by Walter, Bishop of Exeter, and The Chancel with its double piscina is of this date. St Just in Roseland church is on the site of a 5th century chapel, and for some 400 years after its foundation, the church was served by Celtic clergy from the adjacent cell of Lanzeague, until Roseland was taken from the Celtic Church by the Saxon Bishops of Cornwall, Crediton and Exeter. Robert Bishop of Exeter, gave St Just Church to…
Idle Rocks Hotel
Former Aston Martin chairman David Richards and his wife, Karen, debuted their punchy makeover of the 100-year-old Idle Rocks hotel last July. Set directly on the harbor of St. Mawes, a small town on the south coast of Cornwall, the hotel’s 20 rooms are decorated with ikat print fabrics and sea g...