Waterside Gallery
21 Marine Parade
St Mawes

Waterside Gallery

Opening Times

Summer opening times

Daily 10 am – 5pm

Winter opening times

Monday, Closed
Tuesday – Saturday, 11-4 pm
Sundays, Closed

Private viewings are available upon request.
Please call Amanda on 07966 273 416 or email

Contact Amanda Selby

Telephone:  07966 273 416

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If you would like to commission one of our artists you can organise this through the Waterside Gallery.

Please email or call her on 07966 273 416.

By Car

Waterside Gallery is situated in the heart of the Cornish fishing village of St Mawes.

We recommend parking in the main St Mawes car park. Follow the main road A3078 into the village and turn immediately right after the Rising Sun pub. The gallery is a 5 minute walk along the sea front.

Ferries & River Trips

The St Mawes Ferry provides a regular pedestrian ferry link from St Mawes to Falmouth year round.

The King Harry Ferry is a chain ferry connecting St Mawes and the Roseland with Truro and Falmouth.

Enterprise Boats run scenic boat trips from Falmouth to Trelissick Gardens from May to September.

Place Ferry is a small seasonal passenger ferry which offers a regular service throughout the day between St Mawes and Place from Good Friday to 3rd October. It allows visitors to explore the beautiful St Anthony Head and enjoy circular walks in the area.

The Fal River Links website has information and timetables for travelling by ferry, bus and rail. There is also a list of itineraries which incorporate some of Cornwall’s most prominent visitor attractions such as the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Trelissick Gardens, and St. Mawes Castle. It also gives you a list of activities, with which you can plan your own day out, including walks, fishing trips, cruises and so on.

Coastal Path Walks

St Mawes to St Just in Roseland 15th Century church, a circular walk.

View Walk

Places to Visit in St Mawes

St Mawes Castle
Explore St Mawes Castle one of the best preserved of Henry VIII’s coastal artillery fortresses and most elaborately decorated.

St Just in Roseland Church
Described by John Betjeman as ‘to many people the most beautiful churchyard on earth’, St Just in Roseland is one of Cornwall’s most visited churches. The 13th century church is set amongst beautiful gardens beside a peaceful tidal creek.

Lamorran Gardens
Open April – September: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 10am – 4pm

Take the St Mawes ferry to Falmouth
This magical route connects the world fishing harbour of St Mawes with the bustling maritime port of Falmouth. The ferry runs up to 3 times in the hour. Journey time is 20 minutes. Dog and Bike friendly ferry.

National Maritime Museum, Falmouth
An award winning museum celebrating the sea and its 20th birthday in 2023!

Places to Eat

Hotel Tresanton, Tel: 01326 270055
Idle Rocks Hotel,  Tel:  01326 270270 or book online.
St Mawes Hotel, Tel: 01326 270 270 or book online.
The Watch House,  Tel: 01326 270038 or book online.
Rising Sun St Mawes,  Tel: 01326 270233 or book online.
The Victory Inn,  Tel: 01326 270324 or book online.

The garden and view of St Anthony’s lighthouse and the Carricks headlands from the holiday house, Stargazers

Our sister company St Mawes Retreats has a portfolio of luxury self catering holiday houses located in the village of St Mawes sleeping from 2 to 14 guests.

All our guests are offered a concierge service including a private chef, in house spa treatments, childminding services, restaurant reservations, water sports equipment hire, advice on places to visit and things to do in St Mawes and on the Roseland Peninsula.

For further information
To discuss your specific holiday requirements please call Amanda on 0800 088 66 22

If you would like to commission one of our artists you can organise this through the Waterside Gallery.

Please email or call her on 07966 273 416.