Facilities and features


Public toilets are located by the gate from the churchyard to the harbour.
Accessible toilets are available to customers of the cafe and bar.

Heading towards Mylor Harbour, go past Mylor Parish Cemetery (on the right). Entrance to car park is on the right, opposite low, white-washed cottage with lots of hydrangeas.
Entrance to the car park is quite ’tight’ and, from the road, looks as though you're turning into someone’s driveway - don’t be put off, keep going round to the right to get into the car park.
If the gravelled area is full, there is an overflow area between the trees beyond the bank on the left. The Car park and access is a little uneven; access from the road through the Lych gate to the church is steep and steps are uneven (and this can be tricky if you’re not used to them).
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There is a 'phone box by the gate from the churchyard to the harbour.

Continue past the church car park and War Memorial down steep hill to the harbour. The car park is on the right, do not use the first one you see (on left). The car park is Pay-and-Display and has a few designated Disabled Parking bays immediately on the right behind the Yacht Club. If it is sunny or during the summer holidays, this car park is likely to become busy… but can still be a useful turning area for step-free access to the church (see Ramped Entrance below).

Use the Harbour Gate (by the phone box, on the quay), and follow the main path (keep right where the path divides) towards the church. Enter the church through the vestry - the door will be open.

Hearing (induction) Loop

Large print service books are available for most services, and the range is currently being extended (April 2022). Large Print hymn books are also available.

Assistance dogs are always welcome.

Gluten-free refreshments

Our Building

Stained Glass
Open for individual prayer
Listed Building

Music and Worship


Groups, Courses and Activities

The local CAP Debt Centre is in Penryn, and is supported by churches throughout the area.

Help for Visitors

Guidebooks to the church are available, as are copies of "The Falmouth Way" detailing walks from each of the churches in the Deanery.
Self-guided tours of the churchyard are also available - details at entry points the churchyard and in church.

Cafes and a bar, all with views of the harbour, are nearby.

The church is open every day from 8.00 am until 5.00 pm.

Other Features

St Mylor is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).