Marhamchurch Cornwall Map
Marhamchurch map, view the village of Marhamchurch Cornwall and learn a little of the village's history.
Detailed Street Map of Marhamchurch
Marhamchurch Cornwall Map: Interactive map of Marhamchurch Cornwall, handy for your visit to the village located to the south of Bude.
Use controls to get a detailed street map of Marhamchurch, or pan around to see the surrounding Cornwall villages.
Also on this Marhamchurch Cornwall map are Widemouth Bay, Bude, Kings Hill, Lynstone, Lower Upton, Stratton, Stamford Hill and Diddies.
Marhamchurch is a small picturesque village in North Cornwall, England, situated about 2 miles from the town of Bude, it has a number of charming thatched cottages and the 14th century Church of Saint Marwenna.
The village developed around a hermitage founded by the Celtic St Marwenne in the 5th century, Saint Marwenne was the daughter of the Welsh King Brychan. The village is renowned for its 'Marhamchurch Revel', a festival which is held every year in August.
Marhamchurch can be accessed from the the A39 south of Bude and Stratton. There are a number of holiday cottages to rent in the area.