Walking, surfing, climbing, sailing, cycling, Arts & Crafts...
... festivals, theatre and to end the perfect day a beach BBQ at sunset.
Idyllic beaches, hidden coves, secret wooded valleys and high moors.
Discover a quieter, laid back, more unique part of Cornwall.
‘Lovely house, Sennen is a truly beautiful location and what a fabulous welcome.’ Mr & Mrs L, Hertfordshire
Galleries: We don’t bother with the madding crowds and prices of St Ives preferring the little gems found in St Just and Marazion.
Motoring: The B3306 from St Just to St Ives is simply stunning, the scenery and views are amazing and good little cream tea stops and cosy pubs along the way.
Eating: From pasties (make mine a Philps) to meaderies to fine dining, West Cornwall is a veritable feast of culinary delight. Our fave, The Bakehouse in Chapel Street, Penzance, you must visit.
Ice Cream: Our kids love Sally’s ice cream in front of the house, but a little further a field is ‘Nauti But Ice’ in Porthleven who’s selection of flavors is unsurpassed.
Walking: Cliff walks abound, we love it around Porthgwarra which is just around the coast from Sennen. Its walkable from the house in an hour or so and a sweet little cafe awaits you when you arrive.
Festivals: Fun days and festivals abound in this part of Cornwall, but a few not to be missed are Golowan in Penzance late June, Lafrowda in St Just mid July the mid winter festival Montol in Penzance on the 21st December, Lifeboat Day at Sennen on August Bank Holiday and finally Lifeboat Day at Porthleven in early August. A great little resource: www.westcornwallevents.co.uk
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