The Commercial


Welcome to The Commercial

Well known locally for great food and hospitality, it's an ideal base for exploring coastal paths, beaches and ancient sites of the Land's End area. Ideal for couples and families who enjoy walking and the history of Cornwall.


    • Bar/Licensed
    • Entertainment
    • Parking
    • WiFi
    • Beach Nearby
    • Rural & Countryside

    The Commercial is in the centre of St Just, a short walk away from the wonderful Cape Cornwall. It is an ideal base for exploring the fantastic coastal paths and hidden coves of the Land's End area. It's also very close to the air and sea links to the Isles of Scilly so a daytrip to the islands is a great addition to your holiday. The local tin mining past is evident all along this coast and Geevor and its surrounding has been newly designated as a World Heritage Site.

    The Commercial offers an extensive menu with weekly specials that take advantage of the great local produce available locally. The Sunday roasts are famous and the owners also specialise in fresh fish and shellfish dishes. The conservatory dining rooms leads on to the beautiful, secluded patio and garden. The garden enjoy's sunshine all day long and is in an ideal place to bring families.

    In summary, The Commercial is an ideal base for keen ramblers and those wanting to explore the history and sensational surroundings of West Cornwall. Breakfast included in price. Single, double, twin and family rooms available.

    The Commercial Inn boasts easy access if you wish to visit the Isles of Scilly, as we are less than two miles away from Land’s End Airport, and close to Penzance for taking the boat trip. Other attractions close at hand include Land’s End and Cape Cornwall. For surfing and sea based activities, we are in close proximity to Sennen Cove, and you can also immerse yourself in local culture by visiting the nearby ancient Celtic sites, local art galleries, and the awe inspiring Minack Theatre at Porthcurno.

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