Self Catering in and around Land's End

Get away from it all in a cottage in the far west of Cornwall. Walk the majestic coastal paths, explore secret coves or just simply relax.

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Land's End is mainland Britain’s most south-westerly point and one of the country’s most famous landmarks. Away from the visitor centre, there's miles of wonderful rugged coastline and countryside to explore, plus the beautiful Sennen Cove.

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Sennen Cove

By renting a cottage in the far west of Cornwall you have the chance to explore one of the areas finest landscapes. You have the freedom to get up early in the morning and walk down to a secret cove or walk the open moors. Enjoy the sunset over the Atlantic from your garden or wave-watch in the winter months.

This is an ancient landscape full of history with numerous stone circles and burial sites. The industrial heritage of the 1800s is just to the north and you have the Minack Theatre on your doorstep if you fancy some outdoor entertainment.

But Cornwall is all about the coast and with Sennen Cove just north of Land's End you can just spend your days sat on the beach or surfing...

For more details on self-catering in and around Land's End click on the link below.

  • Land's End is the legendary Cornish destination that has inspired people since ancient Greek times when it was referred to as 'Belerion' – Place of the Sun. It's one of Britain's best loved landmarks, famous for its unique location and beautiful scenery and the finishing/starting point of many trips from/to John O Groats.

  • Spoilt for choice!

    St Ives alone has five wonderful beaches, with both Porthminster and Porthmeor being awarded Blue Flags in 2022. Across the bay you will find three miles of golden sand stretching north from the Hayle Estuary. Then there's Porthtowan and Portreath just up the coast...

    Sennen Cove right down near Land's End is another popular stretch both with surfers and families, whilst Mount's Bay provides endless walking and is often home to kite surfers.

    There's also countless small secret coves, ideal for hiding away in, we would tell you where they are, but they wouldn't be secret then!

  • Though Sennen Cove is more popular as a surfing destination, there can be excellent swimming on days with gentler winds and a smaller swell. Ensure you always swim between the red and yellow flags.

  • There is a seasonal dog ban in place on the beach at Sennen Cove from the 15th of May to the 30th of September, between 10am and 6pm. Dogs are welcome at all other times.

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