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Cornwall is a magical place to come and stay, every season feels different, making it an all year round holiday destination to visit. Regardless of the season, you’ll receive a warm welcome from our team offering advice on things to do, essentials to see and the very best places to eat and drink.
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Why visit West Cornwall?
Our team might be small but our local knowledge is extensive. We all have diverse tastes, interests and ideas; from watersports to food, art to go karting and everything in between.. Tap into our recommendations and you’ll be amazed at the hidden places we have down here. Here is a start point...
St Ives and Carbis Bay are two great reasons in themselves. Golden sands, culturally fascinating and always beautiful, this area is one we’d recommend at the very least a day trip to. Home to Tate, St Ives, a host of restaurants and an award winning surf school you’ll find this is also an excellent base for your holiday.
St Ives is around 9 miles from the South coast and the village of Marazion, home of the magnificent St Michaels Mount, a small tidal island with an enchanting castle towering over Mounts Bay. It has to be one of our top ten places to visit.
Penzance and Newlyn are two towns closely linked, both steeped in history. Jubilee Pool is one of the finest lidos in the country and if you are seeking fresh fish, Newlyn is unbeatable.
Travel a little further along the coast you will stumble across the very quaint coastal fishing village of Mousehole. Famous for Stargazy pie, legend has it that a brave fisherman called Tom Bawcock sailed into rough seas to find fish when the village faced starvation. He returned with seven types of fish, which were made into a pie and shared out amongst villagers. On the 23rd December every year the heroic events are celebrated, December is a wonderful time to visit Mousehole, and their Christmas harbour lights are a delight to see.
On the way to Porthcurno you’ll pass Lamorna with its historic harbour in a pretty valley, Penberth an old fishing village that remains relatively untouched.
Porthcurno, home to the Telegraph Museum as this was once the heart of international telecommunications, with the largest telegraph station.
Situated above the beach of Porthcurno, carved into the landscape of granite, rocks you’ll find the Minack Theatre. We highly recommend a visit here.
Move on round and you’ll find Land’s End an iconic attraction that families tend to enjoy. Near to here is Sennen a popular surfing beach with clear blue waters and good facilities.
Nearby St Just is a small bohemian town with a strong mining history. We’d recommend following the B road back to St Ives for several jaw dropping views.