Places of Interest
Restaurants & Bars
Must be one of our most favourite pub experiences in the area with good bar food, a lovely garden which is a suntrap and very friendly.
Enjoy an excellent bar meal in the 17th century Fisherman's Inn with breath taking views of Sennen Cove, only a 5 mins drive/taxi or 25 minute walk.
01736 871 844
Only a 10 minute walk from our accommodation, the restaurant boasts beautiful views of Longships and Isles of Scilly on a good night.
The award winning Sennen Surfing centre is one of the longest running surf schools in the UK. Situated right on the golden sands of Sennen beach there is no better place to learn to surf.
Based in beautiful Mount’s Bay in west Cornwall, we are the area’s longest established Stand Up Paddleboard and Kitesurf school. High-quality professional coaching with qualified instructors, equipment rental and sales, we cater for newcomers and those looking to develop their skills with a sense of adventure.
A challenging 18 hole, cliff top golf course with stunning views.
Land’s End, the most westerly point of mainland England, is renowned for its towering cliffs and entrancing sea views.
There are 181 climbs here, including Longships Wall (E3) and the Land’s End Long Climb, a VDiff route featuring several interesting pitches for beginners.
Land’s End’s best climbs are in the E3 grades and above, therefore it’s most suited to intermediate and expert climbers.
Handy tip: Land’s End is tidal in most areas, so watch out for large swells.
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Many people from all over the world drive, walk or cycle to Lands End and view the Longships Lighthouse. The Isles of Scilly can be seen on a clear day. This can all be seen from a distance, at the end of our road.
A stones throw away from our accommodation, beautiful beach and part of the South West Coastal Walk leading to Porthcurno.
Fat Hen cookery school.Fat hen is a celebration of wild food and cooking and a coming together of people to enjoy the outdoors, to create fabulous food from natures humble ingredients and to eat together in great company.
Visit the quaint narrow streets and harbour, full of individual unique small shops.
An eye opening piece of Cornish history. There is a tunnel, which was man made and goes out under the sea bed for 1.6 miles!
A surfer's paradise, a safe haven for fisherman and has a beach second to none.
Have you ever wondered how the UK started communicating with the rest of the world? How our mobile phone connections work?
Our favourite place, take a boat trip across to visit at high water or walk the causeway at low tide. A must see.
There is no other theatre like it! Its unique and dramatic with stunning views of the Atlantic, you cannot visit Cornwall and miss this very rare jewel. Just 3 miles from the accommodation.
Nestling just 28 miles off the coast of Cornwall, these islands are like nowhere else in England. Outstandingly beautiful, uncrowded and unspoilt, they seem like a world apart from everyday life.
Fly to the Isles of Scilly and view the dramatic coastline. Or Experience a fantastic 20 minute scenic flight onboard a Britten Norman Islander aircraft over the Penwith Peninsula for an unforgettable bird’s eye view of our coastline.