WALKING 

The South West Coastal Path

We are a 10 minute walk from Land’s End Landmark where the south and north coast meet, part of the famous South West Coast Path which stretches for 630 miles between Minehead, Somerset and Poole Harbour in Dorset. 

 

With a bus stop just 40metres away and regular hourly buses throughout the summer, why not base yourselves with us for a couple of nights to save carrying heavy rucksacks. We also have a very friendly and helpful local taxi service 'Logan Rock Cars', who can transport you to and from pickup points near the path.

 

www.loganrockcars.com or Telephone 01736 871786

 

For more information, please see the links below.

 

www.southwestcoastpath.org.uk

 

www.luggagetransfers.co.uk

Nanjizal Bay

Porthcurno 

Nanjizal Bay is a 25 minute walk from Trevescan, the path taking you across farmland before reaching the beautiful south coast. You can visit the stunning ‘Song of the sea’ rock arch.

Sennen Cove

Once arriving at Nanjizal, you can carry on your walk to Porthgwarra, Porthchapel and Porthcurno. The walk is approximately 4.5 miles from Trevescan. If you don’t feel like walking back, there is an hourly bus service, in the summer months, which stops 40 meters away from our property.

Beautiful Sennen Cove, popular with surfers and families, is a 20 minute walk across fields.

 

There are many other walks in the area, please refer to the below links.

 

www.walkingbritain.co.uk

 

www.ramblers.org.uk

 

www.nationaltrail.co.uk

CYCLING

Cycle Storage

We have partly covered bike storage with CCTV.

National Cycle Route 3

National cycle route 3 begins just ½ a mile away at Land’s End. The route can take you 338 miles to Bristol with various terrain. The Cornwall leg of this route is also known as ‘The Cornish Way’. Why not visit Sustrans.org for more information.

 

www.sustrans.org.uk/ncn/map/route/route-3

End to Enders

The start/finish line for LEGOG/JOGLE is ½ a mile away. Our location is perfect for those brave enough to complete a LEJOG (Lands End to John O'Groats).

Check out the following websites for more information on LEJOG's. 

 

 www.bikeadventures.co.uk

www.rideacrossbritain.com

​www.stuarthallcycling.co.uk

Cycling from Penzance Train Station

There are 2 routes from Penzance, the most direct being the A30, which can get very busy in the summer months. This route is approximately 10 miles.

The B3315 is a quieter road but will take you a little longer and is approximately 11.5 miles. 

Taxi's from Penzance Train Station

Logan Rock Cars can transport you and your bicycle. Please call 01736 871786 to book this service.