THINGS TO DO

There are so many things to do and places to visit here in West Cornwall.
 

Please click on the button below to view a page that has links to websites of many of them, so you can find out where they are, opening times, what they have to offer or are dog-friendly.

Beaches

Gwithian (dog friendly, lovely sand and huge)
Hayle and Godrevy (seasonal dog bans July and August).

 

Both famous, and popular for surfing, attended by Lifeguards during the summer months.

Leisure Activities

Coastal walks galore, (including the South-West Coast Path), bird watching, and wildlife spotting. A great place to see seals is at Mutton Cove at Godrevy

Please click on the button below to view a page that has links to websites of many of them, so you can find out where they are, opening times, what they have to offer or are dog-friendly.

More energetic Leisure

There is ample room for surfiing at the beaches. Or visit West Cornwall Golf Club at Lelant (open to non-members). Alternatively explore the stunning countryside on horse back. There are riding schools in the area.

Of course with there being so many beaches there are various surf-schools and board hire in the area.

Hayle

Local independent shops and a museum. Bustling little quayside town with an industrial heritage.

Eating and Drinking

Apart from the local village pub (The Turnpike Inn) there are numerous restaurants, cafes and pubs in nearby Hayle and local villages.

St Ives

The really best way to visit this famous town of artists' colonies, museums and galleries is to take the scenic coastal train (from St Erth). The views of the coast from the train are stunning.

To see the availability of our annexe, and prices, and to book online please click the date that you would like.

To enquire before or about a booking, or to ask any questions please call us on 07974 886176

Normally there is a minimum stay 4 nights out of season, but please ask and we will try and meet your needs as best as we can.

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