SEE & DO
A beautiful sandy beach with great cafe, shop & surf school.
Car park & toilets located adjacent. It's a nice walk from Gunwalloe/Church Cove too.
12 minute drive.
A quiet sandy cove, with "Church of the Storms" nestled into it's side. Cafe nearby Easter - Sep. Dollar Cove next door is dog friendly all year round.
15 minute drive.
A show-stopper! Walk down the path and suddenly this picturesque cove opens up it's turquoise treasure and green islands.
30 minute drive.
A beautiful beach accessed via walking through a cave tunnel at low tide! A great adventure.
20 minute drive.
A sandy beach with surf school and cafe. Kennack Sands East is dog friendly all year round.
A long sandy beach, popular with surfers. Beautiful place to catch some waves.
22 minute drive.
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Feed the animals, visit the art gallery, and definitely enjoy a Roskilly's ice cream! A great family friendly place.
Lots of theme park rides for all ages, and indoor museum reconstructing a victorian village! Great day out.
10 minute drive.
See the seals, sea lions, penguins and otters in this wonderful sanctuary doing great work.
6 minute drive.
Hire a boat at St Anthony or going sailing with the Helford River Sailing Club. There's plenty of activites (and pubs) along the Helford River.
Penrose is a beautiful expansive National Trust Estate with lots of lovely walks.
A 10 minute walk from Glebe Hall at the top of the village is a great playground. Perfect if the little ones still have energy to burn off at the end of the day!
Lots of activities, like Stand Up Paddle boarding can be found here, a good pub and shops. The bay is sheltered.
Foodie heaven! Edging this picturesque harbour lots of fabulous eateries can be found. Great pubs and shops too.
17 minute drive.
Discover the most southernly point of the UK! Follow the beautiful South West Coast path or stop for a cream tea.
There are loads of lovely gardens nearby to visit. Our favourites are Trebah & Glendurgan on the Helford River.
Approx. 23 minute drive.
The pretty village of Helford is lovely to walk around. Have a pint at the Shipwright Arms and then catch the ferry over the water to the Ferryboat inn. Or check out the Helford River Sailing Club.
A lovely walk through the woods and along the Helford River to Tremayne Quay on a National Trust path.
10 minute drive (or walk from Glebe Hall)
Also known as Gunwalloe Beach this is a great place for dog walking, it's dog friendly all year round. Stop for a pint at the Halzephron Inn after.
11 minute drive.
There are many fantastic pubs and restaurants in the local area, including the Ship Inn opposite us. Find a selection of our favourites in the welcome brochure in each cottage.