There are some wonderful places to visit this summertime in Cornwall. We have highlighted a few below to give you a sample of what delights are in store.
ST Michaels Mount
You can enjoy the views from your room & at the moment the dolphins are giving free shows around the Mount almost daily. But do visit the Mount, it is ancient, sacred and very romantic.
Are you in the British Isles or a Greek colony in the Mediteranean? Transport yourself to another world and visit the unique theatre with its incredible tropical gardens. A show, a walk or a lie on the magical beach of Prthcurno, or all 3?
St Ives & The Tate
Were just 8 short miles from St Ives & The amazing Tate Gallery. St ives is beautiful & like Mount’s Bay ‘one of the Worlds Top 10 most Beautiful Bays’. We recommend you visit on the little train which goes around the beaches , it’s very special.
Telegraph Museum Porthcurno
Porthcurno’s beach hides an amazing secret; telegraph cables laid here from 1870 made this one on the most connected places on the planet. A £2.5m refurbishment has transformed the award-winning Telegraph Museum Porthcurno, where visitors can explore Porthcurno’s global connections through hands-on exhibitions, live demonstrations and sensory experiences. The new museum café is free to visit and serves a fresh, seasonal menu made using locally-sourced ingredients. Museum, shop & café open daily 10:00 – 17:00.
Beaches in Cornwall
Cornwall is so very lucky to play host to some of the finest beaches Britain has to offer. There are hidden gems all around the coastline that offer breath taking scenery, transporting you to a different world