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Incredible ocean views, cliff castles and signposts

Land’s End cottages

Visit Land's End

Amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean and a whole day’s worth of fun can be found at this dramatic cliff-top location. The UK’s most westerly point, Land’s End is surrounded by miles of beautiful coastline and some of the most amazing natural history sites, including Neolithic burial chambers, Iron Age cliff castles and the incredible Minack Theatre. It’s really something to behold during your West Cornwall holiday.

Map showing the location of Land's End, Cornwall

Land's End Cottages

We have a cottage for everyone in our Land’s End collection with a great selection of picturesque quaint cottages for romantic breaks to large farmhouses for the whole family to getaway.

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West Cornwall Cottages

When it comes to West Cornwall holiday accommodation, our selection of self-catering cottages offers plenty of choice. From family-friendly to romantic properties, find your home-from-home with us.

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A Local's Guide to Land's End

Land’s End is not a town or village, there are no houses. It’s based on the site of a couple of farmsteads but nowadays it is a top visitor attraction that consists of some cool amusements and a variety of places to eat. The nearest towns and villages are St Just and Sennen, along with Penwith’s largest settlement, Penzance, that lies 9.5 miles away.

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An iconic location

From the West Country Shopping Village where you can pick up a souvenir, to the Land’s End Restaurant and Bar where you can refuel, you certainly won’t be short of things to do! the pretty village of St Just is close by, while other fantastic nearby attractions include the spectacular headland of Cape Cornwall, the subtropical Lost Gardens of Heligan and The Old Success Inn pub in Sennen Cove.

The iconic signpost makes for the perfect photo opportunity, while cliff-top walks and the South West Coast Path allow opportunities to meander along beautiful natural landscapes. If you’re lucky, you may spot a dolphin, basking shark or seal out to sea.

It’s also known as being the start or end point to the Land’s End to John O’Groats route - the furthest possible distance in the British Isles and a common challenge for walkers or cyclists.

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