Land's End cottages
You’ll find some of the most breath-taking views in all of the UK in Land’s End. The entire coastline overlooks the vast Atlantic Ocean and some striking coves that have been created over thousands of years. There is a visitor centre with a 4D cinema and a signpost for photo opportunities. The blue flag awarded Sennen Cove is close by with its long sandy beach.
Why visit Land’s End?
To visit Land’s End is almost a rite of passage for anybody that lives in the UK, but it also attracts many international visitors too. Land’s End is the furthest most point from John O’Groats in Scotland on the British mainland. It’s a dramatic beauty spot too and it’s well worth the trip.
Things to do in Land’s End
Land’s End is home to a small theme park with a cinema where you can watch a film about marine life or climb aboard a simulation of a sea king helicopter rescue. Get a picture taken at the famous signpost followed by lunch at the ‘First & Last Cottage’. Also, discover Cape Cornwall, and Levant and Geevor Mines.
Why stay in a Land’s End cottage?
Land’s End is situated as far as you can drive into Cornwall; next stop is the Isles of Scilly. Penwith is full of mining heritage so make sure you visit the ruins at Botallack, the iconic outdoor theatre, the Minnack, and Cape Cornwall. We have cottages in Land's End, and even more cottages across Cornwall, to suit everybody.
Three must-see places to visit in Land’s End
- Pull out your camera and grab a snap next to the famous signpost at Land’s End.
- Sennen Beach is a surfer’s paradise and also a great place to relax during a summer’s day.
- Admire the stunning views as you walk along the South West Coast Path.