Mousehole is a quaint fishing village with a lovely fishing port on the east coast of Penwith in Cornwall. It’s one of the best unspoilt villages in the west and home to several pubs, and it’s where the famous ‘Star Gazey Pie’ originates from. Mousehole has a sandy beach for swimming and play. Stay in Mousehole to experience an authentic Cornish getaway. Also, visit the Minack Theatre, Porthcurno, Land’s End, Sennen Cove, and Cape Cornwall.
Why visit Mousehole?
Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you can rest assured that you will be surrounded by beautiful scenery during a stay in Mousehole. The village itself is made up of pretty fishermen’s cottages, a number of which are in our collection, as well as many stylish restaurants for an evening meal.
Things to do in Mousehole
Enjoy some fun and games on Mousehole Beach or take a stroll along the South West Coast Path from the village for great views across Mounts Bay. There are many pleasant places to eat and drink in the village as well as some seasonal festivals to watch or join in on.
Why stay in a Mousehole cottage?
We have a lovely selection of cottages in Mousehole, which includes postcard picture properties and quaint farmhouses to mention a few. Whether you want a cosy retreat for two or a comfortable home from home for the family, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for in our collection of cottages in Cornwall.
Three must-see places to visit in Mousehole
- Visit the Minack Theatre for a tour or book ahead for a play at this wonder outdoor amphitheatre.
- Take a day trip to St Michael’s Mount by Marazion for views and history.
- Land’s End is within striking distance for photo opportunities and family fun.