West Cornwall cottages
The West Cornwall scenery is scattered with fragments of a rich, ancient history, quaint fishing villages, sandy beaches and rocky gorges. Alongside these beautiful aspects, you can expect to meet friendly communities while surrounded by a welcoming atmosphere. Experience Cornwall’s charm for yourself and discover the striking coastline, all the while taking in some of the county’s rich mining history.
Why visit West Cornwall?
The area bathes in beauty, and is home to four Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty: St Agnes, West Penrith, stretches between Godrevy and Portreath, and another from Marazion, Mount’s Bay all the way to outer Falmouth. There are also a number of exciting country parks in the area that offer activities such as woodland trails, cycle routes and Stithians Lake Country Park, offers a range of water sport and angling activities with full equipment hire.
Things to do in West Cornwall:
Take a trip to Lamorna Cove Beach, a picturesque shingle cove found on the South West Coast Path between Porthcurno and Mousehole. For more of a family-fun kind of beach, the Blue Flag beach Porthmeor in St Ives is a popular choice with both families and surfers. There are also plenty of opportunities to discover some of the area's culture and heritage, while the South West Coast Path takes in a diverse range of scenes, from dramatic headlands to intimate coves and sheltered estuaries.
Why stay in a West Cornwall cottage?
From luxury sea-views to cosy country charm, our cottages in West Cornwall provide a home away from home when you explore the county. All within easy reach of exciting attractions and award-winning beaches they provide the perfect place to retire to after a day of sightseeing and exploring.
Three must see things in West Cornwall:
- Head to the most westerly point of mainland Cornwall and England; Land’s End.
- Enjoy a range of activities at the renovated Lizard Lighthouse and learn about its place in the Cornish landscape.
- Tate St Ives is the South West’s opportunity to experience some of the country’s most prestigious works of art.