This area of the UK provides a huge array of cycle trails, and spectacular cliff views as you ride your bike along the roads. Take a short day trip on your own bike or rent one from the local rental Penzance Bike Hire.
You can find more information about cycling in this region from Cornwall Council.
Cornwall boasts over a 300 mile section of the South West Coast Path and its sheer variety means that there are plenty of gentle stretches as well as dramatic headlands, steep coastal valleys, sheltered estuaries, busy harbours, intimate coves, moorlands and sandy beaches. The remote coastal hikes offer stunning views over clifftops and rocky outcrops.
For more information on walking in the area, Cornwall Council have some great recommendations.
Visit The Isles Of Scilly
We are ideally located for our guests to see all that West Cornwall has to offer, but also going further afield. Take the Scillonian Ferry across to The Isles of Scilly, visit secluded beaches or visit any of the wonderful shops and restaurants.
The Scillonian sails from March - November, or take flight on the Skybus. For more information on getting to Scilly.
West Cornwall has a wonderful selection of local eateries. We suggest venturing to any of these great establishments.
Turks Head - The Oldest Pub in Penzance.
The Boatshed - Featuring locally caught seafood through to the finest West Country Steaks.
The Smugglers - The Smugglers Restaurant overlooks Newlyn Harbour with views across Mount's Bay to St. Michael's Mount.
The Bay - Restaurant with sweeping views across Mounts Bay.
The Dock Inn - Old fashioned pub atmosphere with real wooden floors, open fires, comfy leather sofas and all sorts of nautical and interesting memorabilia.