Cornwall needs little introduction, a breathtaking coastline, subtropical vegetation and picture book fishing villages
…images which come easily to mind.
But it is in the Far West that the intangible “something special” happens, wild and unsullied the Land’s End Peninsular, with its clarity of light and elemental landscape, has always been a magnet for the creative soul…
Walk thirty metres from the hotel and stare out into Mount’s Bay…
– on your left
St Michael’s Mount, an unbelievable fairytale castle and gardens only reached by causeway at low tide.
St Michael’s Mount
– or look right
to the fishing village of Newlyn: for more than a century home to the renowned Newlyn School art colony.
– go a little further
and you will find the Minack Theatre – a spectacular ampitheatre carved into the cliff face and offering nightly open air performances with the sea as scenery. Minack Theatre
– and in a couple of miles
you are at Land’s End with it’s awesome sunsets and the fabled sunken land of Lyonesse
Wonderful Cornish Gardens in bloom even in winter
Hundreds of galleries, from the world renowned Tate St Ives to the tiny “artist in residence” studios
Soaring cliffs and stunning white beaches,
Timeless villages and quaint pubs…..
….come and see….