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Explore West Cornwall
Explore West Cornwall with local tips and seasonal snaps in my blogs. Follow the changing seasons as we visit the secluded hidden coves and beaches.
Enjoy visiting the beautiful fishing villages and harbour towns and the wild pagan lanscape of the Penwith moors.
Let me send you a little chicken soup from Cornwall in this week’s blog. At the moment I think we all need some! At least for the soul at, as we begin our days in a new reality of living with Covid 19.
Preparing for the 2020 holiday seaosn when Ednovean farm ill host spring breaks summer holidays and autumn treats. Our bedrooms have been tweaked this year with King sized beds and walk in showers. Check out your favorite bedroom to see if it has changed!
We took a winter picnic to a secluded cove beyond Perranuthnoe and watched the sun set behind St Michael’s Mount
There is a pub supper for every season here in West Cornwall. The only problem is which one to choose, so here’s seven of our favoirites just to start with.
We visited Black’s restaurant in Penzance recently for a final celebration of Christmas. Black’s is an intimate contemporary bistro, set in the most historic part of Penzance, just a stones throw from the harbour.
Logan Rock presides over a beautiful stretch of coastline with dramatic cliffs and sandy beaches
To explore the holy wells of Cornwall is a chance to find quiet contemplative places away from the bustle of tourism and daily life. Sancreed or Chapel Downs Holy Well is one of the most easily accessed – although the setting has been heavily influenced by the Victorian clergyman’s idea of a garden
Levant Mine occupies a spectacular cliff top location in the heart of the Cornish Mining World Heritage site. Amongst the poignant ruins from another age there is one working Beam Engine still to be found in the care of the National Trust.
To stroll through Helford village is to touch a scene beyond the picturesque. Helford has known life as a bustling port and as sleepy backwater. It inspired one of Cornwall’s best loved romantic writers, Daphne Du Maurier who honeymooned in Helford, to write Frenchman’s Creek.
Visit today and it is unchanged, just as romantically reflected, in the slow lazy waters of the river.