We enjoyed a lobster supper accompanied with a beautiful sunset over the sea last night, when we ate supper at Ben Tunnicliffe’s new restaurant at Sennen Beach
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.
One thing that puts the Breakfast “B” into B&B is the full British Breakfast to start the morning. It must be said the full English cooked Breakfast is mostly a holiday treat now in the British Isle for a more leisurely start to the day for guests, as the gulls call outside and the scent […]
Over the years I’ve built up quite a bank of suggestions about Galleries and Museums to visit, for that odd wet day that comes along every now and again in West Cornwall.
I spent two days in Penzance this week and just as the UK revelled in the heat wave I was attending a computer course. I spent my time visiting the town and exploring the side streets down the harbour, to pick up the glorious cooling breeze from the sea.
There was hardly a soul in site as I followed the granite pier passed the trawlers and pleasure boats; ocean yachts and pirate ships (no really tours available!) There was a tangle of ropes straining tightly over silky smooth water and the scent of the sea in the air as I walked
The drive between Land’s End and St Ives has been voted one of the nations favorite drives. as it winds between villages and cairns flanked by the sea
Explore the wonderful cliffs that lay between Zennor and Gurnard’s Head. This blog has an album of snaps taken on a spring walk. That day we passed isolated coves, cornish mines and finishes on an Iron age Fort,
The Crowns Engine Houses at Botallack are rightly the most famous in Cornwall, set in a dramatic cliff top location, with a rich history to explore.
Carn Euny is an ancient courtyard village settlement set around a deep fugue on the Land’s End Peninsula in West Cornwall
October can often bring an Indian Summer and this was a perfect time for us to dally on the long swatherof silver gold sands of Sennen once more