Our visit to Penlee House on a beautiful summers day when the Italianate house glowed in the sub tropical gardens offered a power packed exhibition of the Lamorna Colony artist followed by a perfect cream tea on the terrace
places to see
A day dawned when the delicious ripple of spring was in the air and teased us from our winter hibernation. We walked under exquisite skies with the scent of the wildflowers drifting around us and the sound of the sea in our ears.
Porthleven Harbour with dramatic shadows and tasty pasties feature large in our latest adventure! The atmospheric light and the sheer magnificence of the granite harbour in wintertime.
Explore Gurnards Head for a great walk with spectacular sea views. There’s an atmospheric Iron Age Fort, Chapel and Mine and the prospect of a posh lunch beside a roaring log fire in the pub of the same name
Our walk through the steep sided Kenidjack valley followed a route that perfectly frames views to Cape Cornwall. We were accompanied on our journey to the sea by a gurgling stream and glimpses of historic tin mines
Logan Rock presides over a beautiful stretch of coastline with dramatic cliffs and sandy beaches
Explore the atmospheric ancient healing well at Madron on the Land’s End Peninsula or “Boswarthen Celtic chapel and well” you will plunge back through the centuries into the ancient heart of Celtic Cornwall.
Impressions of springtime this year in Cornwall
Mousehole is picture perfect postcard cornish harbour and village with a fascinating history, legends and Christmas lights
Cape Cornwall towers above the sea, crowned by a statuesque mine chimney, with fabulous views from the summit back across the sea to Sennen and Land’s End.