My September diary of travels with lucy Land Rover. You see, we only have a couple of hours to spare most days and the bright fresh days at the beginning of the month were perfect to set off out and about to explore beyond Penzance – with the help of Lucy Land Rover of course!. […]
places to see
The secluded, sub tropical Cot Valley, leads to raised beach formed in the last Ice age – just perfect to explore.
Land’s End The raw power of the Atlantic meets the English Channel in this the most westerly point of the UK: – Land’s End in Cornwall. Land’s End is so well known throughout the world, that is arguably the one destination that all of our visitors have plans to visit at one point in their […]
Cornwall wears her history lightly and it sometimes feels that the past is still a whisper away. To visit the high places on the Penwith moors untouched by agriculture, as part of your holiday, will be to touch history. There are sites in Cornwall that represent every period of history and Cornwall has more nationally […]
Today we leave the narrow winding lanes of Mousehole behind and climb up towards Paul to journey back into the still beating ancient heart of Cornwall. Follow the winding road that skirts the sea, passed stone circles and ancient stones from the stone and bronze age, to discover isolated fishing coves seemingly untouched by time. […]
Most morning at Ednovean Farm I stretch out an ordnance survey map after breakfast, to give guest advice or pointers about their days out in west Cornwall and so today I thought I’d put a blog post together with some of my top tips. Today, I’m starting my blog series with walking days from Ednovean […]