This morning I thought it might be better to dream of the summer days ahead. To dream of days when I can just listen to the bees buzzing as the scent to lavender fills the air. To dream of summer days once more when the courtyard garden fills with lazy warmth of the sun… It […]
Trenow is one of the little sheltered coves that ring Perranuthnoe, within sight of Marazion and St Michael’s Mount.
Explore the idyllic beaches and coves of a secret Cornwall just a comfortable stones throw away from the bustle of the tourism trail and yet a world apart.
This week we visited the secret sandy bay just beyond Prussia cove, known as Kennegy Beach a beautiful cove of pristine golden sands framed by heathland with farmland dipping down to the cliffs edge
Portheras Cove is hauntingly beautiful and only reached by walking along the coast footpath. Just perfect for a secluded day on the beach
Rinsey beach is just below Rinsey head tucked under the National Trust heathland between the harbour town of Porthleven and the popular expanse of golden beach of Praa Sands
Porth Chapel beach is idyllically set below tall granite cliffs, with sands of broken shells dipping to the sea – it’s just a short walk from St Levan, tucked between Porthcurno and Porthgwarra and quite near to Land’s End. It is just a perfect spot for an afternoon away form the tourist’s hot spots of Cornwall for a few hours of peace and near solitude.
For the last Bank Holiday of the year we walked from the farm to visit a nearby favourite cove to enjoy the summer sunshine, spurning the busy roads and we enjoyed two very special days of contrasts that must be the very essence of experience of Classic Cornwall.
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
Prussia Cove has a special quiet secluded atmosphere, set on the Porth-an Als Estate at the end of a winding lane and once famous for smuggling