Why not explore the great bays of West Cornwall this year? The peninsular here, boasts not one, but two magnificent bays. They’re set on either coast, yet almost within sight of each other: Mounts Bay and St Ives Bay.
View over Mounts bay
There are a number of short circular walks from Perranuthnoe with some enchanting views down over St Michael’s Mount.
I’m afraid our ambition to walk around Mounts Bay this winter, was scuppered by lockdown but there are some perfect strolls around some of our favourite haunts close to home.
Three short walks (or one longer one) exploring the spectacular views over Mounts Bay. This week our walk continues from Prussia cove to Porthlevan and finds some glorious, hidden coves along the way.
Winter journeys still bring glimpses of the sea to watch for
St Michael’s Mount is the jewel of Mounts Bay with a history full of myths and legends. The Mount has seen life as former priory and site of Pilgrimage; as a Castle and finally an opulent Country House. Today it is one of the National Trusts most loved and visited locations
The clock of the seasons is ever turning, bringing the mists of autumn to gently shroud the garden and with it the morning dew to spangle the lawns. With the change of the seasons the scent of the sea has come back to us at Ednovean, along with the rhythmic music of the waves to […]
Four spring inspirations for spring walks, sandy tidelines and country lanes beckon once more or maybe just a little me time lingering over Breakfast
A walk along the coastal footpath with a lovely view over Perranuthnoe
Explore the wonderful sub tropcal gardens on St Michael’s Mount where paths twist and turn along the dizzying rock face to the tranquil walled gardens
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