St JustCopyright Tony Atkin

St Just is across the moors (rich in prehistoric remains) from Penzance and a short drive to Landís End. This small town perched high above the sea boasts its own medieval amphitheatre... Read More

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Cape Cornwall Golf & Country Club

Cape Cornwall Golf & Country Club

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A Golfer?s Paradise on the only Cape in England, nestled away at the very tip of Cornwall 4 miles from Lands End. The course is poised on the edge of ... More

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The Wellington Hotel

The Wellington Hotel
The Wellington Hotel is an imposing granite building that was built before the Battle of Waterloo. It was converted into a hotel in 1813 and named after the The Iron Duke (Arthur Wellesley; 1769-1852) (photo ... More | visit website
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Commercial Hotel

Commercial Hotel

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A former coaching inn run by the Woolcock family for over 100 years, the Commercial is well known locally for its great home-cooked food and warm Cornish welcome.

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Boswedden House (0.72 miles)

Boswedden House
Early XIXth century mansion set in the country, yet only 1 mile from St. Just and 1/2 mile to Cape Cornwall. The large walled garden, being mainly grass, is good for sun-bathing or just taking ... More | visit website
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Grassmead & Grasscroft (3.31 miles)

A truly delightful and surprisingly spacious apartment that sits at the head of this picturesque little fishing cove with lovely sea views from the raised rear garden. Sennen Cove - `our home` - ... More | visit website
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The Old Success Inn (3.37 miles)

The Old Success Inn
Situated on one of Cornwall's most stunning bays, the Old Success is a beautiful 17th century fisherman's inn, which has been transformed into comfortable, modern rooms and apartments while retaining its charm and character.
Over the ... More | visit website
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Trereife House (5.16 miles)

Trereife House
Trereife House (pronounced Treave), a beautiful centuries old family owned Estate, steeped in history, is being lovingly restored by the 7th generation family and is now open to the public. The predominantly Queen Anne Manor ... More | visit website
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Higher Faugan (5.60 miles)

Higher Faugan
The north wing of the house; originally the artist studio; now comprises of 4 luxury suites. Suites sleep 2/4 are comfortably and tastefully furnished; incorporating king size beds; sofas; LCD TV's; en-suite bathrooms with bath ... More | visit website
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Higher Faugan Parc (5.60 miles)

Higher Faugan Parc

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Higher Faugan Built in 1904 as the family home of artists Stanhope & Elizabeth Forbes. Recently reopened after refurbishment with the addition of 4 suites in the north wing, originally ... More

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Gurnards Head Hotel (5.61 miles)

Gurnards Head Hotel
Good Pub Guide Best Cornish Dining Pub 2012

Restaurant with rooms next to the Atlantic between St. Ives, Penzance and Landās End. In the middle of some of Britainās most outstanding scenery and perfectly placed for ... More | visit website
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Panorama Guest House (5.94 miles)

Panorama Guest House
With spectacular views of Mount's Bay and The Lizard Peninsula, the newly refurbished Panorama Guest House is ideal for exploring West Cornwall. The Panorama is at the top of Chywoone Hill. Land's End is a ... More | visit website
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Rosalie Guest House (6.02 miles)

Rosalie Guest House
Welcome to Rosalie Guest House in Penzance, a traditional cut granite stone faced Victorian Town House situated in the very attractive Alexandra Road within the Penzance Conservation area. Leading down to the famous Penzance Promenade, ... More | visit website
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Pendennis (6.02 miles)

Pendennis

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This family run guest house is a short walk from the Promenade and centre of Penzance and offers freindly atmosphere, we support "Fairtrade" and all produce is quality locaally sourced. ... More

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