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Polurrian Hotel
"Good Points: Excellent room to which we were given an upgrade. Excellent service, friendly helpful staff. Generally very good food. All public areas very clean and tidy and well maintained. Bad ..." More

The Bay Hotel
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Lizard Point is the most southerly point in Great Britain, known for it’s Serpentine stone a local rock veined with dark green, red and white, with pretty coves, rocky inlets and beaches, once home to smugglers and pirates, now to swimmers and surfers thankfully. The stunningly beautiful scenery is hard to beat in this area, whatever your preference it’s all here, from idyllic sandy coves to cliff walks with wild flowers, rocky inlets and villages or the enchanting view of seals, basking sharks and dolphins. The lighthouse built originally 1619 and later replaced in 1752 stands proud, warning ships of the dangerous waters. Lizard history is diverse, it was the point where the Spanish Armada was spotted in 1588, and Goonhilly Earth Station where the first transatlantic television pictures were received in 1962, the visitors centre is certainly worth the trip. Or maybe the delights of the National Seal Sanctuary, now houses not only seals but otters and other creatures where you are invited to watch them feeding, or sponsor one that it on the road to recovery. From smugglers to surf boards, the beauty and history of Lizard will capture your heart and make your visit an unforgettable one.


Burnoon Barn


The Surgery

Pub and Bar

The Top House


C & E Retallack
Anns Famous Pasties
Wave Crest Cafe
Coast Coffee Bar & Bistro
Kynance Beach Cafe
Polpeor Cafe
The Regent Cafe
Smugglers Fish & Chip Shop
Velvyns Boutique & Gift Shop
Serpentine Works Gift Shop
Regent Gift Shop
Kynsa Den
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Housel Bay Hotel & Restaurant (0.28 miles)

Housel Bay Hotel & Restaurant
Britain's Most Southerly Mainland Hotel, located in a spectacular position overlooking the ocean where the Western Approaches of the Atlantic meet the English Channel. A secluded, sandy beach nestles below adjacent cliffs and the ... More
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Mullion Cove Hotel (4.02 miles)

Mullion Cove Hotel

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Set in a magnificent cliff top location above Mullion Harbour, with spectacular coastal views. The Mullion Cove Hotel offers a haven of peace and relaxation.Enjoy lunch, a cream tea or ... More

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Polurrian Hotel (4.23 miles)

Polurrian Hotel

Set in 12 acres of landscaped gardens at the top of 300 foot cliffs, the family owned Polurrian Hotel offers Edwardian elegance with modern comforts. The stunning location and friendly service draw guests back ... More | visit website

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Harbour Inn (9.45 miles)

Harbour Inn

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In the historic Cornish harbour village of Porthleven, sitting in a commanding position overlooking the harbour, there are 14 en-suite rooms and many with stunning harbour and Atlantic views. This ... More


Classic Cottages (9.67 miles)

Classic Cottages
Georgian town houses line the streets of Helston, giving it a stately air. Every May, the town hosts ‘Flora Day’, a May Day celebration which involves the famous ‘furry dance’ procession through the streets. ... More
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Premier Inn Helston (9.68 miles)

Helston, the UK's most southerly Premier Inn, is situated halfway between Falmouth and Penzance - the perfect location for exploring southwest Cornwall. Whether on a day trip to Flambards, exploring beautiful countryside or taking advantage ... More | visit website
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Budock Vean - The Hotel on the River (9.71 miles)

Budock Vean - The Hotel on the River
This privately owned award winning luxury hotel offers outstanding leisure facilities which include a spectacular indoor swimming pool, sauna, outdoor hot tub, natural health spa, 9-hole golf course, tennis courts, private foreshore and AA rosette ... More | visit website
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Budock Vean (10.02 miles)

Budock Vean

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Nestled in 65 acres of organically managed sub-tropical gardens and parkland on the banks of the tranquil Helford River enjoy a holiday in Cornwall at this privately owned, family run, ... More

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Grovewood B&B (10.29 miles)

Grovewood B&B

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Grovewood is in the village of Constantine which is approximately 4 miles west of Falmouth within close distance to the Helford River and the Lizard Peninsular. Nearby there are numerous ... More

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Trelawne Hotel (11.43 miles)

Trelawne Hotel

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Trelawne Hotel is a unique 3 AA Star hotel, which has been run by the Gibbons Family for 37 years. The hotel ensures a warm and friendly welcome, in the ... More

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