is the natural touring centre for the Lands End peninsula,
historically known as Penwith. The peninsula is an area of
outstanding natural beauty, containing some of the finest
coastal scenery in the country. The cliffs and beaches, accessible
both by road and from the Cornish Coastal Footpath, are truly
Historically, it has been populated since pre-historic times
and there are numerous 'standing stones' and 'stone circles'
(e.g. the Merry Maidens) as well as iron-age village sites.
The National Trust has several properties in the surrounding
area which have made their own contribution to the heritage
of which the area is so proud. Local places of interest include
St Michael's Mount, the famous landmark of Lands End, the
artist's town of St Ives, the unspoiled village of Mousehole,
and the famed Minack Theatre. Access to all these locations,
and many others, is easy whether by public transport or by
Tours and Excursions
Comprehensive Tourist Information is available and, if
help is needed, assistance can be given for daily itineraries.
We can make bookings for Coach Tours to the Global experience
of the Eden Project, King Arthur's Castle at Tintagel, the
breathtaking views of Lands End and the Lizard peninsula and
for excursions to the idyllic Isles of Scilly (by sea or air).
If required, any of these bookings can be made through us before arrival.