Although we are situated at the "end" of England, there are countless places to explore from here, both on foot and by bike or car. We can supply a copy of the local map, and you will find it easy to walk to Ruan Minor and Cadgwith, a typical Cornish Fishing Village, or (for the super-fit) even as far as Mullion or Coverack. In your welcome pack, you will find endless suggestions for places to visit.
The cliffs are at their best in early Spring when the sweet smell of gorse floods the valleys and its yellow bloom splashes the hillsides; or in May when sea pinks carpet the turf with their dainty pink blooms, bluebells and spring squill form patches of pale blue in between the Queen Anne's Lace frothing in the hedgerows; June brings the vivid purple of foxgloves and, in the summer ... but you have probably had enough botany lessons for now.
Looking towards Lion Rock and Kynance
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