February Half Term 2019

With February half term just round the corner, why not visit West Cornwall and come and stay in one of our cosy seaside properties. 

For a list of our available properties follow this link – Half Term Cottage Availability

Here is a guide of a few activities to do whilst in the area. 

Surfing Lessons on Sennen Beach

Ok so February isn’t the warmest month of the year but don’t let that stop you, Smart Surf School provide toasty wetsuits and when you get to your feet you’ll forget about the temperature anyway.  

For more information and to book your lessons visit – Smart Surf School

Coffee & Cake?

Sennen has fantastic places to indulge yourself, fresh cakes and locally sourced breakfasts at Little Bo Cafe, Lunch or Dinner with local beers at The Old Success Inn and Restaurant Dining with beachside tables at Sennen Beach Bar.

Here are some links

Little Bo Cafe   

The Old Success Inn

Sennen Beach Bar

Walking the Coast Path

All of our Cottages are within a few miles of the Coast Path (most are actually within 1/4 mile!) whether it is a quick hour’s walk between Sennen and Lands End or a day’s hike, the Coast path is a must with stunning views. The low sun at this time of the year brings out the fabulous colours of the cliffs and sea.

If you are exploring the Coast Path please keep to the path and take notice of the signs and keep your four-legged friends on a lead due to the cliffs, many of which are very steep.

Information about the Coast Path can be found here – South West Costal Path 

Visit St Michaels Mount

St Michael’s Mount is open during Half Term from 17th – 22nd February 10.30 – 17.00

For further information regarding access via the causeway or by the ferries visit –  The National Trust’s website here

Visit Trengwainton Gardens ~ Penzance 

The gardens open from 19th February, why not join in their February half term fun?

Full details on what’s on offer – Tregwainton Gardens 

For a list of our available properties follow this link – Half Term Cottage Availability

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