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A rugged mystical land - ancient standing stones and ghostly silhouettes of old mine engine houses pepper the moorland terrain of this peninsula. Escape the hustle and bustle and relax in a cottage in the far west of Cornwall.
Why the far west of Cornwall?
Penzance and the area to the west is typically referred to as the far west of Cornwall. It is a landscape of startling natural beauty with beaches, coves and villages dotted below dramatic cliffs. The majority of the villages retain a strong sense of Cornish history and tradition, with fishing excursions and boat trips still a regular occurence.
Places to visit in the far west
Journey westwards from the fishing port of Newlyn to beloved Mousehole (pronounced Mouzel), and "away down to Lamorna". Granite cliffs rise steeply from the sea as you near Land’s End, unfolding spectacular views of Minack Theatre, set above Porthcurno's beautiful white sand cove. Atlantic waves pound the craggy coastline from Sennen to St Ives and the windswept landscape around St Just, Cape Cornwall, Pendeen and Zennor becomes more starkly beautiful and remote.
Browse our accommodation to find your ideal self-catering stay in far West Cornwall