Castallack, a tiny hamlet, secluded yet easily accessible, four miles from Newlyn one of the busiest
fishing ports in England & five miles from the cosmopolitan market town of Penzance.
Stroll to Lamorna Cove & enjoy a cream tea overlooking the small beach & ocean or walk
in the opposite direction to Mousehole a quaint seaside village with a very safe harbour beach.
Take a catamaran out into Mounts Bay with Marine Discovery & search for Dolphins,
Whales & Sea birds with Duncan & Hannah – it’s a great way to see the coastline with a
good chance of bird & marine sightings.
West Cornwall is the ideal holiday choice, something for everyone.
There is so much to see & do in the far west of Cornwall. Beaches, coves, harbours,
moorland, & some of the loveliest gardens in the country.
Plus, to many, the jewels in the crown the magnificent South West Coastal Path
& the iconic St Michael’s Mount.
National cycle route 3 passes by our front gate & a bridleway runs through our land.
So Walk, cycle, swim, sunbathe, explore, sail, kayak, relax, visit museums or
fun parks for the kids. Sea safari’s, golf or fishing.
Take in a performance at the cliff-top Minack Theatre, go diving or
rock climbing the possibilities are endless.
There are some very good restaurants in Penzance & St Ives
as well as cafe’s & coffee shops galore.
Then there are the galleries where artists who have come here because
of our clear & vibrant light showcase their works of art together
with potters & sculptors, think Barbara Hepworth studio in St Ives.
There are agricultural shows large & small plus festivals such as Golowan
in Penzance & Lafrowda in St Just.
There are also music festivals such as those in St Ives & Praa Sands.