In the Area
The Minack Theatre is Cornwall's world famous open-air theatre created from a cliff side at Porthcurno by Rowena Cade. Presenting a full summer programme of drama, musicals and opera productions that run from May- September, it's well worth fitting in a visit.
Box Office: 01736 810181
One of the leading Museums and Galleries in the South West, showing changing exhibitions featuring the historic art of the area, usually including the world famous Newlyn School painters. Penlee House also has displays of archaeology, social history, decorative arts and photography, plus an excellent café and well-stocked shop.
Phone number: 01736 363625
With two venues we are able to offer a wide and varied programme showcasing the very best of national and international contemporary art, as well as work by some of the best artists currently working in the region.
T: 01736 363715
Boat hop to an island where modern life meets layers of history. Discover a medieval castle, a sub-tropical paradise and a close-knit island community. Delve into the history of a fortress, a priory, a harbour and a home.
T: 01736 710507 / 710265 Tide & Ferry: 01736 710265
Please visit www.marazionguide.com for up to date weather and tide information.
In the heart of West Cornwall these stables are located in Ludgvan overlooking Mount's Bay, a short walk from the gardens. They believe the best way to learn to ride is to be in a small group which will ensure you or your child gets their full attention.
Polgoon Cider Orchard and Vineyard is situated on south facing slopes over looking Penzance; a perfect location for growing vines and apple trees. Polgoon is run by the Coulson family and they are dedicated to producing some of the finest (prize winning) Cornish wines, ciders and fruit juices.
Visit Polgoon and have a personal tour of the cider orchards, vineyard and production facilities and then sample the different products in their wine and deli shop.
T: 01736 333946
The Gurnard’s Head, a dining pub with rooms on Cornwall's Atlantic coast between St. Ives and St. Just, near the Minack Theatre, Zennor, Penzance and Newlyn.
T: 01736 796928
The Old Coastguard, a seaside hotel and restaurant in the fishing village of Mousehole, near the beaches and gardens of West Cornwall, the Minack Theatre and the artists' studios of Newlyn, Penzance and St. Ives.
T: 01736 731222
Special restaurant facing the causeway to St Michael`s Mount, Marazion. `Witness a starter of lobster and crab ravioli, the seafood compacted within the tight hold of thin pasta, like the best silk knickers over a pert buttock. Sorry, but really good seafood does that to me. ….” Jay Rayner, Guardian Food Critic.
T: 01736 719200
Spacious stylish cafe/restaurant with views towards St Michael`s Mount. Large sheltered outdoor eating area with grassy field for children to run and play. Situated beneath the Restless Temple, and adjacent to the entrance to Tremenheere Sculpture garden. Delicious food making the most of locally grown and sourced ingredients.
T: 01736 332091 or 448089
Set in a quiet mews, 50 meters from the sea, The Summer House is an enchanting Grade II Regency House, stylishly converted into a small town house hotel.
T: 01736 363744
Provides an ideal base for exploring West Cornwall - St Michael's Mount, Lands End, St Ives, Minack Theatre, many Sub Tropical Gardens and convenient for travel to the Eden Project & Falmouth Maritime Museum.environment.
T: 01736 363771
The Cornish Way is a boutique holiday company created to offer a few, wonderful places for luxury, self catering breaks at Tregiffian. The cottages are all within a short walk of each other and of one of Cornwall’s loveliest beaches at Gwenver. The relative bustle of Sennen Cove is just down the road.
T: 07834 090 818
Aspects holidays provides some of the very best self catering holiday cottages in Cornwall, including top destinations such as St Ives, Carbis Bay, Falmouth and Porthleven. Whether you’re looking for luxury, family or pet friendly cottages, we have self-catering holidays and short breaks to suit everyone.
T: 01736 754242
Overlooking St Michael's Mount and the bay, Mount Haven Hotel has a distinctly contemporary feel, lending itself to a more informal, relaxed and relaxing atmosphere. It's a world away from the hustle and bustle of modern living, an oasis of peace and tranquility.
One of the World’s Top 9 Secret Hotels’ – CNN
Close to the centre of Penzance, they offer boutique bed and breakfast in a comfortable and beautifully restored period house. Their home contains a stylish and eclectic mix of antiques and modern design and art.
T: 01736 351294
M: 07904 179837
Hidden Hideaways offers six secret retreats on the stunning Penwith Peninsula west of Penzance. From a hidden artist’s studio to an eco-friendly cabin and an Iron Age roundhouse, these special places provide the perfect backdrop for your own romantic Cornish getaway. All our properties are chosen specially by us for their combination of classic design, unusual architecture and unforgettable locations, so you can be guaranteed of a truly unique and quirky place to stay.Visit website
Classic camper van hire in Cornwall with a very British flavour. Our favourite Cornish camper company uses only vintage British vans for that classic Cornish camping experience.
T: 07970 771713
Chapel House PZ is an historic boutique hotel in Penzance, Cornwall, blending Georgian style and architecture with contemporary comfort. With six spacious double rooms bathed in light and enjoying sea views. Fabulous breakfasts and weekend suppers using the best local produce.
T: 01736 362024
Tucked away in the old quarter of Penzance in a historic Georgian House, this is a fun & friendly boutique retreat featuring 13 bedrooms and 4 apartments. Perfect for exploring West Cornwall.
After a great day exploring, dine at The Cornish Barn downstairs which uses the best of local produce.
T: 01736 365664
Get in touch
Call the garden
01736 448 089
Call The Cafe
01736 448 089
Tremenheere Sculpture Garden, Gulval, Nr Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 8YL