Leave your stresses at the gates of this private estate, home to twelve picturesque Cottages, a grand Manor House, and a sumptuous Shepherds Hut, perfectly located for you to enjoy Cornwall's stunning and diverse coastline.
Pelynt provides an excellent selection of onsite activities and also sits on the doorstep of a host of attractions which are within easy reach of your Cornish holiday home.
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Pelynt provides an excellent selection of onsite activities and also sits on the doorstep of the UK's longest National Trail; the South West Coast Path. An extraordinary footpath stretching over six hundred and thirty miles of stunning coastline around the entire South West peninsula.
A host of attractions are within easy reach of your Cornish holiday home, including the world-renowned Eden Project. Once a former clay mine, this dramatic global garden, is cultivated in tropical biomes and is only seventeen miles from your doorstep. During your stay at Pelynt, a visit to Lansallos National Trust Beach to experience the locally named Reed Water waterfall is a must.
Nestled between Looe and Polperro are the secluded twin coves of Talland Bay two impressive beaches, both allowing access to dogs all year round. A picturesque and peaceful setting for confident open-water swimmers to enjoy at both low and high tide. The iconic beaches of Whitsand Bay are only a thirty-minute drive along the coast from Pelynt. The three miles of stunning golden sand from Rame Head to Portwrinkle makes Whitsand Bay the ideal location for dog walkers. The constant swell of the bay creates epic surf for those taking to the waves.
Visiting the nearby historic port of Polperro, you can spend the day wandering along the narrow roads that wind around an enchanting maze of cottages and independent shops. Sample local dishes in charming pet-friendly pubs and restaurants.
Or alternatively head into the bustling tidal fishing port of Looe, a day out for those of all ages. Whether searching for rock pool creatures at Hannafore Beach, exploring Looe's rich maritime history at the Old Guildhall Museum and Gaol or simply indulging your tastebuds in fresh-off-the-boat seafood delights.
With so much on offer, your days can be spent as tranquil or exhilarating as you wish!
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