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Kingsand & Cawsand

LOCATION: east Cornwall    PARKING: yes     FACILITIES: yes

Kingsand & cawsand

Cornish: Porthruw

 

Kingsand & Cawsand are are situated on the Rame Peninsula near Torpoint. The villages are well known for their smuggling and fishing past and although most of the known smuggling tunnels have now been sealed up, there are still old fish cellars and boat stores to be seen along this part of the coast.

 

Unlike St Ives, which is notable for its light, artists are drawn to the Rame peninsula by the quality of light, the unique micro-climate and juxtaposition of dense green woodland, dramatic cliffs, local beaches and tranquillity of Kingsand and Cawsand, which have remained unchanged for many years.

 

Admiral Nelson has been said to have visited the village and dined at The Ship Inn (now closed)!

Tide Times Holiday Accommodation - Cowrie Cottage, Kingsand

Cowrie Cottage (ref: 25924) - sleeps 3 - no pets

 

Delightful fisherman’s cottage, tucked away in Kingsand just off the main street. It is conveniently just 100 yards from the local village shop.........more

Holiday Cottages in Kingsand & Cawsand

Holiday Accommodation - Blue Seas, Maker

Blue Seas (ref: 25759) - sleeps 2 - no pets

 

Blue Seas is a holiday apartment located at Fort Picklecombe one of the most sought after addresses, on the Cornish coast. From the balcony you can while away many hours.....more

Holiday Accommodation - Mendennick Barn, St John

Mendennick Barn (ref: GJ1) - sleeps 6 - no pets

 

This detached stone barn conversion sits in its own garden of over 1 acre, with sheep grazing in the paddock next door. Situated in an AONB, on a working farm......more