Lamorna Stream Studio (Cornwall)
Lamorna Stream Studio is a holiday home located in Penzance in the Cornwall Region and is 18 km from St Ives. The unit is 37 km from Falmouth. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property. An oven, a toaster and a fridge can be found in the kitchen.
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In this 'you may also like' section we attempt to answer what else can I do? Here you have a list by order of being the closest some more beaches, things to see and do, places to eat and upcoming events.
- 15th May 2020-17th May 2020The festival runs for three days at Porthminster beach in St Ives. Activities include:fantastic demonstrations from nationally renowned celebrity chefs artisan traders with high-quality food and drink music performances children’s play area water sports activities
- The Tregiffian Burial Chamber is a Neolithic or early Bronze age chambered tomb. An entrance passage, lined with stone slabs, leads into a central chamber. It is a rare form of a passage grave, known as an Entrance grave. This type of burial chamber is also typical in the nearby Isles of Scilly.
- Mousehole is a small fishing village that has a small strip of sand within the harbour and pebble/rocky beaches on either side of the harbour along with a tidal rock swimming pool. This is a typical Cornish fishing village with narrow lanes to explore with hidden shops, galleries and places to eat. Car park although the narrow streets get very busy in the summer.
- Newlyn is best known for being a fishing port and harbour. Green Rocks beach is an easterly facing beach that has more shingle than sand and is largely covered at high tide. Facilities and car park are in Newlyn centre, a few minutes walk from the beach.
- Penberth Cove is a small fishing village with pebble beach. The village still supports a small fishing fleet and you will see these pulled up onto the beach. You do have space for a few cars but most people will see Penberth Cove whilst walking the spectacular cliff paths that passes through the Cove.
- Trewidden Garden was originally planted by Thomas Bolitho in the 1850’s. The 15-acre garden incorporates a magnificent collection of over 300 Camellias and Magnolias alongside one of the largest tree fern dells in the Northern Hemisphere and many other attractions. The gardens include a tearoom, plant shop and regular events. Open to the public during the Spring, Summer and beginning of Autumn every year. Dogs are also very welcome to visit the Garden.
- The Logan Rock is an example of a logan or rocking stone. The rock is an eighty ton granite boulder perched on the edge of the cliffs. Finely balanced due to the actions of weathering, and prior to its restoration in 1824 it could be rocked by applying only a little pressure. The name Logan Rock is also applied to the surrounding tip of the headland, as well as the logan stone itself. Cripp’s Cove lies to the east beneath the rock. The headland is also an Iron Age promontory fort called Treryn Dinas, defended by three ramparts. A number of islands are located around the edge of Logan Rock including Great Goular, Horrace, and Seghy.
- Pedn Vounder beach is sandy with the cliffs of Treryn Dinas. The eastern headland of the beach is the location of Logan’s Rock, a rectangular block of granite which can be rocked back and forth by one person. At high tide, the beach disappears. As the name suggests ‘pedn’ (head, end) and ‘vounder’ (road) this is a beach with no facilities. The beach is not easy to get to as it is not close to any car parks and the final stage of descent from the cliff path requires some climbing down steep rocks at the western end.
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