Stennack Cottage


From our Visitors' Book:


"Your cottage is so peaceful and cosy, everything is made with so much love."


"Stennack Cottage is by far our favourite now."


"We spent two wonderful weeks at Stennack Cottage, it is very well situated so we could reach a lot of walking sites."


What to do... and where to go

Within a comfortable walking distance of Stennack Cottage are:

The rugged coastline and abandoned granite engine houses reflect the proud mining history of this area.


Less than 15 miles from the cottage you will find

  • St Just
  • St Ives
  • Cape Cornwall
  • Mousehole
  • Newlyn
  • Penzance
  • St Michaels Mount
  • Sennen Cove
  • Land's End
  • Minack Theatre
  • The Schoolhouse and Yew Tree Gallery in Morvah


2063Eating Out

Field House in Pendeen - open Friday/Saturday only, booking necessary

Pubs in Pendeen - all serving food
The North Inn
The Radjel
Trewellard Arms

Fish and chips in Pendeen at Lillians

Lanyon Tea Rooms, not far from Lanyon Quoit - they don't mind muddy boots, good teas

Cookbook in St Just - lunches, coffee, cakes etc; upstairs is book paradise

The Beach, Sennen - seafood restaurant in fantastic location

The Old Success, Sennen - 17th century fishermen's inn

Kota, Porthleven - renowned for its seafood

St Ives - numerous places to eat

Gurnards Head at Treen, near Zennor - for lunches or dinner, or both?

Penzance - restaurants/pubs/takeaways etc

Jordans - at Marazion car park, for fabulous ice creams

Cream Teas at Rosemergy Tea Rooms, a short drive along the coastal road

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