Perfect for lovers of the outdoor environment.

As well as stunning views across the peninsula you will find an amazing array of wildlife, look out for kestrals, buzzards and sparrow hawks using the cliff thermals. In the bay we have an extraordinary variety of marine life that visit us from time to time including dolphins, sea lions and basking sharks.

For those who love surfing and watersports you will be delighted with the quality of surf that is thrown upon this rugged part of the Cornish coastline. We’re blessed with beautiful beaches in this area, beach time is family time and you can bank on many hours of fun by playing sports, building sand castles and just generally relaxing with the people you love most.

A Perfect Area for a Spot of Golf with panoramic views.

  • For the golfers among you, there are a number of top golf courses in the area. Whitsand Bay Golf Club is very local to us and provides a decent challenge for golfers of all ability. St Mellion International Resort is also only a short drive away.

    So why not sink a few putts and then join us in the evening at The Vaults restaurant for a drink and some hearty, locally produced food? Or join us in the “Boat Bar”snug.

  • The vaulted chambers are original Victorian casements, with recently revealed 19th century architecture.

A Perfect Area for Fishing alone and with the kids.

The peninsula is extremely popular for all types of fishing. It’s just a minutes walk down to the beach and there is space aplenty to fish straight from the shore. You can (hopefully) expect to catch; Sea Bass, Pollack, Sea Bream, and of course Mackerel.

For the more adventurous, there are the outlying rocks off Rame Head, which are geographically more remote. If you’re a coarse fishing enthusiast, we have a very well stocked lake at the bottom of the lane, just a few hundred metres away.

There’s also the option of Fishing boat hire from Looe and Plymouth which go as far as the Eddystone Lighthouse, where the more exotic types of fish being Ling, Dover Sole, Cod, Crab and yet more Mackerel.

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