Discover

the hidden Cornwall

EXPLORE THE LOCATION FROM YOUR STUNNING HOLIDAY HOME

Experience Cornwall like a local

When you become an Owner at Gwel an Mor, you become a Cornish local. Which means you get unlimited access to the lesser-known gems of this stunning county. So, it’s time to take off your holidaymaker hat and live like a Cornish local, immersing yourself in the true, unspoilt magic of your beloved home-from-home.

REASON 23

The New Inn

Park Bottom, Redruth

It’s the perfect local pub. Enjoy a drink amongst friendly faces or dive into the hearty grub ‒ the Sunday roast is to die for.

REASON 16

Tehidy Woods

Camborne

Lose yourself in the largest area of woodland in West Cornwall, with over 9 miles of paths and 250 acres of peaceful woods and lakes to explore.

REASON 38

West Cornwall Golf Club

St Ives

Enjoy spectacular views over St Ives Bay at the oldest existing golf course in Cornwall. A beautiful spot for players of all levels, and a must-visit for any golfing enthusiast.

 

OUR HIDDEN GEM

Godrevy Lighthouse

Godrevy Island in St Ives Bay

We love the rich history and stark beauty of Godrevy Lighthouse, which has been warning ships of the perilous rocks for centuries. To get a closer look, we like to take a boat tour, which allows us to get some pretty dramatic photos!

MY HIDDEN GEM

Rum & Crab Shack

St Ives

Rum and crab…what more could you ask for?! We love its cosy atmosphere and harbourfront location, not to mention its ridiculously fresh crab and famous rums! It’s definitely loved by the locals, and it’s easy to see why.

OUR HIDDEN GEM

Jubilee Pool

Penzance

It’s become our new favourite place to be! The largest seawater lido and geothermally heated pool, we love the art deco design and spectacular backdrop of St Michael’s Mount. Just heavenly.

DISCOVER CORNWALL

So much more than just a holiday home

When you buy a holiday home at Gwel an Mor you’ll discover everything that Cornwall has to offer, with new experiences to be had all year round whatever the weather. Whether by foot, bike, or on the waves you can explore the stunning landscape. Cornwall is alive with culture and traditions. Cobbled streets meander down to hidden coves and coastlines, where thriving communities continue to live with love and respect for the magnificent environment that surrounds them.

REASON 46

St Mawes Castle

Truro

If you fancy a quick step back in time, St Mawes Castle is one of the best-preserved and most elaborately decorated coastal artillery fortresses in Britain. Visit this impressive fort, built by Henry VIII, and experience what life was like for soldiers and prisoners in the 1500s.
Enjoy the beautiful castle grounds that stretch down to the Fal Estuary, take in the views and admire the impressive row of fixed cannons.

REASON 32

Mylor Boat Hire

Falmouth

If a day out on the ocean waves is your thing, look no further than Mylor Boat Hire. Small yachts, motor boats and Cornish shrimpers are available to rent for a day, or half a day, depending on your sea legs. Explore the surrounding coastline in this stunning area of natural beauty. Whether you know your port from your starboard, or would rather a skipper take the helm, Mylor can cater for everyone, to guarantee an unforgettable day at sea.

A year round destination

Whether you consider yourself the adventurous type, or are more interested in taking in the sights and sounds in a more passive manner, Cornwall has the perfect days out for you.

Near the tip of the Lizard peninsula, amid the rugged coastal scenery, is Kynance Cove. Perfect for relaxing, snorkelling or some dare-devil jumping from the rock towers.

For a decent injection of culture the Falmouth Art Gallery houses a collection of over 2,000 works of art. Ranging from Pre-Raphaelite and British Impressionist paintings to its unique collection of mechanical automata.

If you’re feeling energetic, then seek out the Bissoe Trail. Loved by cyclists of all ages, and starting in the picturesque Bissoe Valley Nature Reserve, this trail takes in the sights all the way back to Portreath beach.


 

CELEBRATING AN IMPRESSIVE DESTINATION

Discover everything that Cornwall has to offer

With such a wealth of cultural attractions and natural beauty, Gwel an Mor is the most wonderful location for exploring Cornwall. Whether it is a long walk along the seashore, hours reading by a roaring fire, or simply watching the waves lap against the sand, Gwel an Mor is the perfect base.

REASON 14

Victoria Gardens

Truro

Wander around these perfect gardens, created to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Coronation. A true inner city gem.

REASON 22

Kennall Vale

Ponsanooth, Truro

A beautiful woodland sprinkled with remnants of its industrial past, is a unique blend of nature and our evolution of industry.

REASON 17

Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm

Penhallow, Truro

Put aside a full day for this Cyder farm. Press apples, tour the orchards, befriend the farm animals, enjoy the entertainment and definitely sample the sparkling nectar.

 

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Your Sanctury at the end of the day

After a long day of exploring, you can return to the 5-star luxury of your very own eco-lodge. Exquisitely designed, each stunning retreat boasts a generous array of state-of-the-art designer features, from atmospheric mood lighting and underfloor heating to boiling water taps, bi-fold doors onto a sun deck and a plasma TV at the foot of the bath. But the pièce de résistance has to be the outdoor hot tub – the perfect spot to luxuriate under a starry sky.

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