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Tide Cottage lies in the heart of the village of Perranuthnoe, ideally situated less than five miles east of Penzance in Mounts Bay on the glorious South Cornwall coast.

The village itself is the perfect centre for a holiday, with a south facing sandy beach just 300 metres from the cottage, an award winning pub serving superb food  just a few  paces away, several excellent cafes  and other facilities including an art gallery showing work by local artists, hair/beauty salon and gift shop. The South Cornwall Costal path runs through the village and provides spectacular views of the beautiful coastline for those who fancy a short stroll with the dog to those that want to enjoy a full days hiking.

Within easy reach of Cornwall’s top attractions there is something to suit everyone so you can fully enjoy exploring with a different adventure every day.

The charming village of Marazion, with the famous St. Michaels Mount is just two miles away. The mount can be reached on foot at low tide or by boat at other times and the access to Mounts Bay is ideal for those wanting to enjoy kite surfing, sea kayaking, windsurfing and dingy sailing.

St Ives is home to the Tate St Ives, the house, garden and workshop of world renowned sculptor Barbara Hepworth and a large Life Boat station in addition to traditional shops, galleries and restaurants. There are several beautiful beaches and boat trips are also available for fishing or to view the local seal population. Easily reached by train from the stations in Penzance and St Erth or the park and ride at Lellant Saltings, you can relax and enjoy the spectacular costal views from the cliff side track. 

Both a regular ferry and helicopter service to the Scilly Isles are available from Penzance, less than five miles away, giving access to the luscious, sub-tropical Tresco Abbey gardens as well as beautiful beaches and many other attractions.

The amazing Eden Project is a 45 minute drive away and perfect for a visit during any season. More locally there are the gardens of Trelissick, Trevarno, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and Lanhydrock.

For theatre lovers the stunning Minack Theatre, perched on the cliffs overlooking the turquoise waters of Porthcurno, is easily reached by car and is open from May to September presenting drama, musicals and opera in this most dramatic of settings.

Flambards is the West Country's leading family attraction with rides for everyone, family fun and entertainment. With award-winning and unique exhibitions including The Victorian Village and Britain in the Blitz there is something for everyone.

At Poldark you can follow in the footsteps of 18th century tin miners on an adventure quite unlike any other as you explore the mine. With a museum, children’s trail and puzzles and the opportunity to pan for real alluvial gold, throw a pot, make a candle or try your hand at wood turning you’ll be ready for a traditional miner’s pasty at the end of your day.

Within ten miles of the village are some of the best surf beaches in the country. Perranuthnoe Beach itself is a protected surf beach, ideal for learning how to Malibu and Boogie board.

Mullion, Cape Cornwall and St. Ives links golf courses are within easy reach of the village and the more established St. Mellion is just a short drive away.

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