A short break at the Land’s End Hotel provides guests with the opportunity to discover the beautiful attractions and breath-taking landscapes of West Cornwall, from immersing themselves in the natural splendour of Land’s End to exploring the coastal paths and having a picture taken at the famous signpost.
Currently undergoing a long-term investment programme, the Land’s End Hotel offers 30 en suite rooms and an outstanding base from which to explore the most beautiful areas of West Cornwall. For guests who prefer to self-cater, the recently refurbished Saddle & Stable rooms, located adjacent to the First & Last Inn and just a stone’s throw from Land’s End, offer a traditional conversion with a modern twist.
The Land’s End Restaurant has been beautifully refurbished with a contemporary look, adding a light and airy feel in which to relax and to take in the spectacular views across the Atlantic Ocean. Residents can choose from a full Cornish or continental breakfast, with lunchtime and evening diners being spoiled for choice with a wide range of fresh local fish and succulent steaks. Alternatively, guests can sit and relax with a drink or a Cornish cream tea throughout the afternoon
The outdoor spaces and places in West Cornwall are the best in the country, making the Land’s End Hotel the ideal base for short breaks and longer holidays. From amazing coastlines to glorious countryside, there are hundreds of activities to enjoy, including energetic pursuits such as surfing, swimming, cycling or walking and more passive activities such as bird watching, photography, painting, fishing or simply admiring the wonderful views.
Nearby Sennen Cove & Surf school offers top rate surfing conditions and safe bathing within flagged areas, while along the seafront, cafes, restaurants, pubs, galleries and shops provide the onshore niceties. The Pedn-men-du, a promontory that protects the cove from the westerly Atlantic gales, is a popular haunt for climbers and in the village the lifeboat station established over 150 years ago is open to visitors in summer.
The Minack Theatre is Cornwall’s stunning open air theatre, Tate St. Ives offers an inspirational look at some truly amazing works of art, The Eden Project is the world’s largest indoor rainforest and Trebah Gardens is a sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop.
Whatever passion visitors to Cornwall plan on indulging, the Land’s End hotel really does offer the perfect location. Retaining much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage, along with 30 en-suite bedrooms, guests are guaranteed a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea.