Attractions | Cottage in Mousehole | One Bedroom Self Catering Holiday Accommodation in Cornwall

Sights & Sport

Land's End is the most westerly point of England and is approximately 7 miles west of Mousehole. On a clear day, the Isles of Scilly can be seen just on the horizon. Longships lighthouse is a little over a mile out to seen and six miles to the south-west is Wolf Rock Lighthouse. There is also a bar and restaurant at the site.

Minack Theatre - The remarkable Minack Theatre was constructed in the 1930's as a hobby of the late Miss Rowena Cade in the style of a Roman open air amphitheatre, cut into the edge of the granite rocks. Entertainment is held every May-September with a wide range of productions from Shakespeare to musicals. Book tickets in advance during peak season.


St. Michael's Mount is located about 7 miles east of Mousehole, a few hundred yards out to sea from the town of Marazion and is one of Cornwall's best attractions. The castle is now maintained by the National Trust. The island and castle are open to the public every weekday and most weekends in the summer and on a limited basis during the winter.

Surfing - 7 miles west of Mousehole is the town Sennen Cove and Gwenver. This has a reputation for being one of the most consistently good surfing beaches in England and Wales.

Golf - There are a number of golf courses in west Cornwall, many with outstanding coastal and rural views.

South West Coastal Path - One of Britain's National Trails passes through Mousehole.


Porthcurno Telegraph Museum - In this award-winning museum visitors can see the extensive collection of working equipment and learn about the secret communications that were sent from here in World War II.


Geevor Tin Mine - Discover the history of mining in Cornwall in both underground and overground tours.

Chysauster Ancient Village - Explore one of the ancient iron age settlements of west Cornwall.

Merry Maidens Stone Circle - The most well known, most accessible, best preserved and most popular of the stone circles at the western tip of Cornwall.