Holiday Site-seeing at Lanyon Manor Cornwall
Site-seeing in Cornwall, where do we begin - what hasn’t Cornwall got: the pretty town of St Ives, well know as a haven for artists and art galleries. In St Ives you can visit the Tate and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. Moving further up the county is The Eden Project near St. Austell for ergonomic architecture and tropical plants, and then there’s, Penzance – a delightful English seaside town bursting with gorgeous galleries including the Penlee House Gallery with the largest collection of works by the Newlyn school. If you do visit Penzance you must stop by to admire the beautiful Art Deco Jubilee swimming pool, built in 1935. There is also a short drive from Penzance the Minack Theatre in Porthcurno with its selection of plays and operas, you can visit The Minack Theatre during the day and walk around the stage, if you would like to book a show then you must book early - it is extremely popular.
For those that enjoy Rosamunde Pilcher novels we can arrange Rosamunde Pilcher tours. Explore many places featured in her work, visit St Michael’s Mount from the novel 'Shell Seekers' and discover more in Penzance featured in the film 'Reflections'. Depending on the tide you can either walk across the causeway to the mount or go by boat which is always good fun.
If you enjoy looking around old and unusual houses then The National Trust has many beautiful properties in the county our favourites are Godolphin House Nr Helston, Lanhydrock Nr Bodmin and Trerice, Nr Newquay. If you are a fan of gardens and gardening then the Lost Gardens of Heligan are a must and the gardens at Trelissick.
Whatever you decide to do on holiday we believe you will experience it at Lanyon Holiday Cottages the perfect Cornish holiday destination.