Mousehole, Cornwall (50th post!)

Wednesday 19th February 2020

For the February half term, we decided to go somewhere calm and not very far away. We stayed in a place called Greenman Cottage which had large walls designed in case of a heavy storm. Mousehole is a town by the sea (in case you hadn’t guessed) with some nice walks, cafes and shops. It is easy to get to on train by taking a train to Penzance and then walking or taking a taxi to Mousehole. If you want, you can go to Newlyn and go to Lewis’s Fish and Chips, which does (probably) the best fish and chips around!

If you want, you can go to Land’s End (or beginning, depends on how you look at it!) which has a centre which sells pasties, sandwiches, and some adventure places that the family can go to. It was a nice place to photograph, yet it was very windy!

It’s also just a short drive from Trebah Gardens, which are similar to Kew (I made a post about Kew once) but Trebah is based in a valley and has a beach at the sea at the bottom. Even though it’s small, it’s amazing and nice to walk around.

I would recommend Mousehole to anyone who wants a relaxing holiday in Cornwall. You can get to many attractions from this nice seaside town!

5 Comments Add yours

  1. That sea looks a bit stormy. I wouldn’t want to be in a little fishing boat in those waves

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  2. Johnny says:

    Very windy this week

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  3. camper1954 says:

    Thanks for another interesting story. Congratulations on your 50fh post.

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    1. silastravels says:

      Thank you very much!


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