Coverack is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Home to 2 stunning beaches, historic harbour and handful of eateries and shops. Spend a day relaxing on the beach - you’re never too old for rock pooling or sandcastles.
Fish off of the Harbour wall, take a boat trip. Keep your eyes peeled for Seals and Dolphins.
Turn left out of the cottage and walk the SW coastal path to Roskilly’s Farm. Known throughout the UK for its organic Ice cream. Roskilly’s is a working farm, open to the public. Take a stroll around the meadows and meet the animals.
Whilst on the coastal path, you may be lucky enough to meet our very friendly wild ponies that very often graze on the headland, known as Chynhalls Point. Just 15 minutes leisurely walk from Corner Cottage it is an important habitat for some of the rare and beautiful plants for which the Lizard is renowned. From here you can also drop down to the usually deserted Mears Beach.
Cornwall’s South West Coast path stretches the entire length of south west England from Somerset to Dorset. It’s 630 miles of coastline and one of the most stunning coastal paths in the world. Along the way, you’ll be rewarded by incredible views of clear blue sea, dramatic rocks and the opportunity to scramble down onto deserted white sandy coves.
The watersports centre offers kayaks and stand-up paddleboards to hire and windsurfing tuition for all water enthusiasts.
Turn right out of the cottage and walk the SW coastal path to Kennack Sands. Stop off on the way and visit the Terence Coventry Sculpture Park. Internationally renowned Coventry exhibits works on every continent. Set on a cliff top , in 3 meadows. It’s hidden, its free and it is the cherry on Coverack’s cake.
Cruise on the Helford River, taking in the mesmerising Frenchman’s Creek. On the way back to Coverack visit the village of Helford and stop for a pint at the Shipwright’s Arms. Enjoy the stunning views across Helford Passage and admire the wading birds at low tide.
The perfect Cornish escape .