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Really cool spot to visit... needs a clear day really. The canteen is a great place to eat. Best googled.
When the Pilgrim Fathers sailed for America from Plymouth, this chapel was their last sight of England. An almost spiritual place - with amazing views - and don’t miss the wild ponies.
A must see is Rame head ! Especially as your in the Rame Peninsula. Easy parking, gentle walking.
Beautiful coastal walk and viewpoint with a historic monument at the top of the Headland
Panoramic views. Perfect vantage point for dolphin watching. Part of south west coast path. Part of Whitsand Bay. Dartmoor ponies freely roam. Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)
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“Antony House is an 18th-Century house set within a magnificent landscape garden, still home to the Carew Pole family Discover the story of a family who became caught up in the extraordinary events of the English Civil War. Their history is bound up in this beautiful house, which is still the home of the Carew Pole family today. A house of silver grey stone, Antony is a beguiling mixture of the formal and informal. It's believed to be one of the finest surviving Queen Anne buildings in the West Country. View the outstanding collection of portraits, including works by Sir Joshua Reynolds and a famous painting of Charles I during his trial. There are also fine examples of period furniture, textiles and tapestries. Breathe in the sweeping views as you explore the landscape garden, which includes a formal garden with topiary, modern sculptures and the National Collection of Daylilies. The magic of Antony was captured by director Tim Burton, as a film location for his blockbuster, Alice in Wonderland.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Large Waitrose 3.5 miles away, with cafe. It's Waitrose - what more can I say . . . ?! ”
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“Located between Rame Head and Portwrinkle this is one of the best beaches in this part of Cornwall. Whitsand Bay consists of a stretch of sand approaching 4 miles in length towards low tide where several smaller coves join up. Access to the beach is tricky at the best of times owing to the steep, high cliff paths from car parks at either end. The easiest access is from the car park near Tregantle Fort leading to Long Sands beach. Whilst the fort is a remnant of coastal defences from the Napoleonic era the area is still in use by the military. When the Tregantle Fort firing is operating red flags are flown and access is strictly prohibited. The other car park is located near Sharrow Point and leads down to Freathy and Tregonhawke Beach. Whitsand Bay has a reputation for strong rip currents which makes swimming here potentially treacherous. There is seasonal lifeguard cover, but caution is advised.”
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“Stunning views with a breakfast 🍳 have a long walk down Whitsands bay 🐶 friendly ”
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