Cornwall is known for its gorgeous coastline, with summer sea’s that replicate that of the Carribean climate. With a culture that includes daily fresh caught seafood, crystal clear waters and a heritage that dates back to the time of the smugglers, Cornwall is so much more than just another British County.
We’re situated within the ‘Forgotten Corner‘ known as the borders of Devon and Cornwall, a close proximity to many gorgeous areas of Cornwall and it’s fabulous to see that some local fishing villages have been labelled one of the 15 most beautiful places to visit in Cornwall, by Skyscanner with Cawsand and Kingsand coming in at #3.
Kingsand & Cawsand
Distance for Whitsand Bay Fort – approx. 5 minutes drive.
Kingsand & Cawsand are two picturesque fishing villages that join our coastline on the Rame Peninsula where we join our mixed heritage as once a popular spot for smugglers. 45 minutes from Britains Ocean City ‘Plymouth’ and a 5 minutes drive from the resort, we sit together within the enviable and untouched location of ‘the forgotten corner of Cornwall’. Stroll through the windy cobble paths and find yourself a historic pub for lunch on the seafront, where you’ll find fishermen catching their daily batch for the local restaurants. But don’t let us ruin it for you, stay at the Fort and discover the Rame today.