Camilla House

Accommodation for The Discerning Traveller

Find out more about the Camilla House and what is on offer.

The Camilla House is the ideal base for those who wish to explore the rich offerings of West Cornwall and further afield.

Follow the links below to access more information about the Camilla House.

Path to the beach

Further Information

Use the following sections to access external web sites offering information on the great outdoors in Cornwall

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Camilla House - Outdoor attractions...

Whether it be spectacular beaches, rugged coastline or remote moorland walks that you seek, West Cornwall has plenty to offer. The Camilla House is ideally suited for the great Cornish outdoors, and as a Corporate Sponsor of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust there is plenty of extra information and guides available to make your explorations more enjoyable.

 
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  • Mousehole
    Once outside the front door of the Camilla House there is so much in to see and visit in the great Cornish outdoors, why not start with a gentle walk to nearby Mousehole?
  • Mullion Cove
    Venture down to the Lizard Peninsula and visit beautiful & remote areas like Mullion Cove
  • Lizard Point
    And down to the most southerly tip of mainland Britain - Lizard Point
  • Lands End
    To the west of Camilla House lies the world famous Land's End - visit by cycling, public transport, in the car or walking along the South West Coast Path
  • Cape Cornwall
    No matter what time of year the Cornish outdoors provides breath-taking beauty - here looking from Cape Cornwall toward Land's End in a Winter storm
  • Gwennap Head
    Walking on the South West Coast Path brings you to many dramatic sections of the coastline, here at Gwennap Head between Land's End and Porthgwarra
  • Lamorna
    Heading back from Porthcurno to Penzance will bring you to Lamorna Cove
  • Godrevy
    While on the north coast there is the famous Godrevy Island and its light house
  • Tintagel
    Explore the land of Arthurian legends with places like Tintagel
  • Beach
    Or simply walk along uncluttered beaches to enjoy the fresh Atlantic air
  • Autumn Hedgerow
    There are plenty of walks away from the coast that bring you into the country, here a typical Cornish Hedgerow in Autumn
  • Winter Walk
    Enjoy the outdoors in Winter, although Cornwall has a much milder climate than many other parts of the UK it does occasionally snow
  • Rinsey Head
    A land for all seasons, if you like walking then the cliff tops in Spring offer wonderful colours and views
  • Botallack Count House
    Even in the middle of an industrial landscape like at Botallack (here is the Count House) the flora and fauna can occupy you for hours
  • Cloutie Tree
    You never know what you will find in Cornwall while exploring outdoors - here's a Cloutie Tree near Madron Well

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Public transport is a good option for accessing many of the areas of West Cornwall, or borrow some of the bicycles available at the Camilla House to roam around the Cornish lanes.

Walking on the South West Coast Path or exploring many of the inland paths and trails is a delight. Why not order a packed lunch or picnic hamper from the Camilla House to make your day-out a comfortable one.

Wildlife is in abundance from the unique fauna & flora in West Cornwall through great bird-watching opportunities and the chance of marine trips to see basking sharks, dolphins & porpoises and seals. There some excellent specialist guides operating from Penzance and their respective web sites can be seen on the left.

To try something a little different, consider a guided walking tour with Western Discoveries - see the web site from links on the left.