Our friendly helpful “neighbour” owned his own holiday cottage and was passionately involved with maintaining this site at the time we were there,and you can tell that for him the work he did to improve the site was a true labour of love. Others were people like us on holiday, who owned their chalets bungalows or cottages. Lucky them- (We can only dream!),- and we found them to be like us quiet,respectful of one’s privacy,peace-loving and unobtrusive and as the site is a second home for some (the few residents spend their holidays here only)- was not at all over full. In fact the whole time we were there we probably had just 3 or four other families. Overall, we could not have asked for more from either Ann or Sunset cottage. Her rates (currently) are very very reasonable, probably one of the best bargains on the Lizard for this time of year.
What a brilliant time we had! The weather was great and it was so nice to see the children playing together on the green. Even the adults joined in with the game of rounders!
Mrs. S, Oxford
Trebah Gardens are lovely and exotic
Mrs. P, Portsmouth
Really spectacular circular walk from Mullion to Cury, then Gunwalloe Marshes, with cream teas at the cove, then back to Halzephron cliffs.
Mr. and Mrs. S
Wow! What a great place. First night we saw a seal at Kynance Cove. We love all the coves and Mullion is particularly impressive with the waves crashing over the breakwater.
Mr. and Mrs. A, Oxfordshire
Fantastic week, the girls have loved it.
Mr. and Mrs. S
Enjoyed a walk through Cadgwith to the Devil’s Frying Pan. St. Michael’s Mount was a fascinating outing. We’ve had a really good time and Anne’s Pasties are still the best!
Mr. and Mrs. J
High tide at Kynance – amazing. We went twice to witness the awe-inspiring waves crashing against the rocks. This sight alone is worth a 500 mile round trip and we can’t wait to visit again.
Mr. and Mrs. H
After long trip down Cornwall repaid us with some glorious weather. We can recommend the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Mr. and Mrs. S, Portsmouth
The weather was wonderful, the sea was surreal and the chalet was smashing! The monkfish from the Smugglers is magnificent!
Wonderful swimming at Kynance Cove.
What are friends for if not to introduce you to a chunk of paradise. Although only a too brief weekend, we have both fallen in love with the Lizard. Our special treat to ourselves was dinner at the Halzephron Inn at Gunwalloe Cove. (Halzephron means ‘cliffs of hell’)
Mr. and Mrs. P
All too brief but thoroughly enjoyable. Went to the Minack Theatre on Friday – what an experience – an outdoor theatre and well worth the trip.
Fantastic week. Best day out was the drive to St. Erth and getting the train to St. Ives.
A cracking stay again and Cornwall never disappoints!
I love it here at the Lizard. The chalet is really cute and cosy!
We got engaged. Woo Hoo!!
We have had a great time here in Cornwall. We had good weather and one of our favourite beaches was at Mawgan because it had lots of caves to visit. We also went on a ghost walk at St. Ives which was fun. The Lizard is lovely and we saw lots of seals at Lizard Point.