Pendeen is a small friendly village in West Cornwall
Cornish history and stunning views
Pendeen is a small friendly village that has a rich heritage of Industrial Archaeology and world wide mining connections. There is a village store, post office, two public houses and a fish and chip shop all within walking distance. A bus Service from the village can take you too many different destinations if you do not want to drive.
The Coastal Footpath to Lands End or St Ives is nearby, and you can walk for miles on the Penwith Moors, where the remains of Chun Castle an Iron Age fort, and the Men an Tol are just some of the interesting sites of things past. Visit the Geevor Mine Heritage Centre for a underground experience and then stop by the cafe for a homemade pasty. Sit awhile in Boat Cove, or on the beach at Portheras. If bird watching is your hobby, we have many unusual feathered visitors to these shores at times.
We have a lot to offer you in Pendeen, no matter what time of the year you visit, so come stay with us, and see for yourselves this unique part of Cornwall that is still very much Cornish.