With its many miles of rugged coastline, Cornwall abounds in small, picturesque fishing villages. One of these is Mousehole (pronounced “Mouzle”), a true Cornish gem on the Land’s End peninsula.
The village offers several pubs and cafes, as well as a number of attractions nearby, including St Michael’s Mount, Paradise Park, Land’s End and the Porthcurno Telegraph Museum among others. There are also fishing trips, plenty of walking, and several beaches nearby, not to mention the world famous open-air Minack Theatre. Christmas in Mousehole is a special time too, with the Christmas lights being a notable feature. However, you can also relax and just enjoy a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern living. The atmosphere of the place evokes an era when the pace of life was gentler, so why not let yourself be transported in a holiday cottage in this charming little village?