West Cornwall Golf Club
This golf course is one of the finest links courses in Cornwall that was first established in 1889.
The course has been moulded around the natural sand dunes landscape, making for a challenging and beautiful course.
The Links Holiday Flats are located within a 10-minute walk of the beach, so if you are looking for a break by the seaside, come and stay with us. There are numerous beaches a short distance away from us, including Carbis Bay, Porthminster Beach, Hayle Beaches, Gwithian, Godrevy and Porthmeor Beach. A short car ride to the south coast takes you to Marazion and Long Rock beaches and Penzance harbour.Learn More
The South West Coast Path runs right along The Links Holiday Flats, so you can enjoy these stunning views if you are into your hiking. St Michaels Way – the pilgrims way which goes across to Marazion – begins a short walk from the flats at the local church. We also recommend walking to Trencrom Hill, about 3 minutes walk away, where, from the top of the hill, you can view both St Ives and Penzance on the opposite coasts. We also recommend a trip to Botallack on the Zennor to St Just road, where there are significant abandoned mine workings and the area offers stunning views over the cliffs and the sea.Learn More
Eating and Drinking
Here are several local good pubs and restaurants in Hayle, Lelant, Carbis Bay and St Ives Bay. We can advise you when you get here of current favourites. Don’t forget the St Ives Food and Drink Festival in May, The Falmouth oyster festival in September, the Newlyn Fish Festival and many more.Learn More
This is a great place for the family, with more than 650 birds and 140 species in the park. You can feed the otters and penguins, visit the red pandas and enjoy the indoor play centre. Flying displays, rescue work and the training of birds of prey also take place at Paradise Park.Learn More
Museums and Art Galleries
The Tate St Ives is a popular destination for art lovers and a must-see now that is has re-opened with much more gallery space. The Tate along with the Barbara Hepworth Museum make an ideal day out and the local St Ives Bay/St Erth train is the perfect way of getting there. The Maritime museum in Falmouth is also worth seeing and you can view the large visiting ships across the harbour..Learn More
The Eden Project is a visitor attraction in Cornwall, England, UK. The project is located in a reclaimed china clay pit, located 2 km from the town of St Blazey and 5 km from the larger town of St Austell. See how dependent the human race is on plant life with this fascinating project in the heart of Cornwall.Learn More