Bosula House is ideally situated for exploring the local area, whether your interest is wildlife, gardens, fabulous walks, or visiting some of the ancient landscapes and archaeological sites.
Lamorna is well known as an artist’s paradise and has been home to many famous painters, sculptors, and authors, and continues with a thriving artistic community today. Enjoy a walk or drive and see many places made famous by paintings and stories.
Visit the nearby fishing villages of Mousehole and Newlyn, meander through the narrow streets and take a break for a cream tea in one of the quaint teashops or local hostelries.
Travel to the world-famous Minack Theatre, (at Porthcurno, some 6 miles away) clinging on to the side of the cliff face, marvel at the building of this Theatre by Rowena Cade (visit the exhibition at the Minack), or visit the Telegraph Museum at Porthcurno where the first transatlantic telegraph cables came ashore linking Porthcurno to the rest of the world! A breathtakingly beautiful small sandy beach with crystal clear blue waters completes this small cove, well worth a visit.
The small market town of Penzance has many individual shops and boasts the newly-refurbished Art Deco lido – Jubilee Pool, situated at Penzance Promenade it is the perfect place for all ages to swim safely in fresh seawater.
West Cornwall offers something for everyone, from beaches to moorland, from gardens to ancient archaeological sites, plus, of course, the world famous St Michael’s Mount, set in glorious Mount’s Bay and accessible by foot over the causeway at low tide, and by boat when the tide is in.
So whether you want to walk, climb, swim, visit a cliff-top theatre, cycle, or just totally relax and enjoy some fine dining at our local restaurants, or eat at a laid-back small eatery, visit galleries and generally just chill-out, West Cornwall is the place to come.
From Penzance follow the A30 or New Road signposted toward Newlyn. Come through Newlyn on the the B3315 and continue towards Lamorna. You’ll pass Lamorna Pottery on the right-hand side. Continue aroudn 2 tight corners and Bosula House is the the turning immediately on your right.
Bosula House is on the main bus route from Penzance through to Lands End, taking in Porthcurno where the Minack Theatre clings to the side of the cliff. Enjoy the trip on the open-top bus, offering an unrivalled view of the countryside! You can continue on the bus through to St Ives and then back to Penzance and on to Lamorna, a circular day out!
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