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Stones Reef Boatshed Activity Centre

Only ten minutes down the road from us, the Boatshed Activity Centre at Praa Sands offers a huge range of activities:

  • Surf lessons

  • Bodyboard lessons

  • Kayak lessons and tours

  • Paddleboard lessons and tours

  • Coasteering

  • Monster paddle boarding

  • Smugglers quest.

They also have a full hire centre offering everything you could need for a day at the beach, and the new Stones Reef Beach Bar and Kitchen offering drinks, coffee, cake and a full menu on the beach front.

Book your activities and find out more here.


St Michael's mount

Just a few miles from Foxglove Field is the village of Marazion, from which you get one of the most stunning views in the whole of Cornwall, looking over the water to the iconic and stunning island that is St Michael’s Mount. At low tide, you can cross the causeway and explore its ancient walls. Find out more here.



One of the undisputed jewels of Cornwall, The Minack Theatre in Porthcurno is one of the most stunning places in the world to watch theatre. In a venue carved into the cliff and overlooking the sea, enjoy a play and some of the best views in the UK. Book your visit here.

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Kernow Coasteering

Kernow Coasteering's experiences will give you a chance to see the wild side of Cornwall. Climb, scramble, swim and jump your way along the coastline, and get a whole different perspective that most will never see. Find out more about the range of coasteering and rock climbing activities here.

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Just 30 minutes from Foxglove Field is the world-famous Tate gallery at St Ives, while Penzance hosts the Newylyn Contemporary Art Gallery and the Exchange. Elsewhere, the villages and towns surrounding us are filled with local independent craft shops to explore and pick up gifts to take back home from local artists.

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Cornwall Underground Adventures

For the thrill-seekers, Cornwall Underground Adventures offer caving trips in Cornwall's abandoned tin mines. Go below the surface and discover the subterranean world carved out by the Cornish miners over hundreds of years. They offer a range of tours and difficulty levels to discover this important part of Cornish history. Find out more here.

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Lands End
Cycle Hire

Cycling is a great way to explore the beautiful Cornish countryside and there are lots of great cycling routes around us. Lands End Cycle Hire provides a huge range of bikes including hybrids, electric bikes, road bikes and mountain bikes. They provide a delivery service for multi day hires and groups of 4+, just bear in mind this depends on availability and you'll need to call ahead! Find out more here.

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Jubilee Pool

Jubilee Pool is a beautiful Art Deco seawater lido with a large main pool and a smaller geothermally heated pool. Typically the main pool is 1-2 degrees above sea temperature, while the geothermal pool is heated to 30-35 degrees via a 410m deep geothermal well. Tickets can be booked on their website here, and with the popularity of the geothermal pool, definitely book in advance!

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Ocean High

Paddle board in Marazion against the magical backdrop of St Michael's Mount with Ocean High. They are based just down the road from us and provide a variety of watersports activities, with lessons, equipment hire, and a range of other experiences on offer. Find out more here

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Penzance Helicopters

For those looking for something very special, Penzance Helicopters may be for you. They offer day trips to the beautiful Isles of Scilly, just a 15 minute helicopter flight, where you can discover deserted bays and subtropical gardens; embark on a kayak adventure or swim with seals; savour Scillonian seafood or walk through history. Your return flight takes a different route, offering unique views of the rugged cliffs, iconic sights and hidden coves of the Cornish coast. Find out more here.

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Based in Penzance, Blue Shark Snorkel offer a unique and unforgettable wildlife experience. They run day trips with small groups to encounter blue sharks in their natural environment.  Previous snorkelling experience is required, but they offer equipment and fin hire. Find out more and book your adventure here.

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Tremenheere is one of the most unique all-year-round gardens to visit in Cornwall.

The microclimate of kindly winter temperatures and shelter from the wind allow exotic and half-hardy plants to flourish. The dramatic landscape provides a beautiful backdrop to inspiring sculptural artworks by world renowned artists. In addition to the sculpture gardens, they also have a beautiful gallery and a restaurant, as well as a nursery offering an impressive collection of plants, specialising in rare and unusual succulent varieties. Find out more here.

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Sea Swim Cornwall are based in Penzance and offer swimming holidays, private bookings, one-off swims, events and coaching. They offer a range of excursions including 3-day group trips, privately booked holidays and wild swimming days out. With their expertise you'll experience the best parts of the coast with likeminded people, and have the opportunity to swim through caves, around St Michael's Mount, through remote fishing harbours or across white sand beaches. Find out more about the world-class swims here

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We're in a great spot to join the coastal path, and within walking distance of St Michael's Mount. Here are some of our favourite local walks.

Foxglove Field to St Michael's Mount


In just 40 minutes, you can walk from Foxglove Field to one of the best views in Cornwall (or the whole of the UK if you ask us). Heading down into Marazion and and then out on the causeway to St. Michael’s Mount is well worth the 2-mile trip.

Foxglove Field to prussia cove (loop)


If you’re fancying a longer coastal walk, the trail through the village of Goldsithney and down to the beautiful Prussia Cove is well worth the trip. The loop back to Foxglove Field will take you past the secret Piskies Cove and along Perranuthnoe beach with its cafes and galleries.

Foxglove Field to Perranuthnoe beach


We’d highly recommend checking out our local beach at Perranuthnoe and its cafes and galleries. If you don’t want to stop there, it’s also an ideal place to hop onto the South West Coast Path in either direction.

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Cornwall is, of course, known for its beaches, and at Foxglove Field you’re just minutes from some of the very best. Within half an hour of our spot, you can experience the gorgeous expanse and activities of Praa Sands, get your surf on at Sennen Cove, take in a number of art galleries at Perranuthnoe and beyond. For any type of afternoon at the seaside, we’ve got you covered.


Click on the beaches below to find out more of what to expect at each.

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The Peppercorn Cafe, Perranuthnoe

Situated at our local beach, The Peppercorn Cafe offers hot drinks and wholesome breakfasts and lunches, with daily specials also available. We can particularly recommend their courgette cake! Find out more here.

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The Cabin Beach Cafe, Perranuthnoe

Also at Perranuthnoe is the Cabin Beach Café, set just off the coast path. Dogs are welcome in its spacious garden, while the menu includes loads of great vegetarian and gluten free options. Get a closer look here.


The Godolphin, Marazion

Never mind the gorgeous views out to St. Michael’s Mount, The Godolphin is the perfect spot for beachside dining, drinks and light bites, a full brunch menu, dinner and cocktails and so much more… and it’s only a 20 minute walk from your home at Foxglove Field! See their menus here.

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The Victoria Inn, Perranuthnoe

One of the oldest inns in Cornwall, the Victoria is a quintessential English pub, with hearty food and local ales available to help you wind down after a day of exploring. See more of what they’ve got going on here.

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The Fire Engine, Marazion

Just down the road from the Godolphin is the Fire Engine, our favourite local pub. Here, they offer traditional pub food and woodfired pizzas, local beers and unbeatable views out to sea. Check them out before your visit here.

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The Mussel Shoal, Porthleven

Based out of a wooden hut on the gorgeous harbourside, The Mussel Shoal serves up delicious moules-frites among other sea-based delicacies and is one of the area’s most truly special dining experiences. For people looking for something even more unique, they also offer meal experiences on a pontoon in the middle of the harbour. Visit them on Instagram to get a taster.

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