Peacefully located on the outskirts of Heamoor village, just north of Penzance, Boscrowan provides a secluded haven whilst offering easy access to Penzance’s excellent facilities. Heamoor itself is approximately one quarter of a mile from Boscrowan and has some useful amenities for guests including a very well stocked licensed Costcutter supermarket, a pub, a fish and chip shop, a baker and a post office. Further details of these facilities such as opening times etc. can be found inside our cottages. Our nearest bus stops are also in Heamoor.

pz-chapelst-2Penzance, an ancient market town with fine Georgian and Regency architecture, hosts a good selection of interesting shops, restaurants and cafés. The town is also well served with two major supermarkets. Set in the sheltered corner of St. Mount’s Bay the area is dominated by the historic St. Michael’s Mount and it offers one of the most temperate climates in the UK. The restored art deco Jubilee Pool (pictured, right) located between the promenade and harbour is the UK’s largest open air seawater lido and is a wonderful safe place to relax against a stunning backdrop.

There are many fine beaches on the doorstep including Sennen Cove renowned for its surf and the unspoilt beaches at Porthcurno and Praa Sands. Penzance is also ideally situated for Truro and Falmouth and The Eden Project is less than an hours drive away. Both Penzance and nearby Newlyn have a thriving arts scene with several art galleries.

Penzance harbourGood links to the rest of the UK are provided by the mainland rail network, of which Penzance is the southernmost station. A reliable local bus service also gives holiday makers alternative options for exploring the area. Long distance coach services from Penzance operate daily to all major cities and centres throughout the country with either direct routes or connecting services. There is also a taxi rank at Penzance station.