Things to do
Located in the far west of Cornwall, there’s plenty to see and do nearby.
The Minack Theatre
This sensational outdoor theatre has to be seen to be believed! Located just down the road from Treen, it’s certainly worth a visit. Built into the cliffs almost a century ago, and mostly by hand, this remarkable theatre is an incredibly special place to watch a live performance, or simply to visit for a tour.
Staying in Treen means you’ll be close to the iconic Land’s End landmark. But it’s more than just a landmark; visitors can enjoy a day experiencing one of the several onsite attractions, taking in the stunning views and, of course, having a photo taken next to the famous Land’s End signpost.
Tanglewood Wild Gardens
Also located in west Cornwall is the magical world of Tanglewood Wild Gardens. Explore nine acres of wild gardens and woodland, home to an abundance of wildlife, quirky sculptures and interactive games. Pack a picnic and enjoy it with the family, amidst the sounds and sights of nature.
Porthcurno Telegraph Museum
The once unassuming village of Porthcurno became vital in the world of communications when, 150 years ago, the first international telegraph cable was brought ashore at Porthcurno, connecting Britain to India and later, the British Empire. Visit the museum to find our how the quiet valley of Porthcurno became host to the past, present and future of worldwide communications.
St Michael's Mount
When visiting west Cornwall, be sure to allocate time for a trip to the iconic St Michael’s Mount. This incredible tidal island, complete with castle is a truly magical place to visit. Be sure to check out the tide times before your visit to see if the causeway will be clear to walk across, or whether you’ll need to hop on one of the regular ferry boats.