About Mousehole - charming west Cornwall village
Mousehole is a traditional little Cornish village, once a thriving fishing port. It is a place accustomed to tourists from all over the world, and is well known as an artist’s haven.
It is steeped in history after being completely burned to the ground by Spanish invaders at the time of the Armada. Now it provides a typically Cornish feel, with cobbled streets, picturesque harbour and scenic coastal walks.
For most of December and January you will not fail to miss the Mousehole lights, which are funded by locals and charities and attract many tourists to enjoy the festive atmosphere of this little village. Through summer months you will find the town buzzing with life, narrow alleyways full of tourists with ice creams and pasties.
- Cliff Walking
- Beach Activities; Surfing, Sailing, Windsurfing, Kite Surfing
- Horse Riding
- Swimming, Snorkelling, Diving
- Day trips; Lands End, The Isles of Scilly, St.Ives, Newquay
- The Minack Outdoor Theatre
- St.Micheal’s Mount
- Trebah Gardens
- & much more!