Perranuthnoe is a village cove with a lovely sandy beach. The village is just 7 miles east of Penzance on the south Cornish coast in Mount’s Bay between Marazion and Prussia Cove with, the award winning Victoria Inn, one of the oldest pubs in Cornwall. It is also an ideal base for a proper Cornish holiday with opportunities to walk and explore the Cornish heritage of the Penwith area as well as experience some of the very best Cornish food and drink. The iconic St Michael’s Mount is a short walk away.
In addition to the Victoria Inn the village also has a small craft centre consisting of shops offering basic provisions, arts and crafts and the Peppercorn Cafe serving traditional fayre as well as foods with a Mediterranean base. There is also a beach cabin offering drinks, snacks, ice creams, etc.
Further historical information about the village can be found in the church. The village also has its own website: www.perranuthnoe.com which is a great way to keep up to date with all the activities in the village including news, events, notices, etc
We have lived in Perranuthnoe since 2001 originally living in Morlais before moving ‘up the lane’ in order to let Morlais as a holiday cottage. In 2007, we acquired The Nest, our second holiday cottage in the village. We thoroughly enjoy the sense of community the village offers.
Both cottages are very different and we have returning guests at each property. We also have some guests who like to stay in Morlais during the summer months and then stay in the Nest in the depths of winter. Morlais offers a sense of a traditional beach house and The Nest offers a cosy luxurious feel.