Looking to book a Cornish getaway? Well look no further than the Rame Peninsula. We have a variety of cottages that offer three-night stays out of season.
Day 1 – Arrival
Be sure to book a table at The Devonport before your arrival, situated on The Cleave perched above Kingsand Beach with stunning views across Plymouth Sound. Head chef Jerome mixes his French heritage with the best Cornish produce, fishing daily with local fisherman to bring in a fresh catch.
Day 2 –
Grab a delicious coffee from The Stores in Kingsand then head for a walk along the South West Coast path and through the deer park at Mount Edgcumbe Country Park. The Farriers, a family run café serving locally sourced breakfast and lunches is situated in the Stables to the side of Mount Edgcumbe House, a fantastic setting to grab a bite to eat for lunch.
On the way back, why not try a cocktail from The Garrison Gallery, located in the Barrack block at Maker Heights it’s a truly unique venue. The cocktails are incredible and certainly the best around! Also check out Patchwork Studios next door for comedy, live music and spoken word events.
The Canteen is renowned for its mouth-watering breakfasts with a view, sit outside and enjoy views across the whole of the peninsula below.
to Whitsand Bay for a beach walk that stretches three miles along the coast.
Don’t leave the Rame Peninsula without walking along Whitsand Bay’s three-mile beach. Check the tides are low and head to the cliff, the walk down can be a little challenging for certain beaches. For people with children or elderly the easiest path is Tregantle. Zinns coffee & cake is a hot drink truck regularly found at the top of Tregantle beach offering incredible hot drinks and cakes. A well-deserved treat after a long walk.
Day 4 – Departure
Don’t forget to grab a bottle of Kingsand Gin to take home with you. Organic Cornish gin with natural coastal botanicals, a souvenir to remember this special place, Cornwall’s Forgotten Corner.