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Folk Customs:
Cornish Midsummer Bonfires
Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
Padstow 'Obby 'Oss
Quinquennial Knill Dance,
St Columb Hurling
Tom Bawcock's Eve

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Trereife Easter Food and Craft Fair

Cornwall Design Fair
Newlyn Fish Festival
Party in the Park
Trereife Country Fair
Trereife Summer Festival

Trereife Christmas Gifts Fair
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The Smugglers
"Found this place on the way through to Mousehole. Was with my partner and two teenage kids after a long day out and needed to eat. It caught my eye ..." More

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Newlyn is a busy fishing port in Cornwall with narrow cobbled lanes and whitewashed or granite faced cottages making this an artists delight. The harbour sees the fishing fleet going about their day, and the lighthouse at the end of the pier ensures their safe return. For wildlife lovers a visit to nearby Mousehole Wild Bird Sanctuary is an interesting interlude, or enjoy Paradise Park Wildlife Sanctuary, the delightful tropical garden is home to 400 different species, for smaller visitors why not pop into the Jungle Barn. Ancient Cornish history is there to be seen at Lanyon Quoit and Tregiffian Burial Chamber dating back to the Neolithic or Bronze Age period. Or perhaps the magnificent St Michael’s Mount will tempt, the magical Medieval masterpiece of castle and church where Pilgrims have worshiped for centuries shares it’s history unreservedly, whether you arrive by small boat or wait for low tide and walk across, it is a place where memories are made. Be prepared to be bewitched by the stunning beauty of Minack Theatre, carved out of the cliffs with the sparkling sea as a backdrop and is definitely one visit not forgotten. Or follow in the footsteps of Smugglers at Prussia Cove where evocative and haunting thoughts of centuries past are easily conjured.


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Dolphin Inn
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China Garden
Fishermans Arms
Palm Restaurant
The Meadery
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Newlyn Junior & Infants School
Stepping Stones Preschool


Higher Faugan
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Stone’s Taxis


The Centre Newlyn


Ian Lentern Butchers
Newlyn Bakery
Williams & Simons Bakers
Trelawney Fish
Seafood Cornwall
Harvey & Sons Fishmongers
W Stevenson & Son Fishmongers
Aunty Mays
Plants For All Seasons
Newlyn Art Gallery
Helen Feiler Gallery
Badcocks Gallery

Places to Stay near Newlyn

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Panorama Guest House (0.17 miles)

Panorama Guest House
With spectacular views of Mount's Bay and The Lizard Peninsula, the newly refurbished Panorama Guest House is ideal for exploring West Cornwall. The Panorama is at the top of Chywoone Hill. Land's End is a ... More | visit website
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The Smugglers (0.19 miles)

The Smugglers

The Smugglers sits in an elevated position overlooking Newlyn harbour and Mount's Bay. We are one mile from Penzance and Mousehole and eight miles from Land's End. Newlyn has the largest fishing fleet in the south ... More | visit website

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Higher Faugan Parc (0.46 miles)

Higher Faugan Parc

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Higher Faugan Built in 1904 as the family home of artists Stanhope & Elizabeth Forbes. Recently reopened after refurbishment with the addition of 4 suites in the north wing, originally ... More

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Higher Faugan (0.46 miles)

Higher Faugan
The north wing of the house; originally the artist studio; now comprises of 4 luxury suites. Suites sleep 2/4 are comfortably and tastefully furnished; incorporating king size beds; sofas; LCD TV's; en-suite bathrooms with bath ... More | visit website
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Trereife House (0.85 miles)

Trereife House
Trereife House (pronounced Treave), a beautiful centuries old family owned Estate, steeped in history, is being lovingly restored by the 7th generation family and is now open to the public. The predominantly Queen Anne Manor ... More | visit website
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Rosalie Guest House (0.93 miles)

Rosalie Guest House
Welcome to Rosalie Guest House in Penzance, a traditional cut granite stone faced Victorian Town House situated in the very attractive Alexandra Road within the Penzance Conservation area. Leading down to the famous Penzance Promenade, ... More | visit website
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Pendennis (0.93 miles)


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This family run guest house is a short walk from the Promenade and centre of Penzance and offers freindly atmosphere, we support "Fairtrade" and all produce is quality locaally sourced. ... More

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Duporth Guest House (0.94 miles)

Duporth Guest House
Duporth Guest House is an elegant Victorian building set in a conservation area just off Penzance Promenade. We have magnificent uninterrupted sea views across Mounts Bay and the small fishing village of Newlyn. The guesthouse ... More | visit website
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Venton Vean (1.01 miles)

Venton Vean
Newly opened, Venton Vean (Cornish for “little spring”) is a beautifully restored period home and garden in historic Penzance overlooking Penlee Park and minutes’ walk from the seafront and town centre (with cafes, galleries and ... More | visit website
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Sea Waves B&B (1.06 miles)

Sea Waves B&B
There are plenty of things to do out and about. You could hire bicycles and take a ride around Penzance, or go on a fishing trip or pleasure boat trip to look for sea-life. You ... More | visit website

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