Simon Cook's picture of Penwith moorland, faces distant Carn Galver, itself overlooking the spectacular North Cornwall coastline and Atlantic horizon: taken just a few minutes walk away from Ding Dong Cottages.
Sensational seascapes, lyrical landscapes, wild walks and magical moorland
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Left to right: Bal Cottage, Ding Dong Cottage, The Loft, and Ding Dong engine-house far right
The Cottages are within easy walking distance of many ancient sites, which include the iron-age village of Chycauster, The Nine Maidens, Lanyon Quoit, the Mên-an-Tol and Chûn Castle, surrounded on three sides by the Penwith Moors, which stretch all the way from Land’s End to St Ives; rediscover the natural world.
The Loft garden and sundial
Not excessively modernised, the cottages are comfortable, well equipped and restful, there is no passing traffic and you may walk without limit in any direction.
Guests have occasionally walked to St Ives and back, returning tired but triumphant! And on a clear night the sky is spectacular, revealing the stars and planets without the light pollution which obscures the seeing in town and city skies.
Ding Dong Cottages - 25 years of Unique Holiday Accommodation - 1993 to 2018
Self-catering accommodation, described by some of our many satisfied visitors as, 'in the midst of nature',
'a special place', 'peaceful, undisturbed'.