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Attractions near Burnt Toast Cottage

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Trengwainton Garden (4 Miles)*
Occupying a sheltered south-facing position at the westernmost toe of Cornwall, Trengwainton Garden has views of Mounts Bay, easily identified by the rocky St Michaels Mount just offshore.
Chysauster Ancient Village (6 Miles)*
Chysauster Ancient Village offers a glimpse into the life of Celtic Cornwall. The Original inhabitants of this ancient settlement occupied the site almost 2,000 years ago.
Wayside Folk Museum (8 Miles)*
Cornwall's oldest private museum, the collection has over 5,000 items in 16 display areas and includes an extensive collection of photographs and information on people who have lived in the area.
Godolphin (10 Miles)*
For those who would like to see the practical side of the National Trust, a visit during the restoration of the Godolphin property near Helston is the ideal opportunity to do so.
The Flambards Experience (13 Miles)*
The Flambards Experience is more than just a Theme Park and has intrigued, entertained and thrilled thirteen million visitors over 35 seasons.
National Seal Sanctuary (16 Miles)*
Discover the Sanctuary's vital seal rescue work, with more than 40 abandoned pups cared for by the dedicated team of experts in our fully-equipped hospital and spacious outdoor rehabilitation pools.
The Lizard and Kynance Cove (17 Miles)*
Although most people think of Land's End as being the "end" of the British Isles, nearby Lizard Point is actually the most southerly point in Britain.
Glendurgan Gardens (19 Miles)*
Glendurgan Gardens is one of the great sub-tropical gardens which can be found scattered throughout the mild South West of England.
Trebah Garden (19 Miles)*
Trebah is a uniquely beautiful, 26 acre Cornish ravine garden - the wild and magical result of 160 years of inspired and dedicated creation.
Penjerrick Garden (20 Miles)*
Penjerrick is an uncommercialised 10-acre garden created by the 19th century Fox family.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Burnt Toast Cottage
Mousehole (2 Miles)*
Moushole (pronounced 'Mouzle') the name is thought to derive from a smuggler's cave south of the village. The village was once a major pilchard landing port and retains considerable character.
Newlyn (2 Miles)*
Newlyn is the largest fishing port in England and Wales and lies south of Penzance. The colony of artists who gathered to paint in Newlyn, became known as The Newlyn School.
Penzance (4 Miles)*
Penzance is situated at the northwest corner of mount's Bay facing St. Michael's Mount. Penzance is a bustling town and harbour and has Cornwall's only promenade; the climate here is so mild that palm trees and tropical plants thrive.
Porthcurno (4 Miles)*
The name Porthcurno, means 'Port Cornwall'. Porthcurno has an exquisite beach strewn with tiny white shells.
Madron (5 Miles)*
Marazion (6 Miles)*
Marazion is Cornwall's oldest charter town, it has a cluster of cottages set among winding streets and palm trees, which overlooks Mounts Bay.
Land's End (7 Miles)*
Pendeen (8 Miles)*
Germoe (8 Miles)*
Zennor (8 Miles)*
Zennor is an enchanting moorland village west of St Ives. The twelfth century church has the famed bench end carving of 'the mermaid of Zennor'.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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