Outdoor space open year round.
Zennor Hill holds a majestic position overlooking West Penwith and the ancient site of Zennor Quoit.
Although not strictly on the Tin Coast, views from the top, which look out toward Gurnard’s Head, Bosigran and along the Tin Coast to Land’s End, have been the focal point for artists and poets of past and present.
Matt Retallick gives an account of W.S Grahams Poem ‘Two Poems on Zennor Hill’ in Chapter 9 of our Tin Coast Stories. Reflecting on the natural landscape, that Zennor Hill unveils, Matt tells us:
“People may come and go but I suppose it is nature that keeps it’s own steady rhythm. A symbol for the resilience and fortitude required to call West Cornwall home.”
AddressZennor Quoit, Zennor, Saint Ives, UK View on map
Buses from Zennor Turn (E)
The next bus from Zennor Turn (E) is expected to depart at 16:46