The blissful sun shining over Cornwall has brought the County to life, and we can’t help but feel a bit glib that we may just live in one of the most stunning corners of the earth.
Here at the Bowgie we’ve been soaking up the summer fun, with everything from the World Cup frenzy to a refreshing pint in our Beer Garden with friends, overlooking the glistening turquoise waters on the horizon.
Let’s face it, who wants to be stuck indoors in this?! And Crantock is the place to be.
Boasting some of the most breathtaking views in Cornwall, the West Pentire Headland makes for the perfect coastal stroll.
Whilst being wowed by the scenery along the 3.3 mile walk, you’ll realise this was just what you needed. See whole fields scarlet with poppies and other rare meadow plants, with lots of sandy grassland, rich in wild flowers, like cowslip and pyramidal orchid.
In fact the West Pentire headland is a site of ‘special scientific interest’ for its spectacular array of wild flowers and rare plants.
The rugged coastline, with its little inlets, gullies and coves can be seen along the way, and, if you’re lucky, you’ll even catch a glimpse of a seal or two, as they regularly frequent this area, using the rocks to rest or sunbathe on when it’s warm.
Can we top that? Well of course!
Every glorious day is followed by an unforgettable night at the Bowgie, and with live acts, an Ale Festival, not to mention the World Cup bonanza and delicious food, we’ve got something for everybody.