Wednesday, 2 July 2014

When the fields come alive

If you’ve been spending more time outdoors, enjoying the rugged coastline, secluded beach spots and the fresh sea breeze on a summer’s day, then you will have found Cornwall’s unique and awe inspiring beauty everywhere.

The West Pentire Headland is no exception and if you’re looking to explore some of the County’s most breathtaking views this summer, then Crantock is one location which will really awaken your senses and remind you why Cornwall is one of the most stunning corners of the earth.

In the last few weeks, West Pentire has been adorned by a sea of scarlet, with Poppies injecting their usual display of colour into the scenic point.

The Bowgie Inn is just a stone’s throw away and with live entertainment and great offers all Summer long and an Ale Festival just around the corner, there’s nowhere else we’d rather be this summer.

Live, Laugh, Love at The Bowgie

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