Guests can relax and unwind in the spacious and comfortable bedrooms.All rooms except for our single room are en-suite with either a shower or a bath and shower. Most rooms have a sea view and all benefit from the peace and quiet of the no-through lane where we are situated.The late Neolithic and Bronze Age saw the introduction of the constructing of stone circles, standing stones (menhirs) and stone alignments.Monuments such as the Merry Maidens stone circle near Penzance, the Dry tree menhir on Goonhilly Downs and the Men an Tol (Cornish for holed stone) on the Land's End peninsula are examples of the many monuments which can be found right across Cornwall.
Axeheads from this period have been found in Cornwall evidencing the presence here of the earliest hunter-gatherers.
The dining room includes separate tables and is the place to be for a freshly prepared hearty full cooked breakfast, some muesli with fresh fruit and yoghurt..... Special dietary requirements are gladly catered for with prior arrangement.
We are a children and dog friendly establishment and offer a laundry service, kit and boot drying facilities, luggage transfer and also packed lunches for those who wish to head off and explore the downs and coves. The Lizard is known worldwide for it's breath taking and unique coastal scenery.
Around 4500BC the Neolithic period (New Stone Age) began and it is from this period that the earliest monuments survive.
The people of the Neolithic period had a knowledge of agriculture and constructed permanent settlements. This settlement within a tor enclosure is sited on the summit of a very prominent rock strewn hill which commands excellent views over the surrounding countryside.