Did you know...Tim Burton filmed ‘Alice in Wonderland’ at Antony House in 2008

Kingsand and Cawsand are twin villages just three minutes walking distance from one another, on the Rame Peinsula. The villages used to be divided by a stream and the painted sign can still be seen on the border cottage. Located in an area known as Cornwall’s ‘forgotten corner’ – the villages have remained untouched by time, giving Kingsand and Cawsand holidays a charming nostalgic quality. Kingsand’s striking scenery and unique climate have long made it a popular destination for artists, and a boat shed beside the sea houses the Westcroft Gallery.

Twenty five miles from Plymouth, Kingsand and Cawsand enjoy superb views of the city across the estuary. The Cawsand Ferry operates between Cawsand Beach and Plymouth throughout the summer, so a day out exploring the area during a kingsand or Cawsand holiday needn’t involve the worry of driving.

Rame Head to Kingsand

There are few parts of Cornwall more peaceful and naturally beautiful than the Rame Peninsula, and you can walk from the village of Kingsand to the landmark along the South West Coast Path. This is a six mile walk that takes in spectacular views along the way, so if you just want to take in the scenery and see some...

Kingsand & Cawsand History

Tucked in ‘Cornwall’s forgotten corner’, the whitewashed fishing villages of Kingsand and Cawsand lie on the peaceful Rame Peninsula. In spite of their picturesque whitewashed cottages and sloping streets the twin villages are home to some surprising historical secrets! Kingsand and Cawsand holiday cottages are surrounded by history, so have fun stepping into it... The Ancient Border Kingsand and Cawsand...
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