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Whether you're thirsty for adventure or hungry for new experiences, this interactive 'Plan Your Visit' guide has been designed to give a tailored snapshot of what Land's End can offer you on a day out or short break.

Based on the criteria you select below, we hope you find the subsequent activity and accommodation suggestions useful in planning your day visit or extended stay at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

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Adults – Spring – Day Visit – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Landmark attractions!

Book your attraction tickets online and collect on arrival at the visitor centre to save money and make the most of your day! 

Throw yourself straight into our brand new Shaun the Sheep Experience, a Ewe-nique and Baaa-rilliant attraction for the young and the young at heart, venture into our state-of-the-art 4D cinema and immerse yoursf in a cutting edge showing of ‘The Lost World’, an adventure forty million years in the making.

After regaining your composure, throw yourself into Arthur’s Quest, an interactive world of discovery, accept Merlin’s terrifying challenge and discover plenty of spine-chilling surprises as you seek the terrible lair of the Dragon.  Enjoy a more relaxed experience at Greeb Farm, a restored 200 year old Cornish farmstead where young and old can meet the animals, and learn all about the extraordinary tales of the ‘end to enders’ in the End to End Story.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Explore a store!

Visit The West Country Shopping Village and we’ll tempt you with three specialist shops, all offering items unique to this unforgettable corner of the British Isles. Penwith House was originally built as a temperance hotel for Victorian visitors to Land’s End who preferred an establishment with no alcohol on the premises. Today, this charming old building is home to a shop selling nautically-themed gifts, souvenirs and confectionery.

The First and Last House was originally opened by a lady called Gracie Thomas who served travellers at Land’s End with welcome food and drink, plus pieces of local granite as souvenirs. Nowadays, the First & Last House still offers gifts, toys and refreshments including, of course, real Cornish ice cream.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Take a seat to eat!

From traditional snacks and meals in the Land’s End Restaurant and the Cornish Pantry to a wide range of refreshments in the First & Last House or the Kiosk there’s never any need to explore Land’s End on an empty stomach. We have everything you need to stay fuelled and energised as you explore this stunning part of West Cornwall and immerse yourself in a day out at Land’s End.

We try to source as much of our food locally as possible, and many of our meals are freshly prepared at Land’s End each day.

Please check our opening times for further details. 

Adults – Summer – Day Visit – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

Landmark attractions!

Book your attraction tickets online and collect on arrival at the visitor centre to save money and make the most of your day! 

Throw yourself straight into our brand new Shaun the Sheep Experience, a Ewe-nique and Baaa-rilliant attraction for the young and the young at heart, venture into our state-of-the-art 4D cinema and immerse yoursf in a cutting edge showing of ‘The Lost World’, an adventure forty million years in the making.

After regaining your composure, throw yourself into Arthur’s Quest, an interactive world of discovery, accept Merlin’s terrifying challenge and discover plenty of spine-chilling surprises as you seek the terrible lair of the Dragon.  Enjoy a more relaxed experience at Greeb Farm, a restored 200 year old Cornish farmstead where young and old can meet the animals, and learn all about the extraordinary tales of the ‘end to enders’ in the End to End Story.

Music and magic in the skies!

Join us for a thrilling cocktail of pyrotechnical wizardry that lasts all summer long, with vibrant explosions lighting-up Land’s End every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 23rd July until 27th August.

Please check our events calendar for further details.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Take a seat to eat!

From traditional snacks and meals in the Land’s End Restaurant, the Cornish Pantry and The Bakehouse to a wide range of refreshments in the First & Last House, the Kiosk, the Land’s End Doughnut Company or the Ice Cream Parlour there’s never any need to explore Land’s End on an empty stomach. We have everything you need to stay fuelled and energised as you explore this stunning part of West Cornwall and immerse yourself in a day out at Land’s End.

We try to source as much of our food locally as possible, and many of our meals are freshly prepared at Land’s End each day.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Explore a store!

Visit The West Country Shopping Village and we’ll tempt you with three specialist shops, all offering items unique to this unforgettable corner of the British Isles. Penwith House was originally built as a temperance hotel for Victorian visitors to Land’s End who preferred an establishment with no alcohol on the premises. Today, this charming old building is home to a shop selling nautically-themed gifts, souvenirs and confectionery.

The First and Last House was originally opened by a lady called Gracie Thomas who served travellers at Land’s End with welcome food and drink, plus pieces of local granite as souvenirs. Nowadays, the First & Last House still offers gifts, toys and refreshments including, of course, real Cornish ice cream.

Please check our opening times for further details. 

Adults – Autumn – Day Visit – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Landmark attractions!

Book your attraction tickets online and collect on arrival at the visitor centre to save money and make the most of your day! 

Throw yourself straight into our brand new Shaun the Sheep Experience, a Ewe-nique and Baaa-rilliant attraction for the young and the young at heart, venture into our state-of-the-art 4D cinema and immerse yoursf in a cutting edge showing of ‘The Lost World’, an adventure forty million years in the making.

After regaining your composure, throw yourself into Arthur’s Quest, an interactive world of discovery, accept Merlin’s terrifying challenge and discover plenty of spine-chilling surprises as you seek the terrible lair of the Dragon.  Enjoy a more relaxed experience at Greeb Farm, a restored 200 year old Cornish farmstead where young and old can meet the animals, and learn all about the extraordinary tales of the ‘end to enders’ in the End to End Story.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Take a seat to eat!

From traditional snacks and meals in the Land’s End Restaurant and the Cornish Pantry to a wide range of refreshments in the First & Last House, the Kiosk or the Ice Cream Parlour there’s never any need to explore Land’s End on an empty stomach. We have everything you need to stay fuelled and energised as you explore this stunning part of West Cornwall and immerse yourself in a day out at Land’s End.

We try to source as much of our food locally as possible, and many of our meals are freshly prepared at Land’s End each day.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Explore a store!

Visit The West Country Shopping Village and we’ll tempt you with three specialist shops, all offering items unique to this unforgettable corner of the British Isles. Penwith House was originally built as a temperance hotel for Victorian visitors to Land’s End who preferred an establishment with no alcohol on the premises. Today, this charming old building is home to a shop selling nautically-themed gifts, souvenirs and confectionery.

The First and Last House was originally opened by a lady called Gracie Thomas who served travellers at Land’s End with welcome food and drink, plus pieces of local granite as souvenirs. Nowadays, the First & Last House still offers gifts, toys and refreshments including, of course, real Cornish ice cream.

Please check our opening times for further details. 

Adults – Winter – Day Visit – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Storm watching!

The West Country is the stormiest part of England, and the Cornish coast has gale-force winds on about 24 days of the year, holding the record for the strongest gusts in England (118mph at Gwennap Head, near Land's End, and 105mph at the Lizard in December 1979). December and January are the best months for storm watching, especially from the warmth of the Land’s End Hotel & Restaurant.

Take a seat to eat!

Treat yourself and relax in the Land’s End Restaurant– join us for a lunchtime or evening meal, select a drink from the bar or savour a homemade Cornish Cream Tea. Choose from a range of fresh local fish, succulent steaks or vegetarian options and enjoy the spectacular views across the Atlantic Ocean.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Explore a store!

Visit The West Country Shopping Village and we’ll tempt you with three specialist shops, all offering items unique to this unforgettable corner of the British Isles. Spoil yourself with our huge selection of products including scrumptious Cornish ales, leisurewear, local jewellery and so much more.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Adults – Spring – Short Break – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Landmark attractions!

Book your attraction tickets online and collect on arrival at the visitor centre to save money and make the most of your day!  If you’re staying with us at the Land’s End Hotel, you’ll get free entry into our attractions.

Throw yourself straight into our brand new Shaun the Sheep Experience, a Ewe-nique and Baaa-rilliant attraction for the young and the young at heart, venture into our state-of-the-art 4D cinema and immerse yoursf in a cutting edge showing of ‘The Lost World’, an adventure forty million years in the making.

After regaining your composure, throw yourself into Arthur’s Quest, an interactive world of discovery, accept Merlin’s terrifying challenge and discover plenty of spine-chilling surprises as you seek the terrible lair of the Dragon.  Enjoy a more relaxed experience at Greeb Farm, a restored 200 year old Cornish farmstead where young and old can meet the animals, and learn all about the extraordinary tales of the ‘end to enders’ in the End to End Story.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Take a seat to eat!

From traditional snacks and meals in the Land’s End Restaurant and the Cornish Pantry to a wide range of refreshments in the First & Last House, the Kiosk or the Ice Cream Parlour there’s never any need to explore Land’s End on an empty stomach. We have everything you need to stay fuelled and energised as you explore this stunning part of West Cornwall and immerse yourself in a day out at Land’s End.

We try to source as much of our food locally as possible, and many of our meals are freshly prepared at Land’s End each day.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Explore a store!

Visit The West Country Shopping Village and we’ll tempt you with three specialist shops, all offering items unique to this unforgettable corner of the British Isles. Penwith House was originally built as a temperance hotel for Victorian visitors to Land’s End who preferred an establishment with no alcohol on the premises. Today, this charming old building is home to a shop selling nautically-themed gifts, souvenirs and confectionery.

The First and Last House was originally opened by a lady called Gracie Thomas who served travellers at Land’s End with welcome food and drink, plus pieces of local granite as souvenirs. Nowadays, the First & Last House still offers gifts, toys and refreshments including, of course, real Cornish ice cream.

Please check our opening times for further details. 

Adults – Summer – Short Break – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Landmark attractions!

Book your attraction tickets online and collect on arrival at the visitor centre to save money and make the most of your day!  If you’re staying with us at the Land’s End Hotel, you’ll get free entry into our attractions.

Throw yourself straight into our brand new Shaun the Sheep Experience, a Ewe-nique and Baaa-rilliant attraction for the young and the young at heart, venture into our state-of-the-art 4D cinema and immerse yoursf in a cutting edge showing of ‘The Lost World’, an adventure forty million years in the making.

After regaining your composure, throw yourself into Arthur’s Quest, an interactive world of discovery, accept Merlin’s terrifying challenge and discover plenty of spine-chilling surprises as you seek the terrible lair of the Dragon.  Enjoy a more relaxed experience at Greeb Farm, a restored 200 year old Cornish farmstead where young and old can meet the animals, and learn all about the extraordinary tales of the ‘end to enders’ in the End to End Story.

Music and magic in the skies!

Join us for live local music and a thrilling cocktail of pyrotechnical wizardry that lasts all summer long, with vibrant explosions lighting-up Land’s End every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 23rd July until 27th August.

Please check our events calendar for further details.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Take a seat to eat!

From traditional snacks and meals in the Land’s End Restaurant and the Cornish Pantry to a wide range of refreshments in the First & Last House, the Kiosk or the Ice Cream Parlour there’s never any need to explore Land’s End on an empty stomach. We have everything you need to stay fuelled and energised as you explore this stunning part of West Cornwall and immerse yourself in a day out at Land’s End.

We try to source as much of our food locally as possible, and many of our meals are freshly prepared at Land’s End each day.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Explore a store!

Visit The West Country Shopping Village and we’ll tempt you with three specialist shops, all offering items unique to this unforgettable corner of the British Isles. Penwith House was originally built as a temperance hotel for Victorian visitors to Land’s End who preferred an establishment with no alcohol on the premises. Today, this charming old building is home to a shop selling nautically-themed gifts, souvenirs and confectionery.

The First and Last House was originally opened by a lady called Gracie Thomas who served travellers at Land’s End with welcome food and drink, plus pieces of local granite as souvenirs. Nowadays, the First & Last House still offers gifts, toys and refreshments including, of course, real Cornish ice cream.

Please check our opening times for further details. 

Adults – Autumn – Short Break – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Landmark attractions!

Book your attraction tickets online and collect on arrival at the visitor centre to save money and make the most of your day! If you’re staying with us at the Land’s End Hotel, you’ll get free entry into our attractions.

Throw yourself straight into our brand new Shaun the Sheep Experience, a Ewe-nique and Baaa-rilliant attraction for the young and the young at heart, venture into our state-of-the-art 4D cinema and immerse yoursf in a cutting edge showing of ‘The Lost World’, an adventure forty million years in the making.

After regaining your composure, throw yourself into Arthur’s Quest, an interactive world of discovery, accept Merlin’s terrifying challenge and discover plenty of spine-chilling surprises as you seek the terrible lair of the Dragon.  Enjoy a more relaxed experience at Greeb Farm, a restored 200 year old Cornish farmstead where young and old can meet the animals, and learn all about the extraordinary tales of the ‘end to enders’ in the End to End Story.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Take a seat to eat!

From traditional snacks and meals in the Land’s End Restaurant and the Cornish Pantry to a wide range of refreshments in the First & Last House, the Kiosk or the Ice Cream Parlour there’s never any need to explore Land’s End on an empty stomach. We have everything you need to stay fuelled and energised as you explore this stunning part of West Cornwall and immerse yourself in a day out at Land’s End.

We try to source as much of our food locally as possible, and many of our meals are freshly prepared at Land’s End each day.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Explore a store!

Visit The West Country Shopping Village and we’ll tempt you with three specialist shops, all offering items unique to this unforgettable corner of the British Isles. Penwith House was originally built as a temperance hotel for Victorian visitors to Land’s End who preferred an establishment with no alcohol on the premises. Today, this charming old building is home to a shop selling nautically-themed gifts, souvenirs and confectionery.

The First and Last House was originally opened by a lady called Gracie Thomas who served travellers at Land’s End with welcome food and drink, plus pieces of local granite as souvenirs. Nowadays, the First & Last House still offers gifts, toys and refreshments including, of course, real Cornish ice cream.

Please check our opening times for further details. 

Adults – Winter – Short Break – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Storm watching!

The West Country is the stormiest part of England, and the Cornish coast has gale-force winds on about 24 days of the year, holding the record for the strongest gusts in England (118mph at Gwennap Head, near Land's End, and 105mph at the Lizard in December 1979). December and January are the best months for storm watching, especially from the warmth of the Land’s End Hotel & Restaurant.

Take a seat to eat!

Treat yourself and relax in the Land’s End Restaurant– join us for a lunchtime or evening meal, select a drink from the bar or savour a homemade Cornish Cream Tea. Choose from a range of fresh local fish, succulent steaks or vegetarian options and enjoy the spectacular views across the Atlantic Ocean.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Explore a store!

Visit The West Country Shopping Village and we’ll tempt you with three specialist shops, all offering items unique to this unforgettable corner of the British Isles. Spoil yourself with our huge selection of products including scrumptious Cornish ales, leisurewear, local jewellery and so much more.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Families – Spring – Day Visit – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Landmark attractions!

Book your attraction tickets online and collect on arrival at the visitor centre to save money and make the most of your day! 

Throw yourself straight into our brand new Shaun the Sheep Experience, a Ewe-nique and Baaa-rilliant attraction for the young and the young at heart, venture into our state-of-the-art 4D cinema and immerse yoursf in a cutting edge showing of ‘The Lost World’, an adventure forty million years in the making.

After regaining your composure, throw yourself into Arthur’s Quest, an interactive world of discovery, accept Merlin’s terrifying challenge and discover plenty of spine-chilling surprises as you seek the terrible lair of the Dragon.  Enjoy a more relaxed experience at Greeb Farm, a restored 200 year old Cornish farmstead where young and old can meet the animals, and learn all about the extraordinary tales of the ‘end to enders’ in the End to End Story.

Animate it!

Get hands-on experience in our Aardman workshop, make your own models, take part in our interactive activities plus learn loads of great stuff about Academy-Award Winners Aardman Animations, Shaun the Sheep and the rest of the Aardman family including Wallace & Gromit and Morph.

 Please visit our Shaun the Sheep page for further details.

Eventful fun!

Visit for our event days which are jam-packed with live entertainment, activities, decorations and costumes inspired by landmark works of fiction and fantasy.

Please check our events calendar for further details.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Take a seat to eat!

From traditional snacks and meals in the Land’s End Restaurant and the Cornish Pantry to a wide range of refreshments in the First & Last House, the Kiosk or the Ice Cream Parlour there’s never any need to explore Land’s End on an empty stomach. We have everything you need to stay fuelled and energised as you explore this stunning part of West Cornwall and immerse yourself in a day out at Land’s End.

We try to source as much of our food locally as possible, and many of our meals are freshly prepared at Land’s End each day.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Explore a store!

Visit The West Country Shopping Village and we’ll tempt you with three specialist shops, all offering items unique to this unforgettable corner of the British Isles. Penwith House was originally built as a temperance hotel for Victorian visitors to Land’s End who preferred an establishment with no alcohol on the premises. Today, this charming old building is home to a shop selling nautically-themed gifts, souvenirs and confectionery.

The First and Last House was originally opened by a lady called Gracie Thomas who served travellers at Land’s End with welcome food and drink, plus pieces of local granite as souvenirs. Nowadays, the First & Last House still offers gifts, toys and refreshments including, of course, real Cornish ice cream.

Please check our opening times for further details. 

Families – Summer – Day Visit – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Landmark attractions!

Book your attraction tickets online and collect on arrival at the visitor centre to save money and make the most of your day! 

Throw yourself straight into our brand new Shaun the Sheep Experience, a Ewe-nique and Baaa-rilliant attraction for the young and the young at heart, venture into our state-of-the-art 4D cinema and immerse yoursf in a cutting edge showing of ‘The Lost World’, an adventure forty million years in the making.

After regaining your composure, throw yourself into Arthur’s Quest, an interactive world of discovery, accept Merlin’s terrifying challenge and discover plenty of spine-chilling surprises as you seek the terrible lair of the Dragon.  Enjoy a more relaxed experience at Greeb Farm, a restored 200 year old Cornish farmstead where young and old can meet the animals, and learn all about the extraordinary tales of the ‘end to enders’ in the End to End Story.

Animate it!

Get hands-on experience in our Aardman workshop, make your own models, take part in our interactive activities plus learn loads of great stuff about Academy-Award Winners Aardman Animations, Shaun the Sheep and the rest of the Aardman family including Wallace & Gromit and Morph.

Please visit our Shaun the Sheep page for further details.

Eventful fun!

Visit for our event days which are jam-packed with live entertainment, activities, decorations and costumes inspired by landmark works of fiction and fantasy.

Please check our events calendar for further details.

Music and magic in the skies

Join us for a thrilling cocktail of pyrotechnical wizardry that lasts all summer long, with vibrant explosions lighting-up Land’s End every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 23rd July until 27th August.

Please check our events calendar for further details.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost. 

Families – Autumn – Day Visit – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Landmark attractions!

Book your attraction tickets online and collect on arrival at the visitor centre to save money and make the most of your day! 

Throw yourself straight into our brand new Shaun the Sheep Experience, a Ewe-nique and Baaa-rilliant attraction for the young and the young at heart, venture into our state-of-the-art 4D cinema and immerse yoursf in a cutting edge showing of ‘The Lost World’, an adventure forty million years in the making.

After regaining your composure, throw yourself into Arthur’s Quest, an interactive world of discovery, accept Merlin’s terrifying challenge and discover plenty of spine-chilling surprises as you seek the terrible lair of the Dragon.  Enjoy a more relaxed experience at Greeb Farm, a restored 200 year old Cornish farmstead where young and old can meet the animals, and learn all about the extraordinary tales of the ‘end to enders’ in the End to End Story.

Animate it!

Get hands-on experience in our Aardman workshop, make your own models, take part in our interactive activities plus learn loads of great stuff about Academy-Award Winners Aardman Animations, Shaun the Sheep and the rest of the Aardman family including Wallace & Gromit and Morph.

 Please visit our Shaun the Sheep page for further details.

Eventful fun!

Visit for our event days which are jam-packed with live entertainment, activities, decorations and costumes inspired by landmark works of fiction and fantasy.

Please check our events calendar for further details.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Take a seat to eat!

From traditional snacks and meals in the Land’s End Restaurant and the Cornish Pantry to a wide range of refreshments in the First & Last House, the Kiosk or the Ice Cream Parlour there’s never any need to explore Land’s End on an empty stomach. We have everything you need to stay fuelled and energised as you explore this stunning part of West Cornwall and immerse yourself in a day out at Land’s End.

We try to source as much of our food locally as possible, and many of our meals are freshly prepared at Land’s End each day.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Explore a store!

Visit The West Country Shopping Village and we’ll tempt you with three specialist shops, all offering items unique to this unforgettable corner of the British Isles. Penwith House was originally built as a temperance hotel for Victorian visitors to Land’s End who preferred an establishment with no alcohol on the premises. Today, this charming old building is home to a shop selling nautically-themed gifts, souvenirs and confectionery.

The First and Last House was originally opened by a lady called Gracie Thomas who served travellers at Land’s End with welcome food and drink, plus pieces of local granite as souvenirs. Nowadays, the First & Last House still offers gifts, toys and refreshments including, of course, real Cornish ice cream.

Please check our opening times for further details. 

Families – Winter – Day Visit – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Storm watching!

The West Country is the stormiest part of England, and the Cornish coast has gale-force winds on about 24 days of the year, holding the record for the strongest gusts in England (118mph at Gwennap Head, near Land's End, and 105mph at the Lizard in December 1979). December and January are the best months for storm watching, especially from the warmth of the Land’s End Hotel & Restaurant.

Take a seat to eat!

Treat yourself and relax in the Land’s End Restaurant– join us for a lunchtime or evening meal, select a drink from the bar or savour a homemade Cornish Cream Tea. Choose from a range of fresh local fish, succulent steaks or vegetarian options and enjoy the spectacular views across the Atlantic Ocean.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Explore a store!

Visit The West Country Shopping Village and we’ll tempt you with three specialist shops, all offering items unique to this unforgettable corner of the British Isles. Spoil yourself with our huge selection of products including scrumptious Cornish ales, leisurewear, local jewellery and so much more.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Families – Spring – Short Break – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Landmark attractions!

Book your attraction tickets online and collect on arrival at the visitor centre to save money and make the most of your day! 

Throw yourself straight into our brand new Shaun the Sheep Experience, a Ewe-nique and Baaa-rilliant attraction for the young and the young at heart, venture into our state-of-the-art 4D cinema and immerse yoursf in a cutting edge showing of ‘The Lost World’, an adventure forty million years in the making.

After regaining your composure, throw yourself into Arthur’s Quest, an interactive world of discovery, accept Merlin’s terrifying challenge and discover plenty of spine-chilling surprises as you seek the terrible lair of the Dragon.  Enjoy a more relaxed experience at Greeb Farm, a restored 200 year old Cornish farmstead where young and old can meet the animals, and learn all about the extraordinary tales of the ‘end to enders’ in the End to End Story.

Animate it!

Get hands-on experience in our Aardman workshop, make your own models, take part in our interactive activities plus learn loads of great stuff about Academy-Award Winners Aardman Animations, Shaun the Sheep and the rest of the Aardman family including Wallace & Gromit and Morph.

 Please visit our Shaun the Sheep page for further details.

Eventful fun!

Visit for our event days which are jam-packed with live entertainment, activities, decorations and costumes inspired by landmark works of fiction and fantasy.

Please check our events calendar for further details.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost. 

Families– Summer – Short Break – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Landmark attractions!

Book your attraction tickets online and collect on arrival at the visitor centre to save money and make the most of your day!  If you’re staying with us at the Land’s End Hotel, you’ll get free entry into our attractions.

Throw yourself straight into our brand new Shaun the Sheep Experience, a Ewe-nique and Baaa-rilliant attraction for the young and the young at heart, venture into our state-of-the-art 4D cinema and immerse yoursf in a cutting edge showing of ‘The Lost World’, an adventure forty million years in the making.

After regaining your composure, throw yourself into Arthur’s Quest, an interactive world of discovery, accept Merlin’s terrifying challenge and discover plenty of spine-chilling surprises as you seek the terrible lair of the Dragon.  Enjoy a more relaxed experience at Greeb Farm, a restored 200 year old Cornish farmstead where young and old can meet the animals, and learn all about the extraordinary tales of the ‘end to enders’ in the End to End Story.

Animate it!

Get hands-on experience in our Aardman workshop, make your own models, take part in our interactive activities plus learn loads of great stuff about Academy-Award Winners Aardman Animations, Shaun the Sheep and the rest of the Aardman family including Wallace & Gromit and Morph.

Please visit our Shaun the Sheep page for further details.

Eventful fun!

Visit for our event days which are jam-packed with live entertainment, activities, decorations and costumes inspired by landmark works of fiction and fantasy.

Please check our events calendar for further details.

Music and magic in the skies

Join us for a thrilling cocktail of pyrotechnical wizardry that lasts all summer long, with vibrant explosions lighting-up Land’s End every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 23rd July until 27th August.

Please check our events calendar for further details.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost. 

Families– Autumn – Short Break – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Landmark attractions!

Book your attraction tickets online and collect on arrival at the visitor centre to save money and make the most of your day!  If you’re staying with us at the Land’s End Hotel, you’ll get free entry into our attractions.

Throw yourself straight into our brand new Shaun the Sheep Experience, a Ewe-nique and Baaa-rilliant attraction for the young and the young at heart, venture into our state-of-the-art 4D cinema and immerse yoursf in a cutting edge showing of ‘The Lost World’, an adventure forty million years in the making.

After regaining your composure, throw yourself into Arthur’s Quest, an interactive world of discovery, accept Merlin’s terrifying challenge and discover plenty of spine-chilling surprises as you seek the terrible lair of the Dragon.  Enjoy a more relaxed experience at Greeb Farm, a restored 200 year old Cornish farmstead where young and old can meet the animals, and learn all about the extraordinary tales of the ‘end to enders’ in the End to End Story.

Animate it!

Get hands-on experience in our Aardman workshop, make your own models, take part in our interactive activities plus learn loads of great stuff about Academy-Award Winners Aardman Animations, Shaun the Sheep and the rest of the Aardman family including Wallace & Gromit and Morph.

Please visit our Shaun the Sheep page for further details.

Eventful fun!

Visit for our event days which are jam-packed with live entertainment, activities, decorations and costumes inspired by landmark works of fiction and fantasy.

Please check our events calendar for further details.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Families– Winter – Short Break – Fun Activities

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Storm watching!

The West Country is the stormiest part of England, and the Cornish coast has gale-force winds on about 24 days of the year, holding the record for the strongest gusts in England (118mph at Gwennap Head, near Land's End, and 105mph at the Lizard in December 1979). December and January are the best months for storm watching, especially from the warmth of the Land’s End Hotel & Restaurant.

Take a seat to eat!

Treat yourself and relax in the Land’s End Restaurant– join us for a lunchtime or evening meal, select a drink from the bar or savour a homemade Cornish Cream Tea. Choose from a range of fresh local fish, succulent steaks or vegetarian options and enjoy the spectacular views across the Atlantic Ocean.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Explore a store!

Visit The West Country Shopping Village and we’ll tempt you with three specialist shops, all offering items unique to this unforgettable corner of the British Isles. Spoil yourself with our huge selection of products including scrumptious Cornish ales, leisurewear, local jewellery and so much more.

Please check our opening times for further details.

Adults – Spring – Day Visit – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

During the spring and summer, the cliff tops at Land’s End explode into colour as Gorse, Heather, Thrift and Sea Campion burst into flower.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Sunsets & seabirds

Between May and September, the sunsets at Land’s End can be breath-taking and there’s no better way to admire Mother Nature’s masterpiece than by taking an evening walk along the Land’s End cliff-tops followed by dinner in the Land’s End Restaurant. If you’re really lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance (usually between May and July). 

The Restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, but we recommend that you book for dinner on 01736 871 844.

Adults – Summer – Day Visit – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Sunsets & seabirds

Between May and September, the sunsets at Land’s End can be breath-taking and there’s no better way to admire Mother Nature’s masterpiece than by taking an evening walk along the Land’s End cliff-tops followed by dinner in the Land’s End Restaurant. If you’re really lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance (usually between May and July). 

The Restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, but we recommend that you book for dinner on 01736 871 844.

Adults – Autumn – Day Visit – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Sunsets & seabirds

Between May and October, the sunsets at Land’s End can be breath-taking and there’s no better way to admire Mother Nature’s masterpiece than by taking an evening walk along the Land’s End cliff-tops followed by dinner in the Land’s End Restaurant. If you’re really lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance (usually between May and July). 

The Restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, but we recommend that you book for dinner on 01736 871 844.

Adults – Winter – Day Visit – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Storm watching!

The West Country is the stormiest part of England, and the Cornish coast has gale-force winds on about 24 days of the year, holding the record for the strongest gusts in England (118mph at Gwennap Head, near Land's End, and 105mph at the Lizard in December 1979). December and January are the best months for storm watching, especially from the warmth of the Land’s End Hotel & Restaurant. 

Adults – Spring – Short Break – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

During the spring and summer, the cliff tops at Land’s End explode into colour as Gorse, Heather, Thrift and Sea Campion burst into flower.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Sunsets & seabirds

Between May and September, the sunsets at Land’s End can be breath-taking and there’s no better way to admire Mother Nature’s masterpiece than by taking an evening walk along the Land’s End cliff-tops followed by dinner in the Land’s End Restaurant. If you’re really lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance (usually between May and July). 

The Restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, but we recommend that you book for dinner on 01736 871 844.

Adults – Summer – Short Break – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

During the spring and summer, the cliff tops at Land’s End explode into colour as Gorse, Heather, Thrift and Sea Campion burst into flower.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Sunsets & seabirds

Between May and September, the sunsets at Land’s End can be breath-taking and there’s no better way to admire Mother Nature’s masterpiece than by taking an evening walk along the Land’s End cliff-tops followed by dinner in the Land’s End Restaurant. If you’re really lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance (usually between May and July). 

The Restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, but we recommend that you book for dinner on 01736 871 844.

Adults – Autumn – Short Break – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Sunsets & seabirds

Between May and October, the sunsets at Land’s End can be breath-taking and there’s no better way to admire Mother Nature’s masterpiece than by taking an evening walk along the Land’s End cliff-tops followed by dinner in the Land’s End Restaurant. If you’re really lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance (usually between May and July). 

The Restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, but we recommend that you book for dinner on 01736 871 844.

Adults – Winter – Short Break – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Storm watching!

The West Country is the stormiest part of England, and the Cornish coast has gale-force winds on about 24 days of the year, holding the record for the strongest gusts in England (118mph at Gwennap Head, near Land's End, and 105mph at the Lizard in December 1979). December and January are the best months for storm watching, especially from the warmth of the Land’s End Hotel & Restaurant. 

Families – Spring – Day Visit – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

During the spring and summer, the cliff tops at Land’s End explode into colour as Gorse, Heather, Thrift and Sea Campion burst into flower.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Grab a signpost snap!

The Land’s End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon, made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats.  Nowadays, in keeping with tradition, just tell the photographers your home city and they’ll make up its name and fit the lettering into the signpost.

Sunsets & seabirds

Between May and September, the sunsets at Land’s End can be breath-taking and there’s no better way to admire Mother Nature’s masterpiece than by taking an evening walk along the Land’s End cliff-tops followed by dinner in the Land’s End Restaurant. If you’re really lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance (usually between May and July). 

The Restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, but we recommend that you book for dinner on 01736 871 844.

Families– Summer – Day Visit – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

During the spring and summer, the cliff tops at Land’s End explode into colour as Gorse, Heather, Thrift and Sea Campion burst into flower.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.       

Sunsets & seabirds

Between May and September, the sunsets at Land’s End can be breath-taking and there’s no better way to admire Mother Nature’s masterpiece than by taking an evening walk along the Land’s End cliff-tops followed by dinner in the Land’s End Restaurant. If you’re really lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance (usually between May and July). 

The Restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, but we recommend that you book for dinner on 01736 871 844.

Families– Autumn – Day Visit – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Sunsets & seabirds

Between May and September, the sunsets at Land’s End can be breath-taking and there’s no better way to admire Mother Nature’s masterpiece than by taking an evening walk along the Land’s End cliff-tops followed by dinner in the Land’s End Restaurant. If you’re really lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance (usually between May and July). 

The Restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, but we recommend that you book for dinner on 01736 871 844.

Families – Winter – Day Visit – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

During the spring and summer, the cliff tops at Land’s End explode into colour as Gorse, Heather, Thrift and Sea Campion burst into flower.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Storm watching!

The West Country is the stormiest part of England, and the Cornish coast has gale-force winds on about 24 days of the year, holding the record for the strongest gusts in England (118mph at Gwennap Head, near Land's End, and 105mph at the Lizard in December 1979). December and January are the best months for storm watching, especially from the warmth of the Land’s End Hotel & Restaurant. 

Families – Spring – Short Break – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

During the spring and summer, the cliff tops at Land’s End explode into colour as Gorse, Heather, Thrift and Sea Campion burst into flower.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Sunsets & seabirds

Between May and September, the sunsets at Land’s End can be breath-taking and there’s no better way to admire Mother Nature’s masterpiece than by taking an evening walk along the Land’s End cliff-tops followed by dinner in the Land’s End Restaurant. If you’re really lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance (usually between May and July). 

The Restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, but we recommend that you book for dinner on 01736 871 844.

Families– Summer – Short Break – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

During the spring and summer, the cliff tops at Land’s End explode into colour as Gorse, Heather, Thrift and Sea Campion burst into flower.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Sunsets & seabirds

Between May and September, the sunsets at Land’s End can be breath-taking and there’s no better way to admire Mother Nature’s masterpiece than by taking an evening walk along the Land’s End cliff-tops followed by dinner in the Land’s End Restaurant. If you’re really lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance (usually between May and July). 

The Restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, but we recommend that you book for dinner on 01736 871 844.

Families – Autumn – Short Break – Natural Land’s End

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Sunsets & seabirds

Between May and September, the sunsets at Land’s End can be breath-taking and there’s no better way to admire Mother Nature’s masterpiece than by taking an evening walk along the Land’s End cliff-tops followed by dinner in the Land’s End Restaurant. If you’re really lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance (usually between May and July). 

The Restaurant and bar are open seven days a week, but we recommend that you book for dinner on 01736 871 844.

Families – Winter – Short Break – Natural Land’s End 

There are so many amazing things to see and do at Land’s End that we want to make sure you get the most from your time with us, so here’s our quick step-by-step guide to the westernmost point of Cornwall. 

App, app & away!

To get and stay ahead of the game, download our digital destination guide to your iPad from the app store. This way, you can explore Land’s End and the surrounding area from the comfort of your sofa and put together your own bespoke itinerary before you arrive at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

Book your landmark escape!

Whether you’re staying with us for one night or a whole week, booking online in advance will not only ensure that you get the best possible price, but will also guarantee your preferred choice of accommodation.

The Land’s End Hotel retains much of the charm and tradition of its Victorian heritage - and with 30 en-suite bedrooms you’re sure of a comfortable and relaxed break by the sea. By contrast, the nearby Saddle & Stable Rooms is located adjacent to the legendary First & Last Inn and offers a fantastic conversion with an exceptionally high standard, luxury 2 bedroom apartment (saddle room) and three luxury self-contained studio apartments (stable rooms).

Act natural!

Immerse yourself in one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes by strolling along family-friendly paths above cliffs carved out by the waves of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Find yourself in the company of soaring seabirds and, if you’re lucky, the coast’s resident basking sharks, seals and dolphins may put in an appearance. 

If you have binoculars don’t forget to bring them because Land’s End is a legendary place for birdwatchers. Keep an eye open for Gannets, Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Shags, Razorbills and even the Cornish Chough, once extinct in the county but now making a welcome return.

To find out more about the wildlife around Land’s End, visit the RSPB Wildlife Discovery Centre located on the cliff path below the famous signpost.

Get exploring!

The Land’s End peninsula is home to a Neolithic – or stone age – cemetery, bronze age burial mounds and an iron age hill fort, so grab a copy of our free heritage trail booklet and ‘pastport’ from our visitor centre or hotel reception team on arrival and explore a fascinating timeline that stretches deep into the past.  Our heritage trail also features in our Land’s End digital destination guide for iPad, available from the app store.

Alternatively, our cliff-top walks are suitable for all levels of fitness and start from the famous Land’s End signpost. You can choose to take the Northward walk (2.8 miles) past the First & Last Point and Gamper Bay towards Sennen, or the Southward walk (1.6 miles) past Greeb Farm and beyond to Pordenack Point and Mill Bay. Pick-up a free walking guide from either the visitor centre or hotel reception team.      

Storm watching!

The West Country is the stormiest part of England, and the Cornish coast has gale-force winds on about 24 days of the year, holding the record for the strongest gusts in England (118mph at Gwennap Head, near Land's End, and 105mph at the Lizard in December 1979). December and January are the best months for storm watching, especially from the warmth of the Land’s End Hotel & Restaurant. 

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From a day visit to a weekend break, or great ideas that will help you get the most from your time at the westernmost point of Cornwall.

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