Zennor is a small village a few miles from St Ives in the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is a lovely ten minute stroll through the fields from the farm. Its stone buildings were built with granite mined from the old quarry on Zennor Hill. 

It is home to the infamous 700-year-old Tinners Arms pub which was originally built for the masons who were constructing St Senara’s Church, which houses the famous carved Mermaid of Zennor chair. The infamous legend 'The Mermaid of Zennor' was the inspiration behind our ice cream brand Moomaid of Zennor.

The coastal walks from Zennor are some of the most incredible on the South West Coast Path, which is the longest of the country's National Trails and follows the entire coastline of Cornwall ( http://www.southwestcoastpath.org.uk).

You can join the South West Coast path on the right before you reach the pub and wander along the rugged coastline, towards Gurnard’s Head (where you’ll find the lovely The Gurnards Head Pub Restaurant) to the West and St Ives to the East.

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