In recent years, the Rame Peninsula has been referred to as the 'Forgotten Corner' of Cornwall... If you're thinking neglected and ignored; you'd be correct! And we're proud of it!
Uber doesn't exist here and the nearest Wetherspoons is 50 minutes away, by car...
Instead, you'll find 5 independent Pubs/Restaurants less than 2 miles from Rame Barton. If you don't fancy a short 10-15 min stroll, there are a couple of friendly local taxi companies you can call. (no, they are not on Uber!)
To add, we would recommend that you book restaurants/taxis in advance to avoid disappointment.
unspoilt traditional Cornish villages, breath-taking independent Pubs, Restaurants, shops & cafes, love stunning scenery, coastal walks, a long sandy beach, stately homes, wonderful places to eat and all the attributes of times gone by, Rame Barton is the place for you.
"It’s sometimes called Cornwall’s Forgotten Corner and, it is. A lot of people think that they know Cornwall, but this is a little gem tucked away in south east Cornwall that gets overlooked at times and it really is worth a visit."
"The Rame Peninsula is a unique place and we have everything that a holidaymaker would want. Even living here it is a joy, we look after you really well when you come here.
Travelling by car you have to go past the most stunning and breathtaking scenery. Whitsand Bay is just incredible and for several miles you will have to look at the sea and just see how fabulous the place is that you are visiting.
The amazing gold coastal path that we have around Rame, that takes you up to Rame Head, which is just the most breathtaking situation to look out from. You have to stop a moment and just look and think, wow!"
"Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park covers 865 acres and 10 miles of coastline. It has a historic house, fantastic Grade 1 landscaped gardens, there’s a deer park where, if you’re lucky, you may catch glimpses of the ancient deer herd.
The other estates that are local to us are Anthony estate near Torpoint and Port Elliott estate over at St Germans.
Whitsand Bay is the site of the James Eagan Layne that’s probably the most dived upon wreck in Britain and very popular with Divers. And then quite close to it, they sank the former HMS Scylla as a dive attraction."
"We have lots of beautiful villages, but we have the twin villages of Kingsand & Cawsand particularly, which are just stunning - historic houses, stunning views, it’s incredible.
You’ll get a glimpse of Cornwall how it used to be. But, in saying that, we have everything that you need now as a modern traveller to keep you happy and keep you wanting to stay here and never wanting to leave."