Properties - Zennor

There are few places better to reconnect with the raw beauty of the county than Zennor.

Nestled in the brooding, atmospheric moors, Zennor seems to have a spell binding charm which continues to draw generations of captivated visitors. More in touch with its past than some other nearby villages, in fact the building you see are more likely to be functional farm buildings than holiday cottages in Zennor. And while on the subject, the heavily tech-dependant should be warned that there is little-to-no mobile signal there but, somewhat amazingly, it is connected to high-speed fibre broadband.

Arts and culture

Many well-known artists and authors have sought inspiration from this unique little village tucked away in the granite-strewn Cornish landscape.

Formerly home to Patrick Heron (whose art works are still displayed in the Tate St Ives), authors Eric Quail and D.H. Lawrence who stayed in at The Tinner’s Arms while writing Women In Love, Zennor is firmly on the map as a place of artistic inspiration.

What our guests say …

We love walking and Zennor delivers in every direction. It's also so peaceful

No mobile phone signal gives me the perfect excuse for switching off the outside world. I even unplugged the router at our cottage and it felt so amazing!

The amazing Tinners Arms! Top pub with great beer, good food and a warm and welcoming atmosphere.