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Situated at the head of the Lizard Peninsula in unspoilt countryside with panoramic rural views. The picturesque village of Penarth and Stithians Lake are within a short drive. All essential supplies can be obtained nearby.
You can relax and unwind in tranquil surroundings, or enjoy walking around the 40 acre farm and surrounding area, taking advantage of the stunning views across the Cober valley to the sea at Porthleven. In the farmhouse there are three double ensuite bedrooms. The large bathroom has both shower and bath The rooms are centrally heated, cosy and comfortable with views across the valley. Tea and coffee making facilities with a varied selection of beverages and biscuits and colour television in all rooms. A separate cosy lounge is also available for guests. Full English breakfast is served in the conservatory. Also offered is a choice of fish or continental, special diets are also catered for.
An evening dinner is optional. Guests can also enjoy a Cornish cream tea prepared from home made bread, cakes and preserves. White Alice Farm is a member of the Cornish Tourist Board approved accommodation and as such is inspected annually. Walking holidays are a speciality. Guests can be provided with packed lunches and collected at the end of their walk. Guests can also be collected from the coach or rail stations. Windsurfers: Drying and storage facilities available.
White Alice also provides self catering accommodation. Details can be seen on the self catering section of this website.
A warm welcome awaits you at White Alice Farm.
Many holiday attractions lie within easy reach for those who like to explore. Only a mile away is the wonderful lake at Stithians, where you can enjoy numerous watersports. Sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and fishing. It is also a haven for birdwatchers, and there are pleasant gentle walks around the lake and up to the dam.
After a hard day Touring the area sightseeing, or some frantic activity such as surfing, you can return to the calm of White Alice and enjoy a wonderful Cornish cream tea. All preserves and cakes are home made, you cannot visit Cornwall without sampling a cream tea just once!
In the evenings there are many Inns and restaurants nearby, where you will find good food and varied menus, plus a selection of Ales and local cider, why not sample some of the local fish dishes most places have a wide selection on there menus. Please ask Mick or Sue, they will be happy to recommend places where they have enjoyed good food.
The farm is well situated for travel around Cornwall and for access to both North and South coasts. Plenty of quiet coves and bays are within easy reach, with safe sandy beaches for adults and children alike.
This is a totally unspoilt part of Cornwall and every effort is made to make your stay a happy one.
Flambards, Helston. Tate Art Gallery, St. Ives. Gold Centre, Portreath. Lands End. National Seal Sanctuary, Gweek. Screech Owl Sanctuary, Minack Theatre Newquay, (surfing) Mylor (Sailing) Truro Cathedral Pendennis Castle, Falmouth. St. Mawes Castle. St. Michael's Mount, Marazion
Also many boat trips are available from Falmouth incuding day trips to the Isles of Scilly from Penzance
All plants shown are growing outside in Falmouth addition there are many famous gardens well worth a visit
Lost Gardens of Heligan Glendurgan, Mawnan Smith. Trebah Gardens, Mawnan Smith. Trelissick. Lanhydrock House