Signs of Spring at Ben Tunnicliffe Sennen Cove

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As the weather gradually turns warmer we begin to think of the longer brighter days and as nature is springing out all over the place there’s no better time to head outdoors to Ben Tunnicliffe Sennen Cove over Easter and the School Holiday Break.

Family and Dog friendly nestled in the heart of Sennen, a visit to our beachfront is a must for your Easter and School Holidays Break.

With views looking out on to the beach and into the blue waters, Ben Tunnicliffe Sennen Cove offers a variety of culinary delights for your break. Making the most of its coastal location, the menu sees a variety of different fish and seafood available as well as options for those who fancy something a little further detached from the nearby waters.

Where there is good food there should also be good wine, and good wine there is! A variety of wines are available which have all been carefully selected to perfectly compliment the food.

It’s certainly a place to Play, Eat and Drink.

Located near to the Minack Theatre and Lands End, Ben Tunnicliffe Sennen Cove is the perfect place to stop off on your day trip.

The Minack Theatre:

Located in Porthcurno, the Minack Theatre is an open-air theatre with a truly incredible story. The theatre was constructed by a lady called Rowena Cade and her gardener, Billy Rawlings, with the intention of the space being used by a local village group to stage a performance of The Tempest. The performance went down a storm and Miss Cade spent every winter making improvements to the theatre so that it could be used for performances throughout the summer months.

Looking up from the stage, you can see rows and rows of seats, the majority of which have been engraved with the names of plays or performances. The seats, as well as the pillars, steps and walkways are crafted from concrete that was made using local beach sand (which Rowena carried tons and tons of over the years from the local Portcurno beach).

Today, the theatre is still used throughout the majority of the year to host concerts, plays, storytelling sessions and much more. The Minack is also open to the public to explore outside of performance hours

A truly distinctive attraction, well worth a visit voted this month by the Team at Sennen.