Kingsand, Cawsand and the Rame Peninsula
South East Cornwall

  

Where to stay

On this site you will find the very best holiday information; self catering holiday accommodation, cottages by the sea and in rural locations, coastal apartments, holiday lodges, and caravans / camping, Bed and Breakfast accommodation (B&B), Hotels, Inns, Pubs, Restaurants, Cafes and much more - in fact everything you need for the perfect holiday and your holiday home on the Rame Peninsula - the "Forgotten Corner" of South East Cornwall, England.

Looking for a romantic break, an action packed holiday, a bucket and spade holiday with the kids, a dog friendly holiday or a perfect wedding venue? The Rame Peninsula will delight - a haven of peace and tranquillity designated as an Area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB).

The Rame Peninsula Cornwall is bordered on three sides by water, the Rivers Lynher, Tamar and Plymouth Sound. It encompasses the villages of Antony, Cremyll, Kingsand, Cawsand, Millbrook, St.John, Sheviock, Antony, Wilcove, Crafthole, Downderry, Portwrinkle, Seaton, Freathy & Whitsand Bay and of course Torpoint each with it's own character. Rame is just across the border with Devon and linked to Plymouth by the famous Tamar Bridge, the Torpoint Car Ferry, the romantic Cremyll Passenger Ferry and in summer, by the Weston Maid, a delightful boat trip from the Barbican in Plymouth across Plymouth Sound and landing on Cawsand Beach.

Visitors travelling by car access the Rame Peninsula either by crossing the Tamar Bridge on the A38 or by going through the historic City of Plymouth with its deep naval traditions and excellent shopping facilities and then boarding the ferry to Torpoint.

However you get to your holiday on the Rame Peninsula in Cornwall we know that you will have a wonderful time. Many people come back year after year to our forgotten corner - indeed, some never leave!