St Anthony Head

St Anthony Head

Tucked away at the bottom of the Roseland there's lots to discover for everyone.

St Anthony Head

Things to see and do

Spring lambs

Exploring with your dog 

There are some great days out for you and your dog around Cornwall. But it's also home to wildlife and livestock. Help us look after the places you and your dog enjoy by following these simple guidelines.

Cyanotypes by Susan and Philip Bennetta (2017)

Making light work 

Drawing inspiration from their surroundings on the Roseland, two local artists have created beautiful pieces or art.

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Places to stay

The holiday cottages at St Anthony Head

Places to stay at St Anthony Head 

Stay in converted officers' quarters at St Anthony Head.


No overnight camping and parking 

No overnight camping or parking is allowed at the places we care for. More information on why we don’t permit visitors to stay overnight at our car parks can be found here.

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Our work

A canopy of trees at One Tree Hill

Restoring woodlands affected by ash dieback 

Historic trees and beautiful woodlands in our care face extinction due to a surge of the disease ash dieback. Find out how you can support our work to restore precious woodland landscapes before they are lost for ever.

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Everyone needs nature

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Eating and shopping

The Thirstea Co

The Thirstea Co café 

The café (concession) at Porth is run by the Thirstea Co. Serving drinks, snacks and light meals - just the thing after spending time on Towan beach, or a walk in the woods.