Total steps: 4
Total steps: 4
Queen's Arms bus stop, Queen's Arms, Botallack, Penzance TR19 7QG
From the Queen's Arms bus stop, head north along the road passing The Black Well B&B on your left.
When you reach a junction, turn left.
Keep right to stay on the track and look out for views of the old mining engine houses and chimney stacks ahead.
You will arrive at Botallack, and the Count House will be on your right.
Botallack Count House, Botallack Mine, St Just, Penzance TR19 7QQ
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