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Cornwall : Zennor
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Zennor is a small village between St Just in Penwith and St Ives in Cornwall.

Get in

By car along the North Coast Road (B3306) from St Just in Penwith or St Ives, or minor road from Penzance.

By bus - local bus services operated by First Group:

  • Bus 300 runs Penzance - Sennen - Lands End - Sennen - St Just - Pendeen - Zennor - St Ives in the Summer and it's often an open top bus.
  • Alternatively catch one of the Penzance - St Just buses that runs via Morvah (check with bus company which one) and walk North from when the bus hits the B3306 (the driver will normally tell you where to get off and give directions). These buses run year round every couple of hours and only take 25 minutes to Morvah).
  • In the Summer you could also the half hourly 17 bus from Penzance to St Just and change onto a 300 at St Just or Pendeen to avoid the Penzance - Lands End loop which takes a good hour and a half.

Get around

Great walking area.


Zennor Head on the coast. The church is a fine building with a sundial above the door, a squint, an ancient granite font and a mermaid bench

In the south transept of the church




Tinner's Arms - good soups and meals prepared to order.


as above


  • There is a bunk house / hostel at Zennor
Taken from the coastal footpath near Gurnard's Head.


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