a luxury holiday cottage in the
heart of the Cornish countryside
T: 01579 320147
E: stay@wellcottagecornwall.co.uk

T: +44 (0)1579 320147
E: stay@wellcottagecornwall.co.uk


Luxury holiday cottage near Looe & Polperro Cornwall
Luxury holiday cottage – Herodsfoot near Looe & Polperro Cornwall
  • Mevagissey
  • Vintage Steam Rally
  • Surf's Up!
  • Polperro
  • Sunset at Polkerris
  • The Eden Sessions
  • Red Arrows over Fowey
  • Walking on Bodmin Moor
  • Lantic Bay
  • Phoenix Mine Minions
  • Cotehele House
  • Coastal Calf!
  • Lantic Bay
  • Nelson the Seal in Looe
  • Looe Harbour
  • Looe Harbour
  • The Eden Project
  • Looe
  • The Harbour Bridge Looe
  • Woodland Walks
  • Horses on the Moor

UNESCO Cornish Mining World Heritage Site


Selected mining
landscapes across Cornwall and west Devon have been
designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Historic buildings, mine tours,
wild landscapes, walks and cycle trails there’s
something for everyone.


Well
Cottage

is just a few minutes drive away from the engine
houses and mine workings of Caradon Hill. Extensive
Cornish Mining sites exist around the Minions and
Caradon Hill areas, where copper mining was at its
height during the 1840s to the 1890s. At Minions,
you can visit the Minions Heritage Centre, that now
occupies the Engine House of Houseman’s Shaft, which
was a part of the old South Phoenix Mine.

Ten separate Areas
make up the World Heritage Site, each has its own
character and opportunities for adventure. The
largest World Heritage Site in the UK, with over
20,000 hectares spread across Cornwall and west
Devon, it offers myriad experiences to explore our
world-changing mining culture.

The mining story is set against one of the most
spectacular backdrops imaginable – a strikingly
beautiful coastline, rugged moors, idyllic
countryside, lush river valleys, and bustling towns
and harbours.





And then there’s Poldark! 



Poldark’s Cornwall locations

Much of the action in Poldark takes place
near here.
Visit the Grade II Listed harbour at
Charlestown and the rugged splendour of
Bodmin Moor

BBC Poldark Locations