The Punchbowl & Ladle, at nearby Feock
This is our sister pub at Feock, just 15 minutes away.
Local ferry operator's very useful website covering the area of Outstanding
Natural Beauty around the River Fal on Cornwall's south coast.
A sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop. One of the Great
Gardens of Cornwall and rated among the 80 finest gardens in the world.
Approx 9 miles by road from the Pandora Inn.
Lose yourself in the three valleys of Glendurgan Garden â€“ full of fun,
natural beauty and amazing plants. Approx 9 miles by road from the Pandora
The National Trust website is full of useful information about fine houses
and gardens in Cornwall. It also has details of coastal walks and projects,
as well as details of campsites.
The official Cornwall Tourist Board website
The Minack Theatre is the most famous cliffside theatre in Britain, possibly
in the world, carved into the granite cliff overlooking the spectacular
panorama of Porthcurno Bay
Tate St Ives offers an introduction to international modern and contemporary
art, including works from the Tate Collection. Tate St Ives also manages the
Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.
National Maritime Museum Cornwall tells the story of people who use small
boats and explores the lives of one community for whom the sea has been an
essential lifeline and source of food: the people of Cornwall.
Pretty self catering former fisherman's cottage in the waterside village of Flushing, 5 minutes from the Pandora
The name says it all! Fantastic fresh oysters virtually on our doorstep.
Chef Tom Milby's knife sharpening guru!
Offers a fine collection of individual waterside, rural and village self catering holiday cottages in Cornwall