The remains of over 100 Bronze Age huts cluster on the southern slopes of Rough Tor, near Camelford, Cornwall. A smaller village is on the north slope, and a holy well, numerous cairns and burial chambers are nearby. Camelford, West Country, Cornwall, England
A small holy well and ruined chapel in a countryside setting near the village of Sancreed, in the Penwith region of west Cornwall. The chapel possibly dates to the medieval period, while the well may be linked to the Celtic saint Creden. Sancreed, Cornwall, England
The tallest and heaviest standing stone in Cornwall, sometimes called Men Gurta. The stone was originally 16 feet high and weighs over 16 tonnes. It stands on the top of the down, offering wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. Rosenannon, West Country, Cornwall, England, PL30 5PN
An ancient chapel stands beside a holy well established by St Clether in the 6th century. Water from the wellhead runs directly under the chapel altar and once washed over the saint's bones, imbuing the water with miraculous healing qualities. St Clether, Cornwall, England
Attraction Type: Prehistoric - Holy Well Heritage Rating:?
A woodland walk leads to a stunning series of waterfalls below a rock-cut hermitage created by St Nectan. The main waterfall, or Kieve, cuts through a circular hole in the solid rock to emerge in a shallow pool where visitors can walk wearing free rubber boots. St Nectan is said to be buried beneath e waterfall, which has been a sacred site for almost 1500 years. Rocky Valley, Trethevy, Cornwall, England, PL34 0BG
Attraction Type: Prehistoric - Early Christian site Heritage Rating:?
Amid the dunes of Penhale Sands near Perranporth stands a very early Celtic wheel-head cross. The cross probably marks a traditional path to the nearby 6th-century Oratory founded by St Piran, Cornwall's patron saint. It stands a stone's throw from the early medieval church that replaced the Oratory when it was covered by sand. Penhale Sands, Perranporth, Cornwall, England
The Hurlers are a series of three stone circles aligned in a row. This is the only known example of a stone circle linear grouping in England, making The Hurlers extremely unusual. Minions, Cornwall, England, PL14 5LE
The Tregiffian Burial Chamber is a Neolithic or early Bronze Age chambered tomb. The site features a 15-metre wide mound edged with kerb stones. A burial chamber has been set into the south-west corner of the mound. Lamorna, Cornwall, England, TR19 6BQ
Trethevy Quoit is a large Neolithic dolmen, or quoit, that is probably the best-preserved example in Britain. The dolmen is composed of two large upright stones on each side, capped with a huge, sloping capstone. There is a small stone to enclose the back of the burial chamber (now fallen) and a frontal stone. St Cleer, Cornwall, England, PL14 5JY
The Wellington Hotel is an imposing granite building that was built before the Battle of Waterloo. It was converted into a hotel in 1813 and named after the The Iron Duke (Arthur Wellesley; 1769-1852) after he allegedly stayed here.
An 18th century hotel in the centre of St Austell Cornwall that has been refurbished to a high modern standard whilst maintaining most of it's original features. All of our 17 rooms are en-suite and have recently been redecorated to a high standard.