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Cornwall - Kingsand

Kingsand and Cawsand are twin villages in southeast Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The villages are situated on the Rame Peninsula and in the parish of Maker-with-Rame.
Until boundary changes in 1844 Kingsand was in Devon; Cawsand, however, was always in Cornwall. On the old county boundary between the two villages there is still a house called Devon Corn, which has the marker on the front of the house. The villages are popular with tourists but retain their traditional character.
The villages are well known for their smuggling and fishing past. Although the known smuggling tunnels have been sealed up, there are still old fish cellars and boat stores to be seen along the coast.
One notable former resident was John Pollard RN. He was a midshipman (later a Commander) in the Navy who served under Nelson and is the man credited with being "Nelson's avenger", since it was he who shot the French sailor who killed the Admiral. Nelson himself has also been said to have visited the village and dined at The Ship Inn (now closed). Other notable residents have included Tabitha Ransome (Arthur Ransome's daughter) and also Ann Davison who was to become the first woman to sail the Atlantic single handed in 1953 and departing from Mashfords boatyard.

 
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Rame Barton Guest House

Tel: 01752 822789

Rame Barton is an 18th Century farmhouse set in over 2 acres of gardens. Located in the designated area of outstanding natural beauty  known as the Rame Peninsula in  south east Cornwall. Being the premier house in Rame it has views over the gardens to Whitsand Bay (a long stunning sandy beach).

Just down the road are the twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand with their listed cottages and great selection of pubs and cafes, some over looking the sea. On the cliffs a short walk away is the celebrated The View restuarant and the famous wedding venue of Polhawn Fort is also just a short walk away.

Rame Barton was renovated recently and is hosted by interior designer Karen Cardew and her husband Paul, himself a world renowned ceramic designer. Paul offers pottery tuition in his studio, situated in the walled garden overlooked by the 12th Century Rame Church.

Paul and Karen offer accommodation on both a bed and breakfast and self catering basis. The house is decorated tastefully, with the very best crisp white bed linen, organic toiletries, comfy beds and a fabulous real Cornish breakfast. At Rame Barton you will find a real haven of peace, tranquility and fun.  

If you love stunning scenery, coastal walks, a long sandy beach, stately homes, wonderful places to eat and all the attributes of times gone by, Rame Barton is the place for you. All these amazing things are here waiting for you to discover.

 

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St Andrews Cottage

Tel: 07803 372 785

Cawsand is located on the Rame Peninsula, known as the Forgotten Corner by locals because it is largely unspoilt by too much development and bustle. We are on the South Coast in Cornwall, just over the Devon border from Plymouth, where you are never far from water with the coast on three sides and the Rivers Lynher, Tamar and Plymouth all nearby. 

St Andrews Cottage  is a large, luxury Cornish home comfortably sleeping 8-10 people. It is ideal for families or friends wanting a clean, bright place to enjoy all the pleasures on the Rame Peninsula.

The cottage has recently been completely refurbished and still has plenty of the village charm. St. Andrews Cottage has a well equipped kitchen, with modern appliances, a large terraced garden with stunning sea views, where guests can enjoy dining al fresco in the sunshine and a cosy sitting room with a log burning fire for cooler evenings.

Cawsand and Kingsand are adjoining villages, on the south side of the Cornish Coast, just over the Devon border. Originally a fishing village with a colourful history of smuggling and naval daring, it is unspoilt by time, with little traffic on the one-way through road.

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Norcott 2 Holiday Cottage

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Welcome to the Norcott 2 Holiday Cottage, sleeping 4 people, situated in the village of Kingsand, Cornwall (on the Rame peninsular, just ten miles from Plymouth) the property known as Norcott 2 (painted bright pink, on the corner) occupies a stunning location right alongside the sea wall. 

The twin seaside villages of Kingsand and Cawsand remain totally unspoilt by any tourist “dross” and feature narrow lanes lined by attractive properties, right next to the seaward end of Plymouth Sound. The villages are safe environments for children, who delight in the freedom to roam that they may not have at home if they live in a city.

The property itself has recently been completely refurbished and includes a living room with Satellite TV and DVD, a fully equipped kitchen and bathroom, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and a smaller bedroom with two bunk beds. The property has central heating for the comfort of winter guests. All electricity costs are inclusive in our rates.

From the village you can walk up to Rame Head via Penlee Point or over to the beautiful Whitsand Bay. In the other direction, Kingsand adjoins Mount Edgecombe Country Park which includes a stately home, a deer park and formal gardens – all of which were donated to Plymouth City Council by the former owners.

 

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