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Romantic Places to Propose in Cornwall

With some of the finest beaches in Europe, breathtaking scenery, unique villages, and a fascinating history, Cornwall has plenty to offer. If you're trying to find a romantic place in Cornwall to propose then you'll probably be spoilt for choice. You may already have a place that's special to you both and would be an ideal place to ask the big question, but if not and you need some suggestions then we've listed a few romantic places below.

Lands End

Lands End

With it's amazing rugged coastline and superb sea views, Lands End is the first and last point of England. It has a mystical beauty in it's own natural setting and day or night it can be the perfect romantic location.Nothing beats looking out to sea and watching the sunset on a warm Summer evening.


Tintagel Castle

Tintagel Castle In the beautiful village of Tintagel set on a dramatic, picturesque headland is Tintagel Castle. The castle holds the legend of King Arthur creating a magical, mystical ambience around the remaining ruins of this once functioning castle. With spectacular coastal views this could be a perfect romantic setting.

St Michael's Mount

St Michael's Mount

Set in the heart of Marazion bay. A unique small, rocky island with an enchanting medieval castle and church perched upon this natural beauty. You can walk up to explore the castle whilst enjoying the subtropical gardens on the way.

At low tide you can walk along the causeway to get to the island or at high tide take a short boat trip. Either way is a truly magnificent experience.


Pendennis Castle

Pendennis Castle

Cornwall's greatest fortress offers superb views of Falmouth and Fal Estuary. Set in a magnificent coastal setting, you can explore over 450 years of war time history. Or simply relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery.


St Mawes Castle

St Mawes Castle

A sister castle of Pendennis situated on the waters edge facing Pendennis Castle. With three huge circular bastions (known as clover leaf), the castle is in a remarkable unspoilt condition.

With it's picturesque setting and fabulous coastal views this is a very romantic spot.


Gwithian/Godrevy Beach

Gwithian/Godrevy Beach

One of the loveliest stretches of 3 miles of golden sands in Cornwall. Backed by the rugged cliffs, romantic coastal walks and sand dunes. Godrevy has it's very own lighthouse situated on a tiny island which creates amazing views whatever the weather.


Porthmeor Beach, St. Ives

Porthmeor Beach A popular sandy beach over looked by the Tate Gallery. Great for families but fantastic for walks in the winter and watching the surfing.

Kynance Cove

Kynance Cove

Known as one of the prettiest coves in Cornwall with its turquoise water and white sands incorporating islands and caves with breathtaking views


Mullion Cove

Mullion Cove

A small pretty sheltered cove with a working harbour.


Eden Project

Eden Project

The Eden Project is a truly unique experience, based in the old Cornish clay pits featuring two of the world's largest geodesic domes. One dome is a tropical jungle and the other is a mediterranean one. Both are spectacular. During summer months Eden also offers concerts including some famous faces. In winter, Eden provides a beautiful ice-skating arena.


Camel Trail

Camel Trail

With tranquil coastal views you can hire bikes for the level cycle path. You can cycle up to 17 miles from Padstow to Pooleys Bridge following the unused railway.


Helford River

Helford River

The soft grass edge banks to the rivers edge. With quiet creeks and sandy bays this is a peaceful retreat, surrounded by woodland and connected to coastal paths.


Lost Gardens of Heligan

Lost Gardens of Heligan This award-winning productive garden offers over 100 acres to explore, including a Jungle Valley with ponds, exotic trees and sub-tropical foliage. There are walled gardens, restored glasshouses, and paths surrounded by spring-flowering shrubs and trees. This restored estate garden is one of the Nation's favourites.

Caerhays Castle Gardens

Caerhays Castle The beautiful Caerhays Castle is surrounded by a 100-acre spring wood garden, known for the carpets of primroses and camellias. Situated in a secluded valley overlooking Porthluny beach on the south coast between Mevagissey and St Mawes.

Lamorran House and Gardens

Lomorran House and Gardens Boasting the most northerly Palm style Mediterranean garden with streams, bridges and water features. The four acres host an enormous collection of warm temperature and sub-tropical trees and plants overlooking St Mawes bay.

Tresco Abbey Garden

Tresco Abbey Garden An extraordinarily beautiful garden that represents many different continents. With the panoramic sea views, hot and colourful succulents and lusty palm trees you may be mistaken for being abroad.

Trevarno Gardens

Trevarno Gardens A magnificent gardens, grounds and superb woodland walks for you to explore. It even has an Italian garden with many rare shrubs and trees. Trevarno Estate dates back to 1246 and features a National Museum of Gardening.

Lanhydrock House

Lanhydrock House A grand Victorian house set in 30 acres of woodland, which features a unique circular herbaceous garden with parterre and yews. There is plenty to explore and you'll enjoy the romantic riverbank walks.

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