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The Cape Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and evening meals throughout the year. We source our food locally and with views to the Cape from the bay window it provides a wonderful dining experience. We also have monthly Friday Feast Nights where we host a different country’s food, from Mongolian to Mexican, Spanish to Cornish. Our Pudding Club has become popular over the winter months also. Please enquire for events.
The lounge provides an excellent, homely area to relax on comfy sofas with a good book from our library or the papers in front of the open log fire.
Best of all we are located in an exceptionally wild & beautiful Cornish setting, with picturesque views and stunning sights of England’s only Cape, a ten minute walk away, and the secret Priests Cove from our restaurant and large sun patio.
Walking, surfing or exploring the amazing coastline & rock pools are on the doorstep whilst ancient Penzance, artists favourite St. Ives and the spiritual St. Michaels Mount are only a few miles away.
Cape Cornwall Club offers families the opportunity to spend quality time together and provides the facilities of a country club without the atmosphere of exclusivity and all at an affordable cost.
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We have eight en-suite (over bath showers) bedrooms accessed externally to the clubhouse via 12 wooden steps. They are cosy, rustic basic bedrooms. Each one has tea/coffee making facilities and TV. Towels are provided.
Family rooms x 2 - sleep three
Twin x 3
Double x 3Prices:
Please enquire for short break offers including an evening meal. We also have Stay & Play breaks for golfers.
April - October
Family - £90 B&B
Twin / Double - £75 B&B
November - March
Family - £70 B&B
Twin / double - £50 B&BDirections:
A30 to Penzance. Follow signs to St Just from here. Once in St Just take the left turn after the Coop store in the square. Follow this road for one mile (narrow lane). You will see a wooden sign and the Cape's entrance on your left hand side. If you arrive at the National Trust car park you have gone too far. Come back up the hill and look out for us.