Carabone. Connect with nature and discover your Cornish soul.
Set on a quiet country lane, just outside the pretty village of Mawgan-in-Meneage, Carabone is in a part of Cornwall that still retains the feel of slower and simpler times. In the early nineteenth century, the Lizard peninsula was notorious for its lawlessness and a renowned haunt of highwaymen and footpads. Though marginally less lawless today, this is still authentic, wild Cornwall.
From the scent of Cornish gorse, heather and the early Bronze Age barrows on Goonhilly Downs, the magical forested landscape around the Helford river, the mystery of Iron Age Halliggye Fogou only two fields away from Carabone as the crow flies, to hidden coves, sheltered fishing harbours and long storm-swept beaches, this is a land that lives on Cornwall time.