JUBILEE POOL WELCOMES FIRST WINTER SESSIONS IN GEOTHERMAL POOL
The Story, The Flavours, And The History!
2020 marks our 85th birthday, but it also marks our first winter with the UK’s first geothermal pool. Yes, that is right, you can now brave the elements outside and still head poolside. Jubilee’s geothermal pool offers you the chance to bathe in natural salt water heated up to 35 degrees by our very own geothermal well.
“Came to dip in the new geothermal pool and was not disappointed! It was a cold, wet, blustery day and sitting in the 35degree water was just perfect”
TripAdvisor, September 2020.
A great winter experience for the whole family to enjoy, relax and recharge in a unique setting right here in Penzance. Why not indulge yourself with a luxurious holistic treatment with our in-house therapist whilst you are here. Our Café is open for sweet treats and winter warmers. Locally sourced food and drinks with stunning views across Mounts Bay.
The best way to get soaked this winter is in our geothermal pool.
Pre booking is required. For opening times and tickets please visit our website www.jubileepool.co.uk
ARTISAN CORNISH WINES, CIDERS AND JUICES
WINTER TOURS: SEPTEMBER – DECEMBER
After many years trading as fish merchants in Newlyn, John and Kim Coulson decided they needed a new adventure. After buying a run-down flower farm in Penzance they decided to plant vines and create their own Cornish vineyard.
Today we have a wide range of award-winning sparkling and still wines, ciders and juices sold across the country and in our Taste Of The West, Gold medal-winning shop, full of local Cornish products.
We love to show people what we do here and visitors are invited to come and taste the produce or join us on vineyard tours and tastings
Our winter tours run Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September, October and November. Starting at 2pm it takes approximately 60 minutes, focusing mainly on the wine tasting and in the winery. We will stroll around the vineyard and orchard learning about our care regimes (weather permitting), however please be aware that all grapes have been harvested and the vines will be dormant. We’ll then take a look at the production processes and wine tanks in the winery and conclude with a tasting of 5 of our Polgoon products, including our international award-winning sparkling wines, still wines and ciders.
To take part in the wine-tasting you must be 18 years or over but, we do offer our soft drinks to those who aren’t.
Tours cost £10.00 per person, children go free.
Private group tours available, please call or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
View a video of an afternoon spent at Polgoon! Tour and Tasting Video
While Penzance and West Penwith has art galleries, restaurants, museums, rich human history and culture galore, its chief appeal must surely lie in the glories of its landscape and incomparable coast.
All four seasons present their own special charms: spring, when the days lengthen, the gorse is ablaze and the daffodils nod; summer, when the sea calms and Cornwall welcomes holiday makers from all over the world; autumn, often mellow with blue skies and burnished bracken; and winter when the gales frequently roar, sending salt spray far inland and onlookers gather to watch the fury of the sea.
A variety of independent outdoor activity providers will help you get the most out of the natural wonders of this part of the world, as well as sharing with you our unique history and prehistory. Whether you want a guided tour of Penwith’s prehistoric sites, a wildlife watching sailing trip to encounter seals and dolphins, a surfing or stand up paddle board lesson, or a shared walk around Penzance to delve into its history as a port and market town, there are lots of activities for you to choose from.
Penzance Bike Hire
And guided tours both walking and cycling
Explore the mystical and historical sites of West Penwith, the mining heritage and Poldark country along with so much more. Tours can also be tailored to your interests as well.
All tours are 4 hours long and run in the afternoon from either 12.30 or 1pm.
For further information contact Steve on 07764225535 or e mail on the above address.
Find your Perfect Walk in Cornwall with Western Discoveries Walking Holidays
Category A (6-9 miles/ 11-16 km per day) – more time to enjoy the views and to spend time exploring the towns and villages.
Explore in Cornwall
Discover Cornwall’s extraordinary wildlife and heritage walking with one of Cornwall’s leading naturalists and heritage experts.
With Explore in Cornwall, you’ll experience the iconic wildlife, ancient landscapes and hidden wonders you won’t find in the guide books and discover Poldark’s wild side.
We operate all year round and across Cornwall.
- Spend time discovering the prolific wildlife and heritage of Cornwall, guided by a qualified Mountain Leader.
- Walk breathtaking cliff top coastal paths, discover secret coves, trek into secluded valleys and explore the wild moors.
- Choose to join a selection of carefully researched walks that we offer, half or whole days in length, or have your own tailor made day and a wildlife or heritage experience that leaves lasting memories.
- Develop your own outdoor skills and navigation techniques by booking some training.
- Discover the real stories and locations behind Poldark’s Cornwall and the iconic mining history.
Guided Walking Tours of Penzance
We stroll along the front, up our famous Chapel St and finish at the top of town.
Drop on tours Tuesdays & Thursdays (March – October)
Meet at 10:30 outside the train station (no booking required)
I am available for tours anytime
Tours last a Cornish hour and I tell you about the history, legends and pirates
Lot of pictures of bygone days
Don’t hesitate to contact me
Marine Discovery Penzance
Come on a trip of a lifetime round the coast of beautiful West Cornwall aboard our sailing catamaran Shearwater II. Marine Discovery Penzance operate the only genuinely environmentally friendly wildlife watching trips in the South West. Your voyage will take you amongst the granite cliffs and coves and turquoise waters of the Land’s End peninsula in search of the wonderful marine wildlife which can be found here – this could include diving gannets, pods of dolphins swimming alongside the boat, shy little porpoises, curious grey seals and awe-inspiring basking sharks. We’ll also take in famous landmarks such as the fabled St Michael’s Mount and the unique Minack Theatre.
For details of trips, prices and wildlife sightings visit www.marinediscovery.co.uk
Call Hannah or Duncan on 07749 277110 or email email@example.com to book