Welcome to Zennor Parish

Zennor is both a village and a Parish, located on the rugged north Cornish coast, 14 miles from Land's End and 4 miles west of St. Ives. The Parish is 4 miles long and 1 mile wide, and consists of small fields strewn with granite boulders, meandering streams, dramatic coastal cliffs, and ancient hamlets. Cornish granite hedges cover the land, and support an abundance of wildlife. These field systems date back to the Bronze Age (4000 years ago) and are the oldest living artefacts in the world.

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Zennor Parish Council has developed this website on behalf of our community. Whether you are a visitor or a resident, here you can find out information about our Parish, what to do and where to eat, drink and stay. Find out why Zennor is such a unique and special place, cherished by the people that live here and visitors alike.

You can also find out about Zennor Parish Council, who we are, when we meet, what we do, and how we work to serve the interests of our parishioners.

Zennor Parish Council

Zennor Parish Map

Visiting Zennor

Zennor is located on the north coast of west Cornwall. We are approximately 14 miles from Land's End and 4 miles west of St. Ives, on the B3306 coastal road.

Heading south into Cornwall, you take the A30 and head for St. Ives. From here follow the B3306 until you see the fingerpost signs for Zennor on the right hand side.

For more detailed driving directions, visit the AA Route Planner. You can also take the train to Penzance or St. Ives, and get a bus to Zennor.