Places to Stay
Red Lion Hotel
Places to Stay
Places to Stay
Penventon Park Hotel
Burncoose Gardens and Nursery
About Gwennap Pit
Gwennap Pit is an impressive open air amphitheatre, near Redruth in Cornwall, made famous by John Wesley, the founder of Methodism. Wesley preached there on 18 occasions between 1762 and 1789. Its remarkable acoustic properties and distinctive natural setting make it ideal for services, musical events, school visits, performances and weddings. In 2006, Gwennap Pit became part of the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site, and it attracts visitors from around the world.
Gwennap Pit is accessible at all times. The Visitor Centre and Busveal Chapel - available when the centre is open from Spring Bank Holiday Monday to September 30th between 10.00 am 4.30 pm Monday to Friday, and 10.00am to 1.00 pm on Saturday. Also open during events and services or by special arrangement.
Photo by Jenny Lockwood
, Redruth, Tel: 01209 822770, email
Closest town: Scorrier
Places to stay near Gwennap Pit:
The Cedars B B (Bed and Breakfast) Scorrier (0.94 miles)
Lansdowne House (Bed and Breakfast) Redruth (1.02 miles)
Red Lion Hotel (Pubs and Inn) Redruth (1.09 miles)
Lanner Inn (Pubs and Inn) Redruth (1.11 miles)
Poppyfields Stable (Cottage) Scorrier (1.29 miles)
Allways (Cottage) Scorrier (1.34 miles)
Penventon Park Hotel (Hotel) Redruth (1.38 miles)
Poldice Cottage (Cottage) Scorrier (1.47 miles)
Didcott (Cottage) Redruth (1.75 miles)
Coombe End Cottage (Cottage) Redruth (1.75 miles)
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