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Penberth is a tiny hamlet in a beautiful setting in the parish of St Levan.
A handful of cottages in a peaceful valley which runs to the sea and a small working harbour with a granite cobbled slipway and a tumbling stream crossed by a clapper-style granite bridge.
There are a number of public footpaths in the area in addition to the coastal path which offer fine scenic walks.
Please respect the privacy of local residents when visiting and take care when crossing the slipway. Do not cross if the winch is in operation.
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There are some local facilities in the nearby hamlet of Treen.
The nearest Tourist Information Office is at Penzance. Tourist Information Centre located close to rail and coach station.
Tel: +44 (0)1736 362207
Located in West Cornwall on the South coast between Penzance and Land's End. Accessed from the A30 and B3283.
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