Cornwall LivingIssue #75
Retire to the coast
We find out from Churchill Retirement Living why Mount’s Bay Lodge, Penzance could be the ideal location in which to start your next chapter.
For coastal destinations, it really doesn’t get any better than Penzance, offering striking views across Mount’s Bay to the iconic St Michael’s Mount and blessed with one of the mildest climates in the UK.
Penzance’s seafront promenade stretches from the harbour to the fishing port of Newlyn and the picturesque village of Mousehole and is ideal for walkers and cyclists alike. In the summer, one of the most popular spots is Jubilee Pool, Cornwall’s much-celebrated art deco lido offering superb views and one of the best places to swim in the open air.
Further afield the South West Coast Path between Penzance and St Ives attracts visitors year after year with its breath-taking views, impressive granite scenery and historic engine houses.
It is exactly this combination of striking scenery, leisure activities and amenities within easy walking distance that bring people back to Penzance time after time, so for those looking for an independent, active and secure retirement, Mount’s Bay Lodge from Churchill Retirement Living may be just the answer.
The development offers a collection of 50 one and two-bedroom retirement apartments located opposite the picturesque harbour, home to Penzance Sailing
Club and the Isles of Scilly ferry. Many apartments enjoy glorious uninterrupted views and feature generous balconies to take advantage of the enviable waterfront location, whilst local shopping is within walking distance in Market Jew Street and Alverton Road.
So, if you’re excited to embark upon the next chapter in your life but you want to ensure you make the most of it, why not contact the Churchill Retirement Living team and discover the by-the-sea lifestyle you’ve been dreaming of?
Sandy beaches, dramatic coastlines and beautiful countryside are all within easy reach of Churchill Retirement Living’s other Cornish developments – Perran Lodge in Newquay and Tregolls Lodge in Truro, Cornwall’s cathedral city.