Last Saturday the weather was glorious in Cornwall, so off we set with freshly made pasties looking for a stunning location to eat them, and we found West Pentire.
We headed off towards Cubert, branched off towards Crantock and drove up towards West Pentire. With our National Trust membership we were able to park for free and it had the most amazing view across to Pentire Headland.
Once my scummy home-made pasty was eaten out came the paints!
A lovely spot, and with the Bowgie offering tables outside that will be a nice spot to sit and have a drink or lunch.
We love the spot so much I have visited again and of course did another sketch! It was low tide again, so does look quite similar to my first sketch.