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A pleasant and short circular walk from Madron village.
Park in village and follow main road north to last houses. A stone stile on right leads to a footpath across three fields, last bit enclosed. Comes out on lane, turn right and you'll come across...More
Have been visiting the 'Well' and the Chapel for at least 20 years, it is still a beautiful and tranquil location, still get a nice 'buzz' from being here. Often meet lovely, like minded people and have introduced lots of people to the location, all...More
I knew nothing about this well, but having missed the turnoff to Trengwainton Estate, I came across the sign to it, and thought, "Why not?" A short ways along the path was a tiny sign saying the well. I continued on about 10 or 15...More
Well worth a visit for those genuinely interested in the mythology and history of Cornwall. Access is via a path which is often muddy from a small car parking area. Above the village of Madron on the edge of Penzance continue for a short distance...More
Keep walking through Madron village onward for about 15 mins and you'll find a signpost to a wishing well / ancient Celtic temple. You can fill up your water bottle with lovely water from the well, have a walk around the small temple ruins, look...More
The ancient well and chapel are in a beautiful location and is worth the walk to get to it. Please remember while you're here that this is a still very much active pagan site so please be respectful. In 2015 people were horrified to find...More
Might be difficult to negotiate the footpath from edge of village to start of track since it involves one or two stiles. Alternative is to follow (narrow) lane which eventually brings you to same spot.