Often referred to as the forgotten corner, the Rame Peninsula is home of the newly opened Hidden Treasures. This shop is what Cornwall Creatives is all about; supporting creative ventures and showcasing local talent. It is home to numerous Creatives selling their work all under one roof, and at very reasonable prices may I add. I love this concept as it means you don’t have to have a specific idea of something you’re looking for, you’re able to just have a browse and discover many different creations. They even had Christmas trees and wreaths when I visited – very festive!
Hidden Treasures is home to local Creatives selling work such as ceramics, jewellery, crochet creations, various items with Cornish themed fabrics, cards with beautiful local photography, needle felt, homemade bath bombs and mixed media drawings and paintings. A real range for you to enjoy browsing! Julie, the owner, has literally only just opened Hidden Treasures so new stock is appearing all the time, I’d imagine no two visits will be the same, giving you the perfect excuse to visit more than once!
Hidden Treasures is situated on the site of the Marina Cafe in Millbrook at Southdown Marina, a perfect spot to sit and watch the work take place on different boats in the yard, see the daily life taking place on the house boats or watch the boats sail down the river. Stop for a low key bite to eat or a hot chocolate in the cafe and go walking along the beautiful beaches of Whitsand Bay. If you don’t fancy the beach, a potter around the quaint fishing villages of Kingsand and Cawsand or an explore of Mount Edgcumbe Country Park is a perfect alternative.
We’re excited to see this venture develop, the different creations appearing and the ability to discover various different Cornish Creatives all under one roof!
Get in touch with Hidden Treasures:
Or find them on Facebook
Find The Marina Cafe on Instagram (Julie runs the Cafe too)