PORTH-EN-ALLS is a private family estate overlooking the Atlantic on the South West coast of Cornwall six miles east of Penzance. Within it lies Prussia Cove, comprising several beaches, coves, sands and inlets and named after the notorious eighteenth century smuggler John Carter, who as a boy called himself the King of Prussia when playing soldiers with his brother Harry, and who later traded from there and lived in a cottage on the beach.
GROUPED AROUND PRUSSIA COVE are a number of unspoiled houses and cottages offered for furnished lettings to provide traditional family holiday accommodation at all times of the year within unexploited cliff country and shore. There are no cafes or ice cream kiosks and the general public have access to some of the coves over footpaths only, leaving their cars in a small car park some distance from the sea, resulting in peace and privacy for the residents. Porth-en-Alls can also be used for wedding receptions, parties, conferences and courses with Porth-en-Alls House as a focus having a suitable kitchen and several large rooms, including a refectory seating at least 80 people, 25 may be accommodated there and more in other houses and cottages as available and required.