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Frankie Webb has recently moved from the Bristol area to St Just-in-Penwith, Cornwall, where, famously, the colour and light are extraordinary, and the scale and texture of land and sea have inspired so many. She and her archaeologist partner Reg Jackson are currently offering Bed and Breakfast accommodation at 'Sparrows', their granite cottage, and welcome fellow artists, and art and archaeology lovers, who want to share this ancient landscape for a day or two. The cottage was built around 1825, and is in a quiet situation a short walk from pubs and local amenities, and ideally placed for the coast path and rural walks in all directions. They also have a charming self-catering holiday cottage in nearby Carnyorth.

Frankie has held numerous solo and joint exhibitions, including solo exhibitions in the New Gallery at the Royal West of England Academy in Bristol, in the nave of Coventry Cathedral, and at the Walcot Chapel in Bath. Since moving to Cornwall she has exhibited locally in the Cookbook Cafe, St Just, and at the Morvah Schoolhouse Gallery. If you would like details of future exhibitions, please get in contact by clicking here .

If you are interested in B and B at Sparrows, please click on the 'Sparrows' link below.

If you are interested in self catering at Spriggans, please click on the 'Spriggans' link below.

This website was created by Joe Baron in Bristol. If you like the site, and would like to talk to Joe about making one for you, please email him by clicking here.

Other sites of Interest

  1. Spriggans Holiday Cottage
  2. Sparrows Bed and Breakfast

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