The mild climate in Cornwall makes autumn one of the best seasons to enjoy coastal walking
The beauty of the Cornish landscape looks even more stunning when enhanced by the colours of autumn. By October the summer's heat has gone yet temperatures are noticeably kinder than other parts of Britain, the result of Cornwall’s mild maritime climate.
The Nare's position on the South West Coastal Path makes it an ideal location to enjoy to coastal walking. After plenty of fresh air, the hotel’s comfortable sitting rooms, log fires and luxurious afternoon cream tea make for a welcome return. There are different ways to enjoy a walking break at The Nare as outlined below.
There are a number of guided walks planned between Saturday 16th November and Friday 22nd November 2019. These are all leisurely walks with local guide Simon Hammond. The Nare's chauffeur service will provide travel to and from the walk. Guests can choose the dates and walks that they most prefer from those below:
Saturday 16th November - North Coast - Tehidy and Deadman’s Cove - Back in time for afternoon tea
Monday 18th November - Mylor to Flushing - Fal Estuary - Back in time for afternoon tea
Wednesday 20th November - The Roseland - St Anthony's Head - Back in time for lunch
Friday 22nd November - South Coast - Gribbin Head - Back in time for afternoon tea
Images of each location are shown in the slideshow below
There is also special rate available for a Four Day Walking Break taken during this week. Prices starts from £319.00 per room per night based on a Country View Room. This is inclusive of morning tea, full English breakfast, afternoon cream tea, dinner, two guided walks, and VAT.
There is also an opportunity to join a weekly guided walk with Simon during late October and November. These will consist of a two hour leisurely walk along different sections of the Roseland's coast path before returning to the hotel in time for lunch. The Nare's chauffeur service will provide travel to and from the walk. Walks are planned on the following dates:
- Sunday 20th October – Dodman Point
- Tuesday 29th October – St Anthony’s Head
- Tuesday 5th November – Dodman Point
- Wednesday 20th November – St Anthony’s Head
- Tuesday 26th November – Dodman Point
There are many stunning sections of the Cornish coast path, most notably on The Lizard Peninsula, Kynance Cove, Sennen and Cape Cornwall. Private guided walks are led by Simon Hammond and are tailored to suit the preferred duration, difficulty and location. Below are images of typical sights along some of these routes.
If one prefers to walk alone then the hotel has recommended routes and maps to use. The chauffeur service allows guests to access any section of the Cornish coast path with ease and walk in a single direction (i.e. without needing to walk a circular route or double back).
The Nare has a dedicated boot room stocked with a range of comfortable wellies from The Original Muck Boot Company, which means there's no need to bring wellies from home to enjoy a wander on the beach or the coastal footpath.Click here to find out more
Cornwall has a mild climate and the Roseland is yet milder still, with a subtropical micro-climate
The classic 38ft motor launch for guests to enjoy a day on the water exploring the Cornish coastline
Cornwall has world-famous gardens and many are located nearby the hotel