The mild climate in Cornwall makes autumn the ideal time to explore this stunning part of Britain's coastline
Autumn in Cornwall is an extraordinary time of year, with its stunning natural beauty even further enhanced by autumn's colours. By October the summer's heat has gone and yet thanks to Cornwall’s maritime climate, temperatures are noticeably kinder than other parts of Britain.
The Nare, beautifully situated on the South West Coast Path, will be hosting a four day walking break during October 2019. There will be guided walks in three different Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – on the north coast, the south coast and along the beautiful Fal River. Walks are non-strenuous and an ideal opportunity for all abilities to discover scenery further-a-field than ordinarily one would venture alone. After plenty of fresh air, the hotel’s comfortable sitting rooms, log fires and luxurious afternoon cream tea make for a welcome return.
Alternatively, stay in October or November and enjoy a guided walk, either privately or by joining the weekly scheduled walk. If one prefers to walk alone, the hotel has recommended routes and maps, whilst its chauffeur service allows guests to access any section of the Cornish coast path with ease.
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