Mrs Wilson was due to have her third holiday at The Nare just a few weeks ago. She said "I was very disappointed that I couldn’t make the trip as I was so looking forward to it. My hobby is dolls houses and making miniature rooms in tiny suitcases.
So I decided to bring The Nare to my home instead and use the beautiful image of the beach as the backdrop. Now at least I can pretend that I am on holiday at The Nare and look forward to when I can be there again!"
What a great way to be at home with The Nare. Please see below for a some other ideas...
One way to be at home with The Nare is to be reminded of one's holidays in Gerrans Bay. Why not delve into the family photos and take a wander down memory lane. Plus there is a request for guests to send in their best images to be part of The Nare's digital photobook entitled 'A holiday at The Nare'. Here's one image from a guest.
To Snare A Spy is a short thriller written and set at The Nare by renowned spy author, Jon Stock. It also features many of the long-term staff and well-known locations on the Roseland. A captivating read it will transport one's mind straight back to The Nare.
Another way to be at home with The Nare is to begin planning the next visit. It's important to stay positive during this time. Who will you go with and what time of year is preferred? And what places are on the bucket-list? One may wish to secure the dates now with no requirement for a deposit until the hotel can start accepting guests again.
Jeanni, The Nare's own artist-in-residence, is able to provide bespoke commissions on request. Why not have your favourite view at The Nare made into a painting to hang at home? Or perhaps a family photo of a holiday at The Nare. Jeanni can provide a video or time-lapse images of the painting process to see it take shape.
Have a Cornish Cream Tea delivered to one's home with Classic Cornish Hampers. The hamper includes Rodda's Cornish Clotted cream (as used at The Nare), Cornish Strawberry Jam, a choice of 4 scones and some Cornish tea. This would certainly be a lovely treat, it's just a shame we can't send Barbara to pour the tea!
To keep the hotel's stunning views and beautiful beach in one's mind whilst stuck in at home, images and videos will be taken each week and posted on The Nare's social media accounts.
To have these lovely scenes transported into one's home please do Like/Follow @TheNareHotel on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
The Nare is asking guests to send in their best images for inclusion in a new digital photobook
Bunches of magnificent tulips are being delivered to local residents to bring some extra cheer
The Nare's artist-in-residence is offering online lessons and bespoke paintings of the hotel