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I am delighted to announce that we are expecting and planning to reopen The Nare on Saturday 4th July.
Preparations are being put in place to open in as safe a manner as possible within the restrictions and guidelines advised by our hospitality industry gurus.
We are working hard to devise measures that are appropriate, sensible and not going to compromise a comfortable stay. It does mean that some traditions and practices at The Nare will have to be adjusted for the time being. Please read on.
The Nare is fortunate; the hotel is situated in a fabulously un-crowded part of Cornwall, with spacious gardens, a lovely beach and plenty of coastal walking on the doorstep. It is considered an ideal location for a British summer or autumn holiday. Unsurprisingly bookings are looking strong for the remainder of the year with limited summer availability.
I am very grateful for the patience and understanding that guests have shown by postponing their bookings and I am very much looking forward to throwing open the front doors again. After all, an hotel proprietor without guests is like a scone without Cornish cream - pitiful and unbearable.
I simply cannot wait to welcome you back to The Nare.
With best wishes,
Toby Ashworth, Proprietor
Due to Coronavirus certain aspects may look a little different when The Nare reopens. Sadly there won't be any handshakes but there will be a very warm welcome and the usual comforts one would expect from a stay at The Nare.
This summer why not celebrate the end of lockdown with a private charter aboard Alice Rose, The Nare's classic wooden motor launch? Enjoy a whole day on the beautiful and calm waters of the Fal and Helford rivers and a delicious seafood lunch served in a quiet cove.
The Nare's latest refreshing summer cocktail is inspired by two local Cornish Gardens. Named a G & Tea, it is an intriguing twist on a classic which combines Sipsmith's Gin (founded by Sam Galsworthy from Trewithen) and English tea grown locally at Tregothnan.
Thank you for the holiday snaps that have been received so far for The Nare's guest photo book. There is still time to contribute but do be quick as all images should ideally be sent before the hotel reopens. Not all photos will make the cut so do be sure to send your best shots.