Carne Beach one of Cornwall's best kept secrets
Carne Beach is situated in a secluded bay on the Roseland Heritage Coast. It is well off the beaten track and is renowned for being quiet and unspoilt - it has been described as having all the exclusivity of a private island.
It stretches from the iconic Nare Head to the east and as far as the eye can see towards the Lizard in the west. At low tide it joins the small but charming Pendower beach and forms over a mile of golden sand and a delightful selection of rock pools.
Carne is perfect for swimming and with acres of golden sand, shallows and rock pools, is a child’s paradise. The gently sloping sand and soft swelling waves of the south coast mean the beach is particularly safe for children, as well as providing an ideal environment for windsurfing, sailing or excursions in the hotel's boats or kayaks.
Dogs are welcome on the beach throughout the year. During the summer season they should be kept on the lead on the beach during the daytime, though in the morning and evening and during the winter months they can run for miles across the sand.
Across the Roseland there are many secret sandy coves waiting to be discovered. Some are accessible by car and some have to be discovered by walking down the coastal paths.
The Nare has two boats for guests to experience the beauty of the Roseland from the water
The Roseland is one of Cornwall’s special places - stunning creeks, churches, castles and scenery
There are stunning walks across the Roseland and on the South West Coastal Path alongside the hotel