Exploring the country and coast by foot is an intimate way to experience the delights of the Roseland
The Nare sits in National Trust land close to the South West Coast Path, which offers instant access to some of Cornwall’s most beautiful walks. Walk east towards Portloe along dramatic and scenic cliffs or amble west towards Portscatho and St Anthony’s Head over flatter terrain. Every season frames new views through trees and different varieties of wildflowers covering the paths. The hotel has umbrellas and wellies for guest to use whilst at the hotel and the drying room is there for any wet clobber.
The Fal estuary lies close to the hotel, offering the opportunity to walk along the sheltered river footpaths, through woodlands and close to the water's edge. Here the estuaries are alive with birds, the river is bustling with life and a walk is always an adventure.
The Nare offers bespoke guided walks with Simon Hammond, our trusted Cornish rambler. Simon has a passion for walking and has thoughtfully crafted routes along three different stretches of Cornish coastline including St Ives, Land's End, Helford Passage and St. Anthony's Head. This is a great opportunity to discover Cornish scenery that lies further from the hotel than one would ordinarily venture alone.
All walks include wonderful coastal or river views, the South West Coast Path and approved gastro pubs for the necessary lunch stop. Walks are tailored to suit your requirement, with options for shorter or all-day walks. Walks are ideally suited to groups of six people, although more may be possible on request. To check availability or discuss your requirements please contact the Reservations Team.
Cornwall has many annual events and festivals that showcase the county's rich cultural heritage
Cornwall is rich in artistic history and has an array of stunning galleries to enjoy
There are a number of other attractions accessible from The Nare, for which Cornwall is renowned