Discover sweeping coastal vistas, pretty woodlands, and charming villages on a walking tour in Cornwall, home to England’s scenic Land’s End. Trek the famous South West Coast Path along soaring seaside cliffs, through green pastures to quaint, harborside villages. Stop to stroll the fragrant gardens of St. Just churchyard in Roseland and take time to explore the beaches and caves of Prussia Cove. Cross a causeway at low tide to make your way to the picturesque St. Michael’s Mount, the island home of an ancient monastery and medieval castle. Throughout your journey you’ll dine on farm-fresh cuisine and relax in comfort at boutique accommodations imbued with warm, Cornish hospitality. An enchanting coastal journey, this Cornwall walking tour is adventure you won’t soon forget.
Mount Haven Hotel
This warm boutique hotel is perched on the edge of Marazion, with sweeping views of Mount’s Bay and the magnificent St. Michael’s Mount. A comfortable blend of traditional Cornish and English contemporary charm, it provides a soothing ambiance enhanced by mellow colors and soft fabrics. Spacious modern rooms are un-air conditioned, individually decorated and offer plush furnishings. Terraces, inviting gardens, and public areas combine modern décor with Eastern touches. The restaurant offers an adventurous menu inspired by nature. If you wish, you may mark your arrival with a soothing spa treatment on site. Please note: this accommodation is available on limited departures.
The Old Quay House Hotel
Occupying a charming whitewashed Victorian seamen’s mission on the Fowey River estuary, the Old Quay House is a boutique luxury hotel of just 13 rooms. With a location on Fore Street, one of Fowey’s central streets, the charms of the town are within easy reach. Enjoy splendid views of the Fowey estuary and the vast harbor where they meet the sea, with the option to dine or sip a signature cocktail on the outdoor waterfront terrace, part of the property’s “Q” restaurant. Un-air conditioned rooms are bright, elegant, and tastefully furnished with an eye toward simplicity. Please note: this accommodation is available on limited departures.
A charming cluster of houses on the harbor’s edge of St. Mawes, the contemporary Hotel Tresanton is a 30-room property that once held a place in high society as a sailing club. The creation of Olga Polizzi, one of England’s most renowned hoteliers, each of its un-air conditioned rooms offers spectacular views across the Cornish Sea toward St. Anthony’s Lighthouse. Gracious, inviting, and elegant, its eclectic interiors feature both traditional and modern furnishings, with an engaging blend of lovely mosaic and tongue-and-groove floors and local art. The outdoor terrace of the restaurant, too, has wonderful waterfront vistas. Fresh seafood and farm-fresh dishes are served simply here and provide the perfect ending to a rewarding day of walking. Please note: this accommodation is available on limited departures.
|9 meals: 6 breakfasts and 3 dinners|
|Detailed water- and tear-resistant Route Notes and maps|
|Orientation meeting with a Country Walkers representative|
|Local representative available 24/7|
|Scheduled taxi and luggage transfers (Please note: If unable to walk, it is possible to transfer with your luggage from one accommodation to the next at no additional charge.)|
|Travel assistance available 24/7 provided by Allianz Global Assistance|
|Access to Self-Guided Flight Concierge—Ask our knowledgeable team to find flights that sync perfectly with your planned trip.|
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