Wonderful walks and fabulous regattas
So we have had a wet and wide 24 hours but thinks have thankfully calmed down a lot now which is a relief and meets if you are staying you can really get out and enjoy Cornwall. I always think after a good dumping of rain is a good time to get put and go for a walk as everything is lovely and refreshed and looking at it’s best. There are so many brilliant walks in Cornwall it is hard to know where to begin but we we stumbled across one that is a short drive away. Why not start from Mevagissey and enjoy a beautiful circular walk? If you would like to explore a little more how about the Hall Walk – my all time favourite walk I have to confess; taking in a magical cove and the village of Polruan, with a river taxi back to Fowey at the end – it is real adventure walk. Or why not venture onto the North Coast with a circular walk from Rock. The tiny village has become ‘the’ place to be seen in Cornwall with exceptionally high house prices. The circular walk will let you enjoy some stunning houses.
If you would prefer to relax rather than walk why not treat yourself to some serious relaxation whilst on holiday. The Cornwall is a short drive away and boasts a large selection of treatments and day packages. Or how about venturing to Falmouth to enjoy the St Michael’s Hotel. I have been luckily enough to enjoy their delights a few times!
If you are in Cornwall over the next few weeks don’t forget that the Charlestown Regatta is well under way and the 18th sees the start of the Fowey Regatta with their fantastic Red Arrows and fireworks to close the celebrations – both are well worth a visit.