Walking in Cornwall
Even if you aren't experienced at walking, Cornwall has a range of walking routes to suit a variety of skills and ability. If you've come to the region to see its natural beauty there's no better way to discover it than by walking.
To make the most of your walking holiday why not stay in a pub? Pubs provide guests with the perfect base to explore the Cornish countryside at their own pace. If you're planning a long distance walking holiday pubs are a great alternative to hotels or traditional B&Bs as they offer not just great accommodation at reasonable prices but serve delicious home cooked food and have a lively, warm welcoming and sociable atmosphere.
Some of the top walks in Cornwall include walking The Lizard Coastal Walk which takes walkers to the most southerly point of mainland Britain, and the 2 mile Newlyn to Penzance walk which has stunning views across St Michael's Mount. After spending the day discovering the wonders of Cornwall guests can relax in the comfort of their pub or inn without having to worry about going out to eat or drink.
Cornish pubs and inns serve some of the finest home cooked food in the region and serve a range of dishes made from the locally sourced produced. So after a great but tiring day out walking, sit in front of a warm fire, or look out onto the breathtaking coastline and enjoy a delicious meal and pint of one of Cornwall's finest ales.
If you’re new to hiking, read The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Hiking on what you need to know before you hit the trails, whether you’re planning a stroll through the woods or a multi-day backpacking trip.
To access a range of wonderful walks in the UK visit iFootpath by clicking below.
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