Once you arrive at your beautiful accommodation, it’s time to head out along the rugged coast, discovering dramatic sea cliffs, hidden misty coves, and quirky local surprises.
Learn about the fascinating local history of piracy, shipwrecks and smuggling, and the eccentric characters who inhabited this land.
The phrases ‘off the beaten track’ and ‘unexplored’ are often overused, but in UK terms this stretch of the Cornwall / Devon coast (right on the border) is still very much unknown. If you make the effort to get to this isolated part of the country you will be rewarded with breathtaking scenery, well away from the chaos of the tourist hot-spots.
You’ll enjoy either two or three nights in rustic, cozy, self-catered rural accommodation, and have two full days of hiking (trails and durations of your choice) and drinking in the stunning scenery. After a full day of walking, kick back in the great outdoors and enjoy dinner under the open sky, or cozy up to the fireplace inside, with a well-earned glass of wine.