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The Idle Rocks St Mawes offers Cornish coastal walks on the Roseland Peninsula suitable for all abilities this autumn

The Idle Rocks St Mawes offers Cornish coastal walks on the Roseland Peninsula suitable for all abilities this autumn: Image 1 The Idle Rocks St Mawes - a Relais & Chateaux property - offers Cornish coastal walks on the Roseland Peninsula this autumn, ideal for a mini-moon or UK honeymoon in the region.

This hotel features 19 bedrooms and an award-winning restaurant with outdoor decking overlooking the bay, led by chef Guy Owens. The interiors reflect the relaxed and friendly attitude of St Mawes village, with colourful and comfortable furnishings and unobstructed views of the Fal estuary. At low tide, a sandy beach is revealed at the base of the hotel.

A favourite British holiday destination, the rugged, romantic coasts of Cornwall are synonymous with surfing, pasties and Poldark and there's coastal walks, gardens and seasonal seafood celebrations to be discovered on the Roseland Peninsula this autumn.

The Idle Rocks is offering three walks suitable for all abilities:

Walks for Wellies (approximately 3 miles)
October's cooler temperatures and active fishing scenes make for pleasant and picturesque walks through woodland, farmland and quay. Start with the shorter trail up the coastal pathway to Bohortha hamlet, and return through woodland along the Fal estuary.

Walks for History lovers (approximately 4 miles)
This walk will reveal the region's history, passing through a Bronze Age barrow with views stretching across St Agness Beacon, an Iron Age earthwork and a Second Wold War decoy bunker. The finale is breathtaking views from the tip of Nare Head, from the South West Coast Path.

Walks for Foodies (approximately 7 miles)
The Oyster Way starts in St Mawes and continues to St Just Church, heading onto King Harry Reach along the Fal, the last remaining oyster fishery in Europe still dredged by sail and oar. Glimpse some of the action at the four-day Oyster Festival from 10th to the 13th October 2019, which marks the start of the dredging season. Tuck into some local oysters and enjoy live music, cooking demonstrations and the many food and craft stalls. The mineral rich water is what gives Cornish oysters their unique taste.

Rooms at The Idle Rocks start from £200 per night based on two people sharing and including a full Cornish breakfast. To book, call 01326 270 270 or visit www.idlerocks.com

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