Cornwall is known for its wonderful walks, there’s a ramble for every age and ability; from coast to countryside, town to Tor. If you like walking in groups, meeting new people and learning about the surrounding flora and fauna then a walking festival is what you need!
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Stay at St Yse Cottage near the historic town of Tintagel the last week in March and enjoy the beautiful surroundings and the activities, celebrations and walks of Boscastle Walking Week (Saturday 25th March to Friday 31st March). Sleeping 6-7 people St Yse Cottage is over 100 years old and nestled on the edge of a wooded valley containing St. Piran’s Well, St. Nectan’s Kieve, his spring, his washing place and a number of other wild and beautiful wooded spots, all on National Trust land. If these lands weren’t ample enough, Boscastle Walking Week boasts “The very best of Britain’s coastline to wonderful walks amid woods and streams”
Join groups of ramblers and local guides and discover waterfalls, steep cliffs, Cornwall’s highest coastal cliff top or trace writer Thomas Hardy’s historic footsteps. In addition to organised walks there are a range of events including traditional cream teas, meals and the renowned festival dinner. Please see below for the full low down of whats happening during the week.