One of the major advantages of Trerose is that you can go for a walk without having to get in your car first! Indeed, some of the finest scenery in the whole of the UK is right on our doorstep.

A favourite expedition amongst our guests is to take the footpath along to Helford Passage, pick up the foot ferry to Nearby Porth SawsenHelford village, call in at The Shipwrights Arms, and then walk along the south bank of the river, either right-handed towards Frenchman’s Creek (dropping in at Kestle Barton) or left-handed towards Gillan Creek.

Alternatively follow the path up to Manaccan village, where you can enjoy refreshments at the New Inn.

Another option is to take the coastal path towards Falmouth calling in at either the Maenporth or Swanpool beach cafés [not always open in winter].

Local walks
For those wishing to venture further afield there are spectacular coastal walks on the Lizard Peninsula where you can also pick up a delicious crab sandwich or treat yourself to the best pasties in Cornwall!

If you enjoy rugged scenery, the North Coast is not to be missed and again you can drop off at the Tinners Arms in Zennor, Gurnard’s Head further west, or the Godrevy Cafe near St Ives.

It’s always fun to take the King Harry chain Ferry over to the Roseland Peninsula, take a gentle stroll down to the pretty church at St. Just in Roseland and indulge yourself with lunch in St Mawes.

Two of our favourite shortLooking eastish and very attractive walks are either down to Scott’s Quay on the Helford or around the headland at Trelissick above the Fal.

In fact, there are so many walks and such scenic variety that this is truly a walkers’ paradise!