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New Self-Guided Walking Holidays Locations

Posted by Way2go4 Walking Holidays Updated March 10, 2016

The first of our new Self-Guided Walking Holiday destinations can be revealed as the pretty fishing village of Boscastle, right on the North Cornwall section of the South West Coastpath, with stunning walks covering Tintagel, Rocky Valley, Crackington Haven and Port Isaac.

Boscastle Outer Harbour Tintagel Castle Ruins Bossiney Bay Rocky Valley

Over the last few years, our base at Home Farm has become so popular that we have been unable to accommodate everyone wishing to visit. So to share our walking “know how” of Devon and Cornwall, we are teaming up with some similar minded hoteliers to spread the Way2go4 Walking Holidays magic. We are currently working on a series of locations that can be booked individually for a short break or together to make up a whole tour. Each location has been handpicked to provide some great walks, good transport, welcoming accommodation and of course, delicious local food.

Fishing Boat The Lookout Coastwatch Station Boscastle Harbour Wild Foxgloves

Boscastle makes an ideal location for a few nights with so much rich history in the village and harbour, located right on the coast for easy access to some amazing walks. The village trail is a great way to explore for a few hours when you arrive and Tintagel Castle makes a great day walk with time to visit the ruins or walk onto the sands at Trebarwith. Walking north to Crackington Haven is more rugged and isolated, so makes a great contrast but there is the Valency Valley right here too and Port Isaac - the location for TV’s Doc Martin, just a short ride away.

Wellington Hotel Georgian Bedroom victorian Bedroom Wellington Bar

We have chosen the Wellington Hotel as the base for this Independent Walking Holiday as it offers the elegant homely charm we know our guests love plus is full of character, it being one of the oldest coaching inns in Cornwall dating back to the 17th Century. The Wellington Hotel has had many notable former guests including, King Edward VII and writer Thomas Hardy. The food is excellent with a choice of dining informally in the bar or in the Double AA Rosette restaurant - all menus are produced in the same kitchen featuring fresh locally sourced ingredients.

Wellington Restaurant Great Meals Lighter Meal Dessert Plate

Great Value Independent Walking Holiday Packages

Find more about these new locations now ready to book:
Self-Guided Walking Boscastle
Self-Guided Walking Bude
Self-Guided Walking Fowey

More Locations Coming Soon - Padstow, Plymouth and More....

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