Monday, August 19, 2019

Walk Mount Edgcumbe

Dating back to the 1500s, Mount Edgcumbe estate is an historic jewel in Cornwall’s heritage, with an intriguing past and rumours of ghosts that...

St Mawes and the Roseland Festival

  Team up a trip to this stunning village with the Roseland Festival from September 20 to October 4 Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley   Winding its way...
Boats on Fowey River Cornwall England UK from Polruan

Walk: The Hall Walk around Fowey

    ► Starting point: Caffa Mill car park, Fowey ► Distance: Four miles ► Time: Two and a half hours ► Facilities: Caffa Mill car park ► Click here...

Cornish Walk: St Ives

Explore beyond the picture postcard town  Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley This is a coastal town that has inspired so many, from the likes of...

Walk: Tehidy Woods

A Walk in the Woods Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley Tehidy is the largest wooded area in West Cornwall, with 9 miles of varying paths...

Walk: Kynance Cove to the Lizard Point

The flowers have yet to bloom and the grass looks hungry and straw-like, but Cornwall's coastal walks are breathtaking at any time of year....

Walk: Carn Brea

  A wild walk through time Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley "Carn Brea is one of the few wild open spaces in West Cornwall that remains...

Cornish Walk: Frenchman’s Creek

  Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley  When the east wind blows up Helford river the shining waters become troubled and disturbed and the little waves...
View from Godolphin Hill

Walk: Explore the Godolphin estate, film scene for Poldark

  ► For more information and shorter trails visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/godolphin ► Start point: Main car park, Godolphin House, Godolphin Cross, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 9RE ► Walk: 4.5 miles,...

A Cornish Walk: St Mawes

  A coastal adventure along the tip of the Roseland Naturally we’re supposed to keep our features as unbiased as possible, but St Mawes is without a doubt...