Glamping in Cornwall with Walking
Cornwall's natural beauty combined with the wide variation of walks that can be offered means there is something for everyone. Walk the network of public footpaths that criss cross the County from coast to coast. Spend time on the Cornish moors around the Bodmin area wher the keen rambler can reach the top of Brown Willy - the highest point in Cornwall, 1378 feet above sea level. Explore parts of the 300 odd miles of Cornish section of the South West Coastal footpath, without doubt the most famous walking territory within Cornwall. Alternatively, many of our beaches dotted around the edge of the County have miles of golden sands that allow easy flat walking. Reservoirs in Cornwall such as Sibleyback, Crowdy, Stithians and Tamar Lakes in the North of the County also welcome walkers throughout the year. Enjoy woodland walks through the Tamar Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Cardinham Woods, Golitha Falls or Tehidy Park in the West of the County.
Many of our owners will also accept a dog, so bringing your four legged friend on a walking holiday to Cornwall is also easy!