Walking in Cornwall and DevonB&B's central location means that you are spoilt for choice for days out walking.
The Tamar Valley offers quiet, secluded walks along wide estuaries, steep sided, wooded valleys, and meandering, babbling brooks.
The wild, open expanses of Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor each have their own character and appeal. Both are littered with the remains of ancient farming and mining settlements, and afford ever changing views of harsh beauty.
The coasts bring another kind of experience. The north, open to the Atlantic, has a slightly wilder coastline, higher cliffs and bigger surf. The south, being a little more sheltered, can be more genteel, but is no less ruggedly beautiful. Both are dotted with old fishing villages, connected by invigorating, windswept coastal paths.
We have a comprehensive range of ordnance survey maps and local guides that you are welcome to borrow, and are happy to advise on walking routes, depending on your interests and capabilities.
A luggage transfer service is available to those wishing to enjoy a car free holiday.
Don't forget that after a long day hiking you won't need to hunt around for somewhere decent to eat. Evening meals are available most nights, and we are licensed too.
Walking routes and mapsExploring Explorer 108 is an excellent site that features a series of walks of varying length, based around Ordnace Survey's Explorer 108 map, which covers the Tamar and Lynher valleys.
Walking In Cornwall contains links to many maps and walking routes throughout Cornwall, all free to download and access.
Walks In North Cornwall lists a variety of routes in the north of the county, of differing length and difficulty, printable or available as an App.