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Relax at the impressive Nare Hotel on Cornwall’s Roseland Peninsula: the height of Cornish luxury by the beach on Cornwall’s stunning South Coast.

UrlaubCornwall visited The Nare Hotel which is widely known as Cornwall’s most elegant and luxurious hotel, on the idyllic Roseland Peninsula. No small detail is ignored by Toby Ashworth and his team in creating an extraordinarily comfortable experience for you in this beautiful traditional English country house.
The Nare has one of the best collections in the county of modern and Cornish art collected by Toby’s late Grandmother – rather like Penelope Keeling in Rosamund Pilcher’s The Shellseekers.
The whole hotel is furnished with your comfort as priority, allowing you to unwind and enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of Cornwall without the stresses of the outside world. Set just above the beautiful sands of Carne Beach it commands an unforgettable location on the Roseland, right on the South West coastal footpath and perfectly placed for exploring the rugged, spectacularly unspoilt, natural coastline of Cornwall. The Nare sponsors the annual Fal River walking festival in October with guided walking tours of some of Cornwall’s most famous coastline.
The Nare is well located to reach all of the best things to do in Cornwall. The world famous Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan are a must see for any garden or nature enthusiasts. Cornwall’s capitol Truro is close by, the bustling seaside towns of Falmouth and St Mawes are only short trips away, with St Michael’s Mount and St Ives only a little further.
On your return from exploring the sights of Cornwall, the Nare kitchen will provide an exquisite meal using the freshest local meats, fish and vegetables, in either of its two restaurants. The Dining Room has a traditional table d’hôte menu, which changes every day, with The Quarterdeck a more relaxed á la carte option. Sampling the full breakfast buffet or having a light lunch on The Quarterdeck Terrace overlooking the sea is one of Cornwall’s great joys.


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