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10 Glorious Cornish Walks That Start And Finish At A Characterful Pub – The Telegraph

10 glorious Cornish walks that start and finish at a characterful pub – The Telegraph

Brilliant write up in the Telegraph

5. Perranuthnoe to Porthleven

9 miles

This is a cliff walk to rival the best. It begins with a St Michael’s Mount panoramic before continuing around Cudden Point to Prussia Cove. Around the headland at Praa Sands is one of the longest stretches of white sand on the south Cornish coast, while the tin mine engine house above Rinsey Cove is picture-perfect. This route is not circular, but there are frequent buses from Porthleven back to base. The 12th-century Victoria Inn has some of Cornwall’s best pub food.

Start/finish Victoria Inn, Perranuthnoe (victoriainn-penzance.co.uk)

Explorer map 102

OS grid reference SW539296

 

 

Read the review at;

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/united-kingdom/england/cornwall/articles/west-cornwall-pub-walks/

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  2. To the manager, Just wanted to say we had a lovely valentines supper on the 14 th Feb . The menu was superb and all of the staff were so kind and helpful, nothing was too much trouble, they even reserved the table I asked for by the fire. The whole evening was a pure pleasure for us and we thank you each and everyone. We hope to see you again in the very near future. Kindest regards Doug Cordrey.

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