St Mawes Walking Break
- Take some superb walks from our hotel in exclusive St Mawes
- Explore independently on three beautiful walks included in our walking pack
- Discover the headlands around the village, Swanpool and Falmouth Docks and St Anthony Head
- Stay on a half-board basis with included packed lunches to take on each of your walks
- Included return travel by luxury coach to and from resort
- Please note: in-resort transfers are not included, public transport to and from walk start and end points are available
South Cornwall is blessed with much calmer seas and greenery than the northern coastline and the prettiness of the region is the main draw for many visitors. tends to be the order of every day here! With rolling countryside, sea inlets and quaint villages, the Roseland Peninsula's beauty extends further than just its name and you'll stay in St Mawes right at its centre!
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Today we travel by luxury coach to St Mawes. Onboard you’ll enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi and Roadshow, our onboard entertainment system. After check-in at the hotel you’ll enjoy a delicious three course evening meal. (Dinner)
You’ll spend the next three days in and around St Mawes. Explore independently with your included pack of walks and enjoying a packed lunch each day! You'll explore St Anthony Head, Swanpool and Falmouth Docks and the beautiful headlands around the town itself. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Time to say goodbye today, after a delicious cooked breakfast at the hotel you’ll check out and get back aboard your luxury coach for the journey home. (Breakfast)
Ship and Castle Hotel
- Enjoy the scenic small town coastal feel of St Mawes, with the benefits of larger Falmouth just across the bay
- Explore the stunning Roseland Peninsula which has a number of beautiful walking trails
- Easily visit historic Truro or the many beaches around Newquay
- Coast & Country Hotels have been Reader Recommended by the Good Housekeeping readers for their excellent customer service.
The Ship & Castle occupies an enviable position right on the harbour of the sleepy Cornish coastal village of St Mawes with views of Carrick Roads and Percuill River.
At the other side of the village is St Mawes Castle which is at the perfect spot for views over the coast to Pendennis Castle in Falmouth. From St Mawes you will be in a magnificent place to explore the Roseland Peninsula which has a number of beautiful walking trails along the coast.
Taking the ferry across Carrick Roads to Falmouth there are a number of great attractions in town to enjoy including Falmouth Art Gallery and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall. You can pick up the South West Coast Path in town to take in the Lizard Heritage Coast which is a stunning mix of green hills and dramatic seaside cliffs.
Inside the hotel is the perfect place to relax, with fantastic views so why not grab a bottle of wine in the lounge and look out at the boats on the harbour as the sunsets after a busy day?Back to top
Self-guided walking pack and three packed lunches - Optional
Included walking pack with three self-guided walks in the local area plus packed lunches on three days.
Swanpool & Falmouth Docks - Optional
Falmouth was at one point the second most important in the British Empire, with 16,000 vessels passing through the port in one nine year period at one point. You'll discover the forts that protected the town, one of which is Pendennis Castle, the headland here gives great views back across the bay to the headlands of the Roseland Peninsula.
St Mawes Headland Walk - Optional
This walk passes St Mawes Castle for great views of the Carrick Roads and Falmouth. Coming out of the village and past the Castle you'll walk the coastal footpath for a mile before climbing inland towards the Percuil River, turning back south and back into St Mawes.
St Anthony Head - Optional
You'll explore the peninsula just across from St Mawes which juts off the very bottom of the Roseland peninsula into Falmouth Harbour. This area has been a key naval target for centuries due to the spectacular views it offers across the harbour. These military defences and wartime remains are one thing in particular to watch out for on this walk.Back to top