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Walk This Way

Updated: Jul 12, 2022

When you arrive at Foxglove Field, all manner of day trips and countryside walks are available to you. We’ve collected them all here for you, but wanted to tell you a little more about one of our very favourites.

Perranuthnoe beach is one of our most beautiful local spots, and the walk down to the shore from Foxglove Field takes you past delicious local eateries, through deserted green fields and past ancient Cornish history, all with views to cherish.

From Foxglove Field, first you head into the local village of Goldsithney and down through fields littered with old mining chimneys, remnants of Cornwall’s famous mining history. After crossing the main road, you continue through blissful green fields as beautiful views over to St Michael’s Mount unfurl in front of you.

Before you know it, you’ve hit Perranuthnoe village, marking the perfect time for a pit stop at one of the local galleries, or for a bite at the Peppercorn Cafe or Cabin Beach Cafe. If a drink is what you’re after, we’d also recommend a stop at the Victoria Inn. One of the oldest inns in Cornwall, the Victoria is a quintessential English pub, with hearty food and local ales available to help you wind down after a morning of exploring.

Your journey then ends at Perranuthnoe beach, a quiet and beautiful gem in Cornwall’s famous list of beaches. Just before you hit the beach, you’ll also cross the South West Coastal Path if a longer walk along to Prussia Cove sounds like your thing.

Then it’s a simple case of turning around and heading back the same way to Foxglove Field, or carrying on along the coast for a loop walk via the secret Piskies Cove. Full details on how to plan that walk are available here.

Now all that’s left to do is book your stay at Foxglove Field, pack your walking boots and send us pictures from your adventure!



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