Claire Tregaskis
Claire Tregaskis

Walking Breaks in Devon & Cornwall

Pentillie Castle stands proudly on the border of Devon and Cornwall overlooking the Tamar Valley offering the perfect haven from which to enjoy the very best walks in the West Country. The Coryton Family are all very keen walkers so have a backpack full of knowledge and recommendations for the most stunning walks nearby.  A comprehensive folder of local walks is kept topped up with take-away maps of some of our favourites.

From moor to sea and everything in between, many a footstep have fallen…

Walking Breaks from £137pp

2 nights bed & breakfast, a Cornish cream tea on arrival, walking maps galore and a treat for your feet from St Kitts Herbery!

For more information or to book a Walking Break please call 01579 350044 or book online quoting WALKBK19

T’s & C’s – this offer is only available for a 2 night stay during 2019, cannot be applied to existing bookings or used in conjunction with any other offer,  based on 2 adults sharing, subject to availability.

TED Walks from £223pp

Pentillie’s very own Ted Coryton offers accompanied walks for small groups around the nearby Tamar Valley and over Dartmoor.  Specific walks are chosen for each TED Walk according to the season and weather forecast. A moderate level of fitness is required, and you will be asked to complete a short health questionnaire.

Ted Walks include the following:

  • Meet & greet with Ted and cream tea and cakes on arrival
  • Two-course supper and a comfortable bed to ensure a good night’s rest
  • Enjoy breakfast the next morning before heading off for the day
  • Picnic or £20 cash allocation for a pub lunch
  • Return for tea and cake, and some free time before a delicious 3-course dinner in the Castle dining room
  • Departure day means another hearty breakfast and a good stroll with Ted around the Pentillie Estate to learn all about it’s rich history and explore the gardens

To enquire about booking a TED Walk, please contact the Castle Office on +44 (0)1579 350044 to discuss your preferred dates.

 

Read our latest Walking Blog ‘Walks, Walks and ‘Moor’ Walks’

 

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