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South East Cornwall Walking Festival starts this weekend near our Fowey hotel

The South East Cornwall Walking Festival is a weeklong festival of walks covering areas like Tamar Valley and Bodmin Moor. If you are staying at our Fowey hotel in the next few days, you can enjoy the walks just by stepping out our door.



The festival this year is putting the 'east' back in. From the 10th to the 16th of September, you can enjoy walks from Looe, along the South West Coast Path and circular walks across the whole region. The whole of the South West is definitely a great place for walking, and this small section of South East Cornwall has some beautiful sights to see on the walks.

Many of the walking routes are yet to be completely finalised, and it is best to check at places like the Tourist Information Centre at Looe beforehand. Most walks are also free, though leaders may ask for donations to go towards the festival, as the walk leaders volunteer their time.

The walking festival is a great opportunity for visitors to Fowey and the surrounding areas to explore the stunning seaside villages, rural hamlets, wild countryside and hidden coves along the coast. Walking is the perfect way to travel the county and see its beauty up close.

If you are looking to stay at our boutique hotel later on in September or October, you can still enjoy the walks for yourself, as many routes are close by our hotel.

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Here's why you should visit Cornwall in September

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Photo by: Rabbi WP Thinrod

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