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Cornwall Coast walk for male teachers

Discussion in 'Independent' started by Mattking1972, Jun 9, 2019.

  1. Mattking1972

    Mattking1972 New commenter

    We are seeking two teachers to join our south west coast path walk this summer. We are usually a group of 6 male independent teachers who do a week backpacking every summer before the summer rush but have had two late drop outs this year. Anyone interested can find us listed HERE https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/South-We...=item215c0fb4b5:g:RYYAAOSwiR5c86i1&LH_BIN=1|1 on EBay.

    Itinerary below! Do get in touch.


    Sunday 14th July
    Train to Plymouth (easy access for all coming from Cornwall or London)
    13 mile walk to Portwrinkle
    Relatively easy walking from the city southwards (via ferry)

    Accommodation
    Little Fox Hotel, Portwrinkle
    Two triple rooms. Small, quaint guest house,

    Monday 15th July
    12.6 mile Walk from Portwrinkle via Looefor lunch and on to Polperro
    Beautiful and very popular small town

    Accommodation
    Penryn House Hotel, Claremont Hotel, Noughts and Crosses Inn
    Three twin rooms in different hotels and inns in town

    Tuesday 16th July
    14 mile walk via Fowey (and ferry) for lunch then on to Par followed by train toNewquay
    Busy surfing town on Northern coast

    Accommodation
    Smartie’s Surf Lodge (6 man dorm)

    Wednesday 17th July
    11 mile walk to Perranporth
    Small, old fashioned seaside town

    Accommodation
    YHA Perranporth (6 man dorm)
    Stunning, tiny, cliff top hostel

    Thursday 18th July
    12.2 mile walk to Portreath
    Small seaside beach town

    Accommodation
    Portreath Arms (3 twins)
    Pleasant inn in this small town

    Friday 19th July
    12.4 mile walk to Hayle
    Train into the glorious town of St Ives

    Accommodation
    27 The Terrace (3 twins)
    Posh and expensive B&B in this ludicrously popular town

    Saturday 20th July
    5 mile walk back to St Erth station (Near Hayle)
    Trains back to London or connections
     

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