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Visited in January 2018 for a friend's 70th birthday. Excellent all round, and couldn't wish for better service or food. Ideal for that special occasion. Great situation on the South Cornish coast, and nicely tucked away. Seafood a speciality, and if you want to push...More
Had such a wonderful lunch here at this hidden gem. Such a hidden gem.
The food at atmosphere was great however it was the service that made the visit for me. Henry our server never kept us waiting and was constantly checking to make sure...More
The beach-side location is exquisite, the hospitality is excellent and the facilities are good. However, the hotel has a strange and incoherent approach to dogs. On the one hand it holds itself out as dog friendly and arranged a separate area for us to eat...More
The best crab sandwiches in the world. With an amazing view, lovely servers and lots of delicious afternoon treats we come here every time we visit our holiday cottage. The staff are always incredibly helpful and the food has never failed us.
We booked afternoon tea on a recommendation from friends. Although exceptable we did expect a little more. There were ample portions of clotted cream and jam in fact far too much for the amount of scones and tea was plentiful. The sandwiches however were a...More
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How much walking would you want to do? The Nare is old fashioned and expensive but we like it a lot (but have never actually stayed there). Portscatho is an easy cliff-top walk - two or three miles - whilst Veryan is... More
How much walking would you want to do? The Nare is old fashioned and expensive but we like it a lot (but have never actually stayed there). Portscatho is an easy cliff-top walk - two or three miles - whilst Veryan is about a three or four mile walk (at most). 'Scatho has at least two goodish pubs and Veryan one (plus an excellent shop).
There is a bus service from Truro to St Mawes that passes within half a mile of the Nare - walk up the road and you should find it at the top (but check!). This is an hourly service in the Summer but look on the Cornish public transport site for winter.
One alternative would be the Carbis Bay Hotel which I can thoroughly recommend (though it is a bit Cornish) and which is easily reached by train - Carbis Bay Station is about a 200m walk - whilst lots of buses run on the main road about 800m up the hill. Buses run from St Ives, two miles away, to Lands End and Penzance etc while it's an easy train ride to Penzance. The whole area has fabulous walks.
Saga holidays have offers on at Carbis Bay for 3 or 4 night stays and the hotel itself has offers.
We used to take My mother in Law for lunch at the Nare on a fairly regular basis. She was wheel chair bound and we had no problem accessing the dining room and lounge areas. As far as the other areas are concerned it would... More
We used to take My mother in Law for lunch at the Nare on a fairly regular basis. She was wheel chair bound and we had no problem accessing the dining room and lounge areas. As far as the other areas are concerned it would be best to ask.In my experience they are always very helpfull.