Camping or comfort? I know what I would choose!

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A few weeks ago I reviewed The Salt Path by Raynor Winn. The story told of Ray and Moth’s journey along the South West Coast path after becoming homeless.  

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They wild-camped for a year pitching their tent on the top of a cliff, in all weathers, sometimes sleeping in their clothes to keep warm. If you like the idea of walking part of the South West Coastal path – originally created by coastguards to prevent smuggling – but are not keen campers, I know a wonderful place to stay.

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https://www.stgennysschoolcottages.com

The Old School House Holiday Cottages are owned by my longtime friends Angela and Daniel Simkin.

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They have three superb holiday cottages located along the coastal path near Boscastle and I can highly recommend staying with them. Angela and Daniel are wonderful people and will do their upmost to ensure you have a perfect stay.

 

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The cottages are immaculate and well equipped with stunning views of the countryside and the sea.  They are ideally situated for walking holidays or could be the perfect place for a writing retreat. The beach at Crackington Haven is just a fifteen minute walk away.

 

You can contact either Angela or Daniel through the website link above or click on the link below to check out their Facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/theoldschoolhousestgennys/