St Mawes is a small wharf village opposite Falmouth, on the Roseland Peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall.A tidal beach / marina where dogs are allowed except after 10 a.m.
Mixed breed 2-year old. Alert and athletic male. Enjoys meeting and greeting all animals. Big but friendly. Enjoys sunbathing, paddling, and eating sausages.
Soak up the wharf atmosphere from the secure raised terrace at the side of this restaurant. Watch the world go by over breakfast, lunch, coffee and cake, or dinner - this restaurant serves it all.
A leisurely stroll beside a river along a flat path. There is some street walking but as Lostwithiel is a lovely village, this is not a hardship.
A stunning walk along the banks of the river Fowey as well as in woodland. Good for walking dogs and children, although not suitable for a pram.
A perfect amble around historical landmarks. Hurlers three stone circles are set in a wide expanse of open moor. Together with Stowes Hill and Long Tom, this makes a decent dog walk on the flat.
Predominately a flat, wide trail beside the river. Suitable for pushchairs and mobility scooters etc. if keep to the Pentewan Valley Trail route.
This walk is 0.9 mile, mainly flat terrain. The Royal Inn has plenty of outside eating benches with gazebo covering. Currently open for business from noon each day.
Menabilly Farm field parking O/S coordinate SX 096 510. Honesty parking is provided by Menabilly Farm, please do not abuse this privilege.
Pet friendly pub. A few minutes walk from Charlestown Harbour. Two miles from Saint Austell Centre.
Sett Valley Trail / Pennine Way, 3.8 mile walk. Parts of this walk are steep, both upwards and down. In addition, the well trodden path has areas of shifting shingle with some deep gullies.
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