Boscastle Walking Week
19th – 24th April 2020 – Postponed until further notice
It is with profound disappointment we have concluded that we have to cancel or at the very least postpone this year’s event.
While being out in the open air is undoubtedly the only pleasure left to us all in these dark days of self isolating, the people flooding into the village (no historical pun intended!) with no accommodation open, no pubs and restaurants and no evening events able to take place, means that there is no viability to the week.
As none of us know when everything will reopen no timescales can be set.
Simply one of Cornwall’s most picturesque and unspoilt villages, Boscastle offers breath-taking scenery, spectacular walks along the dramatic coastline, great food, high quality accommodation and a vibrant history.
A perfect place to stay and explore. Boscastle is a friendly fishing village with a natural harbour, boasts all types of accommodation from Bed and Breakfast (B&Bs), excellent hotels, self-catering cottages, camping and a youth hostel.
Food and drink lovers can indulge their taste buds with from a choice of traditional pubs, restaurants, tea rooms, farm shop and cafes, many ‘award winning’. All serving first class locally sourced delicious food and traditional specialities.
There are plenty of interesting shops and art galleries with the emphasis on quality, selling everything from clothes, gifts, original paintings, pottery and freshly caught shellfish. Boscastle is also a thriving village with many local amenities, businesses and craftsmen.
The famous witchcraft museum is high on the list of attractions as are the boat trips out of the harbour and the National Trust visitor centre.
Magnificent beaches, rocky coves, castles, woodland and moorland are just a short drive away.
Boscastle is unique and once discovered you will fall in love with it and return year after year.