As playgrounds go, this one’s beautiful, 3,000 miles wide and with a changeable mind of its own. Fancy a go at our ocean adventure holiday in Cornwall?
While summer may have the jackpot weather and busy buzz of beach life, for those in the know Autumn is the time to hit the surf in Cornwall.
As the slow soft sunny swells of summer give way to misty mornings and the distant rumble of surf crashing on beaches, the locals who have spent holiday season hard at work start to reappear in the line-up.
That is not to say that surfing, kayaking, coasteering or paddleboarding in September, October and November is for experts only. With more power pumping in from those distant storms at sea, beaches that have lain calm and still through summer months come alive, meaning there are options regardless of your skill level.
Whether it is the slow steady swells of popular Polzeath, or further afield to find a sheltered nook perfect for beginners, Autumn is truly the golden time for adventurers.
So whether you enjoy surfing, coasteering, getting up close to the wildlife that thrives in the waters of the Camel Estuary while gliding by in a kayak or on top of a paddleboard, or just watching Mother Nature’s spectacular show while wandering the coast path, here at St Moritz Hotel we can help you find your feet out in the wild Atlantic waves.
Expert instructors, two heated pools, fantastic food to satisfy the type of appetite that only a wild ocean adventure can inspire, the most comfortable night’s sleep and our famous Cowshed Spa to soothe tired muscles, our special surf adventure offer ensures everything is taken care of.
We will even take you to the beach in our Land Rover, and pick you up again when you emerge wobbly legged, tired, salty, but grinning from ear to ear.
The one-night stay includes bed, breakfast, a free cocktail and a three-course dinner. We’ll meet you, find out what you fancy – choose two out of surf lesson, kayaking and coasteering – and then sort everything: bags to your room, you to the beach, introduce your instructors, the works.