Well, what amazing weather we’ve been having for April – no sign of those pesky April showers!
The Roseland has well and truly woken up to spring – there are lambs in the fields, camellias flowering along with primroses and violets – even the bluebells are coming through now.
All our favourite pop up eateries are back out for the season as well – The Hidden Hut at Porthcurnick Beach, Miss V’s Tea Hut at St Just in Roseland Church, Earl the Thirstea van is back at Towan Beach and Tea By The Sea is at Carne Beach – we really are spoilt for choice here!
Curgurrel Farm shop has reopened for the summer and we have news of a deli/cafe/farm shop opening later in the season at Penperth Farm – on the way to the King Harry Ferry – we will keep you updated when it opens.
All year rounders Humphreys at Tregony and Lobbs Farm at Heligan shops are there for all your local produce and De Bara Cafe near Bessy Beneath Garage is having an amazing first year of trading with freshly baked bread, pastries,lunches, etc.
So to work up an appetite for these delights you will need to walk some of our beautiful coastal paths, visit some of our stunning local gardens or perhaps try out kayaking or paddle boarding on the Fal River.
There is so much to do here most of our guests wish they had booked two weeks as one is never enough – on the other hand that’s why they keep coming back!