Autumn at Seavista Posted September 20, 2016


As the nights draw in and the temperatures drop, it can only mean one thing; Autumn is officially here.

People often think that Autumn/Winter is a time to hibernate but I think it’s the opposite, it is about getting out there and enjoying everything Cornwall has to offer.

1. Beaches and coastal paths –

The South West coast path is just a short stroll from Seavista and whichever way you choose to walk, you’ll enjoy panoramic views across the Atlantic Ocean.

coastal path walking in Cornwall

The views are just as beautiful on Cornish drizzle days (most days)!

Cornish mizzle and drizzle

Fact– Cornwall has 200 miles of coast path, that’s a lot of exploring to do!

Extreme Hot Chocolate at Watergate Bay Cornwall My favourite walk is from Mawgan Porth to Watergate Bay (and back)! Rest and recuperate for your return journey with an Extreme Hot Chocolate at The Beach Hut, Watergate Bay. Treat yourself, you will have earned it!





2. Storm watching

Wet and wild days are all about putting your wellies on and enjoying it. The scenery becomes even more dramatic as the skies darken and the clouds roll in as the waves crash over the rugged cliffs. I love to watch the waves from the cliff top above Mawgan Porth Beach or Bedruthan Steps. Don’t forget your camera and be safe!

Stormy sea Bedruthan Steps

3. Foodie haven – 

Cornwall is fast becoming a foodie haven and as a big foodie myself, I am delighted that there are now so many exciting places to experience delicious delicacies. My favourites at the moment are Scott and Babs at Retorrick Mill and Trevibban Mill.

Trevibban Mill


I love to share my passion for Cornwall with our guests so please just ask me anything you like about Cornwall when you check in at Seavista. I am more than happy to share my favourite places!


Kate xxx