The Pandora Inn is blessed with the most glorious location, with parts of the inn dating back to the 13th century… many hundreds of years before the invention of the motor car! So, while its position on the edge of Restronguet Creek is timeless and magical, parking in high season can be can be somewhat frustrating due to limited car parking.
So, what could be better than to make a day of it, enjoy the wonderful coastal scenery and arrive at the Pandora on foot?
We commissioned outdoor writer, Sue Viccars, (who specialises in walks in the South West), to create some circular walks for us. We asked her to start the walks somewhere other than the Pandora Inn itself so parking won’t be a problem at busy times. You will then arrive at the Pandora as part of a circular walk – allowing you to build up a thirst and an appetite along the way!
Sue has devised four circular walks, ranging from 3.5 to 5.5 miles in length – plus two linking routes from alternative start points, so you have plenty of options to choose from. She also details what type of walks they are, whether through fields and woods or on a surfaced track. As the Pandora Inn is dog-friendly, we know many of you will bringing your four-legged friends so Sue has made special mention of where dogs need to be on leads, or highlighted area where they are not allowed.
You will find walks leaflets available for free in the bar or you can download a copy from out website here.