News from The Nare

The Nare's agave plant.

The Nare's Flowering Agavé Plant

The Nare Agavé Amerciana plant is flowering for the first time in 25 years. Over the next few months the Agavé, commonly known as the Century plant, will produce a shoot that will grow to over twenty feet tall, that flowers in a rosette formation. Track its progress each week by keeping up to date with our Agavé journal. 

Read the Agavé Journal
A collage image of Jon Stock, his book To Snare a Spy, and The Nare's boat on the River Fal.

Creative Writing Break

The Nare is looking forward to welcoming Jon Stock back to The Nare for the second Creative Writing Break. The first of these back in November was a great success, with guests thoroughly enjoying the four days with Jon. 

More on Creative Writing Breaks
A glass of white wine being poured.

Wine Tasting

The Nare wine tasting evenings are continuing this year, with the next two taking place on February 22nd and March 15th 2018. The pre-dinner wine tasting events are presented by personal contacts from the wine trade and are kept light and informal. 

More on Wine Tasting evenings
The cover of spy novel To Snare a Spy.

To Snare a Spy

To Snare A Spy is a short spy thriller written by acclaimed author Jon Stock, and set at The Nare Hotel. Featuring many of the long-term staff and the beautiful locations across the Roseland, it's a great read for all the family. 

Read more and buy online
The South West Coast Path at Sennen, Cornwall.

Bespoke Guided Walking

After a winter break, The Nare will be recommencing its bespoke guided walking from April this year. The Nare's trusted rambler, Simon Hammond, has prepared four walks for guests to explore new sections of the Cornish coastal path, on a half or full day basis. 

Read more about guided walking

The country house hotel by the sea