Carn Brea steps

Holiday lettings specialist steps up to the mark

The walk between Rock and Daymer Bay with its spectacular views out across the Camel Estuary to Padstow and Stepper Point is one of the most popular in Cornwall, and now it has been made more accessible for elderly and less mobile visitors thanks to the generosity of a local business. Holiday lettings specialist, estate agents and chartered surveyor John Bray and Partners - Cornish Holidays has funded a short flight of granite steps at Brea Hill on a section of the South West Coast Path that is managed by Cornwall County Council and previously consisted of bare and uneven rock. Their sponsorship has been marked with a small and discreet brass plaque. In addition, almost 300 cottages in the Rock and Port Isaac will be supplied with posters detailing circular walks in the area.

Alex Roads, partner at John Bray and Partners, said of the new steps: “The coast path is part of the vibrancy of living and enjoying Cornwall and it is a fantastic asset for tourists and locals alike. We are very pleased to be able to support the South West Coast Path with these new steps and to put something back in to the area.”

8 August 2011


Published on: Nov. 21, 2011