All posts by Genevra Fletcher


Top tips for a lovely foot massage

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A little foot massage goes a long way when it comes to your health and wellbeing.

Massaging your whole foot – your heel, instep, arch, toes etc – can spread the relaxing effects to your entire body. So, a gentle and fluid massage of the soles of your feet, arches and toes could help to soothe your entire nervous system.

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Yoga Poses for Spring

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Spring is in the air. Time to unfurl ourselves from cold, dark winter and embrace the lighter, warmer and longer days. Kate, one of our resident yoga teachers, has put together this simple sequence of three postures (asanas) to help. This sequence is easy to follow, even for a beginner, and will help to wake up, warm up and energise your body while opening you to the new season.
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An Interview with Jonny Fenner

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Love good food and live for great music?

Then book yourself lunch or dinner at one of the Scarlet’s mellow music menu dining sessions for the best in fresh, seasonal Cornish ingredients and musical talent.

On the menu for Sunday, 23rd February is an acoustic serving of singer-songwriter Jonny Fenner. Here, he talks to us about his music and describes the atmosphere of the Scarlet dining sessions.
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Stargazing Date Ideas

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Bedruthan Steps, just moments along the coast from us, has been awarded Dark Sky Discovery status making this beautiful stretch of coast the perfect place for gazing up at the stars.

Stargazing together is deeply romantic, free and, in this over-digitised age of ours, delightfully disconnected – leaving you and your lover free to reconnect with each other. So log off, pack up your stargazing kit and let Mother Nature take your breath away.

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Romantic Things to do in Cornwall in Winter


Cornwall in Winter has an enchanted air. There’s a beauty and magic to the white frosty fields and the mist that clings to the rivers in the morning. The summer crowds have gone leaving behind beautiful empty beaches, deserted cliff paths and quaint old pubs where there’s always a seat by the fire.

It’s empty, peaceful and still, leaving room for it’s mystical, romantic side to emerge. Winter is when mysterious, old Cornwall unfurls – the land of giants and mermaids, and legendary lovers like Lancelot and Guinevere and Tristan and Isolde.

If you’d like to discover the delights of Cornwall in Winter, here are a few ideas…

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