Many of the paths and walkways around the coast and countryside near Caerhays are open to the public all year round.
You are very welcome to enjoy the spectacular views from these coastal fields and paths, walk or picnic in them at your leisure. You may bring your dogs, please clear up after them.
Coastal walks can be dangerous, please do take care, paths are uneven, and often have no fences. Be aware that there are drops on to the rocks below in certain places.
All gates leading to fields or paths with public access should have sign or map boards on them. Please remember to SHUT all gates behind you, even if it appears there is nothing in the field.
There is a path near West Portholland which has been specially created by the estate to replace the old coast footpath which was eroded away by the sea.
In certain places, footpaths are not public footpaths, but permissive access is again available for a 10 year period.
No sprays or fertilisers are used on these fields as part of the agreement to preserve traditional coastal grassland.