The Nare, country house hotel by the sea on the Roseland Peninsula is offering a new creative writing weekend break for autumn. Award-winning author and former newspaper editor, Jon Stock will be offering guests of the four-day break (dinner, B&B) two writing masterclasses and hosted visits to scenic and inspirations locations, on Cornwall’s famous coastline. Perfect for budding writers, literature enthusiasts and those looking to hone a new skill.
Jon’s authored six espionage adventure books, including To Snare A Spy – a short spy thriller set at the Nare Hotel (released earlier this year). To celebrate, and as writer-in-residence, Jon will be tutoring aspiring spy writers, offering top tips of the trade and one-to-one tuition. Guests will also be invited to join pre-dinner drinks hosted by The Nare’s proprietor Toby Ashworth who, with Jon’s help, will be sharing the inspiration behind To Snare A Spy.
About The Nare:
Steeped in quintessential charm The Nare is a family-owned traditional English country house hotel nestled on the Roseland peninsula in Cornwall. Overlooking the haven of Carne beach, the hotel specialises in multigenerational holidays – combining classic comforts (shoe shine service, choice of duvets or blankets, sherry in the bedrooms, complimentary Cornish afternoon tea served daily) with time-honoured luxury and a good old fashioned sense of adventure.
Price: Four day (three night) Creative Writing breaks at The Nare start from £1,236 (double country view room) including dinner, bed & breakfast and daily Cornish afternoon tea
Dates: 20th-24th November 2017 and February 19th-23rd 2018
For further information or to book please visit: www.narehotel.co.uk
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