Hotel with Swimming Tuition

While on holiday why not take the opportunity to significantly improve your confidence in the water. Have you always wanted to learn to swim, but never had the courage or the right teacher? It's never too late to learn. Our expert coach, Len Hatcher, has over 30 years experience in teaching people to swim. Stay with us for a relaxing break, but leave with a new skill. 

  • Learn to swim in our warm indoor pool, then relax in the outdoor hot-tub or indoor sauna
  • One-to-one lessons for all ages and abilities
  • Help to overcome fear of water
  • Intensive learn to swim courses
  • Stroke analysis/improvement for swimmers
  • Individual gentle therapeutic exercise in the water
  • Lessons for those with limited mobility

For more confident swimmers who want to gain experience swimming in the sea, Len can offer open water swimming tuition. With the backing of the National Open Water Coaches Association and the Swimming Teachers Association we are offering coaching sessions for all ability levels, from the fearful beginner to expert competitors.

With Len you can have individual sessions or small groups up to four people, which might start with assessment and initial training in the pool, according to ability, followed by a course run from one the Helford River's sheltered coves, Stithians Lake or one of nearby Falmouth's beaches and in the open sea. Len has trained many Triathletes and in 2010 coached a relay team of four teenage girls to successfully swim the English Channel.

Sea Swimming Tuition - £30.00 per hour for one person or £54 per hour for 2 people

Wild Swimming Excursions (for up to 4 people) - can be tailored to people's ability, the appropriate location to be decided according to people's requirements and the weather. Prices start at £36.00 per hour for a simple beach swim for one person. 

 Our usual accommodation rates apply and you will discuss direct with Len your exact swimming needs and the cost of your swimming tuition. Pre-booking essential. 

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