Activities in Cornwall, Dog Friendly, I love Cornwall, Our day out, Places, Regional Information, Sophie, Things to do in Cornwall
Activities in Cornwall, Hailee, I love Cornwall, Our day out, Places, Regional Information, Things to do in Cornwall
Lanhydrock House and Gardens is one of Cornwall’s spectacular National Trust properties including the main house, gatehouse and gardens. In Bodmin, one of the most appealing places from a tourism perspective is that you can get there by car, train or bicycle. Either way there’s a little bit of walking involved.
We took the King Harry Ferry with the car from Feock to the Roseland Peninsula. Although a little pricey it cuts 27 miles off your journey and provides a serene way of arriving – almost like stepping into Narnia. We then followed the country lane to our destination of St Just in Roseland Church.
Fowey takes its name from the river that it lies at the mouth of – the River Fowey. And this most pretty of harbourside villages is pronounced FOY (as in joy) not FOW-EE!
A day out in Bude, I thought. We’ve got some properties in the town that are very popular and busy with guests much of the year. We also have guests returning there year after year. That’s usually a good sign that the place is worthy of a visit. Then a family member who used to live in that part of Cornwall recommended a restaurant for lunch. The deal was sealed.