Lantivet bay A lovely unspoilt area with fabulous views as well as plenty of coves and beaches to relax, picnic, fish and swim in! Its best to park in the National Trust car park at Frogmore, on the Polruan to … Read More
Helman tor Huge granite boulders and panoramic views, that’s what you get when you visit Helman Tor, in the parish of Lanlivery and just a few miles from Lostwithiel. The tor, is a neolithic site dating back to 4500bc. This enclosure … Read More
Duchy palace The Duchy Palace as it is known today was built in circa 1292by Edmund Earl of Cornwall. In 1337 Edward of Woodstock, son of King Edward 3rd became the first Duke of Cornwall he was later referred to … Read More
The beach in East Looe sits directly in front of the town, with the famous Banjo Pier running along its westerly edge and overlooked from the east by the hillside of Mount Ararat. Looe beach is good as a family beach, … Read More
Lerryn around 4 miles from Lostwithiel is a beautiful and picturesque village surrounded by trees with its river flowing alongside a lovely picnic area. Within the village there is a fabulous delicatessen selling a wide range of delicious local produce. Next … Read More
Just a 25 minute drive from Mellingey are the Lost gardens of Heligan, you can easily spend the day wandering through the various formal and informal areas. From statues to lakes and brightly planted borders the place is simply stunning.
Walking alongside the river at Lostwithiel is fabulous, this view is around 300 metres below the town bridge, walking towards the peace and tranquility of Coulson park where the river meanders through the trees towards Pill walk and the bottom … Read More
Lostwithiel’s ancient town bridge, spanning the river Fowey dates back to the 13th century and built by the Normans, the bridge originally had 9 arches but due to sediment and change in river direction 4 of the arches are believed … Read More