Wednesday, 16 January 2019

POLKERRIS COVE, CORNWALL

Polkerris Cove, Cornwall and the Rashleigh Inn
Polkerris and the Rshleigh Inn

Polkerris is a lovely small, sheltered cove facing south west. It's about three miles west of Fowey and has connections with the author Daphne Du Maurier - and the settings for her books.

The white building is the Rashleigh Inn - a pleasant place from which to enjoy the summer sunsets.

The village is  really just a narrow road with a few cottages. There is a small car park and also limited parking for patrons of the Rashleigh Inn.

I snapped the photo while walking along the coastal path.

2 comments:

  1. I know the grass is greener etc. but you really do love in a lovely part of the country. Fascinating to see the houses nestled into the hillside and the reflections add some sparkle. 😁

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    1. Thanks David. I guess though that we take photos of the best bits of wherever we live. I like Cornwall very much and will never move away but, of course, not everything is perfect.

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