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A couple of days in Cornwall

on February 19, 2013

We’ve been fantastically lucky with the weather this week. On Saturday we booked a last-minute deal at the Royal Duchy Hotel in Falmouth for dinner, bed and breakfast for 3 nights and we’ll be heading home tomorrow. My sister-in-law spent her wedding night here, so I’ve always wondered what the place was like. I’m glad to report that it’s really quite splendid.  Very friendly staff, swimming pool heated to just the right temperature and marvellous views out to sea.

St MawsHere I am, squinting in the sun, as we took the ferry over to St Maws. The ride was distinctly bouncy but as the journey’s only twenty minutes, we survived. We had lunch with friends who have a holiday home there and took a walk around the pretty church at St Just in Roseland.

St Ives


Today we went to St Ives, had coffee in The Tate, then drove along the north coast to St Agnes. Look at the colour of that sea. Absolutely beautiful. Now that should inspire me to do some writing.

Where have you been recently?

3 responses to “A couple of days in Cornwall

  1. Lovely photographs and especially as here in the Mani we are having more storms but tonight great sunset.

  2. Fiona Murphy says:

    Cornwall looks lovely. I might just have to take a trip. How long did it take to drive? x

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