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The Weary Friar

Pillaton, Saltash, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly, PL12 6QS, United Kingdom
Self Assessed
Plymouth Sound

Plymouth Sound

This magnificent coastal section runs along the eastern side of Plymouth Sound from Andurn Point northwards to Mount Batten Point.  As you travel along this route you can experience a varied and impressive geology.  The rocks become younger as you head north but all were laid down during the Devonian Period (395 - 354 million years ago), named after this county.

China Fleet Country Club

China Fleet Country Club

China Fleet Country Club is a superb 18 hole, parkland golf course designed by Dr Martin Grant Hawtree, located amongst 180 acres of beautiful Cornish Countryside along the River Tamar.Based in Saltash and only a 15 minute drive from Plymouth, our golf course is the perfect location for all Devon and Cornwall golfers, or if you are travelling from further afield you will be impressed by what we have to offer

Dartmoor National Park

Dartmoor National Park

Dartmoor National Park's landscape is as dramatic as its weather. From its striking granite tors to steep wooded river valleys and from swathes of heather covered moorland to tucked away villages and hamlets. It is a land of contrasts - some people come to experience the tranquillity by getting away from it all, whilst others come to get active.

Cotehele

Cotehele

Cotehele, is a medieval house with Tudor additions, situated in the parish of Calstock, in the east of Cornwall, England. It is a rambling granite and slate-stone manor house on the banks of the River Tamar that has been little changed over five centuries.

The Eden Project

The Eden Project

The Eden project is a popular visitor attraction in Cornwall. Inside the two biomes are plants that are collected from many diverse climates and environments. The project is located in a reclaimed Kaolinite pit, located near St Austell, Cornwall.

St Mellion International Resort

St Mellion International Resort

The St Mellion International Resort, just a couple of miles away, is a golf club with excellent recreational facilities, comprising of a hotel, conference facilities, health club, spa and two championship courses. One of the courses was designed by Jack Nicklaus and hosted a European Tour event for a number of years.

Bodmin Moor and the Tamar Valley

Bodmin Moor and the Tamar Valley

There is no better illustration of the diversity of Cornwall's landscape than the contrast between the ruggedness of Bodmin Moor and its proximity to the lush Tamar Valley. Bodmin Moor holds designations including World Heritage Site status, recognising the area’s tin mining industry dating back over 4,000 years. It has been named an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and most of the moor has been declared a Site of Special Scientific Importance. A brilliant place for walking with over 150 square miles to explore, it's Cornwall at is wildest.

Beautiful fishing villages and beaches such as those at Looe

Beautiful fishing villages and beaches such as those at Looe

Looe is a beautiful coastal town and fishing port in south-east Cornwall, 20 miles west of the city of Plymouth. The town centres around a small harbour and a lovely sandy beach.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Mevagissey, are one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK. The gardens are typical of the Gardenesque style with areas of different character and in different design styles. They were created from the mid-18th century but were neglected after the First World War are restored in the 1990s, a restoration that was the subject of several popular television programmes and books.

 
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