This is Cornwall


We really don’t know if it gets better than this. Beautiful clear blue sky and some late season warm sunshine, the crowds of summer long gone, the North Cornwall coast in all its wonderful glory. We’re here with Phil’s sister Joy and her husband Charlie, we all share a love of this place which will stay with us for as long as we live, it’s wonderful. So after doing real justice to Tribute ale last night, we take a longer walk today, leaving the car at Harlyn and then taking the bus to Porthcothan, then walking back to Harlyn along the coast path, through Treyarnon, Booby’s Bay, Constantine Bay, Trevose Head and eventually Harlyn.

Mother Ivey’s Bay

The sun is warm, the Atlantic cobalt blue but calm by its own standards, the waters clear and the day as still as can be. We breathe clean clear air, the warm sun on our faces as seabirds and falcons circle above our heads, this wonderful place embracing us and reminding us just why we love it. It doesn’t matter how far we travel or what we might see, this stretch of coastline will always remain one of our favourite spots. And today we are presented with it in all its outstanding splendour.

The pub tour continues with the Harlyn Inn and the Farmers Arms at St Merryn as the debate over tonight’s destinations starts…

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