An exploration of the nooks and crannies of this ancient settlement and gateway to Fowey. Bodinnick was the first home of the du Maurier family and where Daphne’s writing career began. Dr Helen Doe, a noted historian, whose family has links to this area, will help you discover its hidden history. You will see some special places, not usually open to the public, with a romantic medieval past. A moderate circular walk of about 2 miles with some steep hills and stiles. Meet: At the bus shelter, at the top of the Ferry Slip at Bodinnick, Fowey. Limited parking in Bodinnick use Caffa Mill or Station Road PL23 1DF in Fowey and take car ferry as a foot passenger.
The guide reserves the right to alter or cancel the walk which might endanger the safety of the group. Guides subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances. Most walks include some hills, steps or stiles and maybe unsuitable for those with mobility impairment. Please wear stout shoes and bring a waterproof coat. Strictly no dogs please.