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Fowey Hall Walk

4 miles (6 km)

This popular circular walk in Fowey involves two ferry crossings and lovely waterside sections along Pont Pill and Fowey Quay. Along the way you'll enjoy wonderful views over Fowey Harbour, the River Fowey and the south coast. There's also pretty little quays, Cornish villages and splendid pubs for refreshments.
The walk starts in Fowey, at the Fowey to Bodinnick Ferry. After catching the ferry to Bodinnick you pick up the footpath and head south to the 'Q' memorial. The route then heads east along the green waters of the tidal river of Pont Pill to the pretty hamlet of Pont. Here you cross a footbridge to the southern side of Pont Pill and head west to Polruan. At Polruan you catch the ferry back to Fowey and finish the walk with a stroll along the quay.
To extend your walking in the area you could follow the coast path east and try the popular Looe to Polperro Walk. The walk takes in Talland Bay, the Looe Estuary and Hannafore with great views to Looe Island.
You could also head in the other direction on the Fowey to Polkerris Walk. The circular walk visits the National Trust's Gribbin Head and the pretty beach and harbour at the village of Polkerris. The long distance Saints Way also passes through Fowey. If you follow it north on the Fowey to Golant Walk you can enjoy views of the river and the noteworthy Sawmills Studio.

Fowey Hall Walk OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Fowey Hall Walk Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

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Fowey Hall hotel - geograph.org.uk - 799435

Fowey Hall hotel Built in 1899 by Sir Charles Hanson, a former Lord Mayor of London, Fowey Hall regularly hosted royal visitors and it was the inspiration for Toad Hall in The Wind in the Willows. It is now a luxury family hotel and every May hosts the Daphne Du Maurier literary festival.

View down to the river from the grounds of Fowey Hall - geograph.org.uk - 799429

View down to the river from the grounds of Fowey Hall

Fowey, from across the estuary - geograph.org.uk - 1361651

Fowey, from across the estuary. View near Penleath Point by the Hall Walk. (The Hall Walk was created by the Mohun family and was in existence in 1585 – an early example of an estate or pleasure garden promenade)

Fowey, seen from the Hall Walk - geograph.org.uk - 138232

Fowey, seen from the Hall Walk. Fowey: seen from the Hall Walk. Here the mv Wisaforest is being manoeuvred upstream to the china clay docks at Carne Point by two tugs, one out of shot to the right. 1.8 million tons of china clay were being exported from this port by 1994. Looking roughly west

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