Day 2 of our trip we decided to explore the picturesque surroundings of where we were staying. The night before we had precariously driven down an unmade single track in trepidation. As soon as we caught sight of where we would be staying it didn’t matter anymore. It was beautiful. The surroundings and the accommodation.
We stayed at The Lower Pentire Barn. This was situated on the Carminowe Creek which is joined to the river Loe and The Loe Bar. We rambled around this area for 4 hours walking a distance of about 14km there and back.
This is the view of our cottage from across the creek.
Showing where the river joins the creek.
Looking from the beach of Loe Bar back towards the river.
We climbed to the cliff top to continue our walk round to the woods. Reiss looking out to sea…
The woods on the other side of the river were very dense with some unusual trees.
Our cottage was equipped with a log burner which we made use of every night. It is surprising at how efficient they are. Considering the cottage had stone floors and walls the fire kept us nice and toastie and replaced the t.v. Instead of watching a film we watched the fire and played cards or Monopoly.
I have fallen in love with The Lower Pentire Barn and cannot wait to return.