South Cornwall - Falmouth and Roseland Guidebook

£9.99

It’s a surprise to come across a tidal estuary at all, so deep in the heart of rural Cornwall; to be walking through a landscape of fields and country lanes far from the sea, but then to stumble upon a valley brimful of seawater. This book follows the coast from Maenporth to Falmouth then swings into the Fal Estuary and along Carrick Roads past Mylor and the Pandora Inn to the wooded creeks around Trelissick, Malpas and Ruan Lanihorne. After an excursion to Tregothnan and Philleigh, we cross the Fal River near the King Harry Ferry into the beautiful Roseland Peninsula to explore St Just-in-Roseland, St Mawes, St Anthony Head, Porth and Portscatho ending at Nare Head near Veryan.

ISBN: 978-1-904645-11-5 
Edition: 5th (2019)
Pages: 96 
Size: 240mm x 140mm

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Based on 9 reviews
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Mr Stephen Williams (Amazon review)
Tourist information.

Good summary of the area

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Malcolm Barton
Definitely Friendly

It is more like a conversation than a guide book. Can't wait for our visit.

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Susanne Veil
Almost a work of art

This is the fourth guidebook of yours that I bought - I can highly recommend them all. Studying them is like a short holiday.

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Anonymous
South Cornwall

Initially purchased the Lands End guide book and was so impressed, immediately purchased the Lizard and Falmouth & Roseland guide books. Excellent layout, history, information and walks. Had also purchased other guidebooks but these were far the best.

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Avid Hiker (Amazon review)
Informative and accessable

I'm a lover of Cornwall and my family and I spend a bit of time there each summer. We always refer to a Friendly Guide for where to go and what to do. For anyone looking to get a local's point of view on this fantastic region you can't do better that this.

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
89%
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11%
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Mr Stephen Williams (Amazon review)
Tourist information.

Good summary of the area

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Malcolm Barton
Definitely Friendly

It is more like a conversation than a guide book. Can't wait for our visit.

S
Susanne Veil
Almost a work of art

This is the fourth guidebook of yours that I bought - I can highly recommend them all. Studying them is like a short holiday.

A
Anonymous
South Cornwall

Initially purchased the Lands End guide book and was so impressed, immediately purchased the Lizard and Falmouth & Roseland guide books. Excellent layout, history, information and walks. Had also purchased other guidebooks but these were far the best.

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Avid Hiker (Amazon review)
Informative and accessable

I'm a lover of Cornwall and my family and I spend a bit of time there each summer. We always refer to a Friendly Guide for where to go and what to do. For anyone looking to get a local's point of view on this fantastic region you can't do better that this.