To provide you with the best experience on this website, cookies are used. By using the site it's assumed that you're happy with our use of cookies. However, you can change your cookie settings at any time. More info on cookies.
Allow cookies

Lerryn and St Winnow

Kenneth Grahame found inspiration to write the Wind in the Willow on this stretch of the Fowey estuary. At the head of a tranquil wooded creek you will find the delightful village of Lerryn. Truly a hidden gem, this tiny and unspoilt village is the perfect spot for lunch, a pint or cream tea on the village green. Hop across the river on stepping stones, watch the wildlife or hire a kayak to explore this lovely creek. You could also book one of our river cruises to Lerryn.

Nearby is the hamlet of St Winnow with its beautiful church which lies right on the riverside. The farm sometimes provides tea and snacks using their own produce, making for the perfect pit stop on a long walk.

Search Accommodation

Check in date?
What type of accommodation?

Join Our Mailing List

Keep your finger on the pulse by signing up for our latest information updates

Click here to sign up