Bodinnick is a tiny village built on a steep hill on one side of Pont Creek, an estuary of the Fowey River. From here the ferryboats would take the passengers across the fast-flowing river to Fowey. Daphne du Maurier, the famous authoress, stayed here when still a young girl, and often lunched with her parents at this quaint inn. The du Maurier family still own a house alongside the inn at the water's edge. The cottages above the Ferry Inn are a joyous sight in summer, their gardens packed tight with bright flowers.
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