The Daymark

The Daymark

The headland above Stepper Point is topped by a stone tower, built as a day mark to serve as a navigation beacon for seafares during day light. It is referred to locally as the Daymark. It is also said its where Memaids wait to lure sailors to disaster. There are also great rock formation. Nearest coastal town is Padstow Cornwall.

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Lanhydock House & Church

Lanhydock House & Church

After a devastating fire in 1881,the 17th-century house was refurbished in the high-Victorian style. There are more than 50 rooms to explore. The parish church is dedicated to st Hydrock. Parts date back to the 15th-century, the church has a chancel,nave,north & south aisles and three stage battlement towers with one bell. The great house stands in extensive grounds above the river Fowey, the house is managed by the National Trust