click on any photo to enlarge
“A classic old fishermen’s boozer, complete with low ceilings, tankards behind the bar and a comprehensive selection of Cornish ales.” – one of the oldest inns in Cornwall, England, as evidenced by the sign.
Market House in St-Ives, Cornwall, England
A dramatization of Daphne du Maurier’s “Rebecca” included exterior shots of Caerhay’s Castle. Caerhay’s overlooks Porthluney Cove in Cornwall. It was converted from a medieval manor by architect, John Nash and is privately owned by the Williams family.
Tintagel Castle is rich in legend and mystery; said to be the birthplace of King Arthur with a history that reaches back all the way to the Roman Empire.
And a favourite landmark sign – seen in Mevagissey in Cornwall, England. Admittedly posted before but pertinent to this post …