Having looked at the local map Explorer 107, we did a short walk in the woods below Duloe which is the next village to ours on the way to Looe. The lanes were beautifully flush with spring flowers as the picture shows. After parking the car near a couple of others who were out dog walking, we walked through Tremedart wood, down to the stream, crossed into Penquite wood and back along the opposite side of the stream in Lantundle wood
to the car. I say stream. It is actually the early part of West Looe river. And very pretty too. Salmon, brown trout and sea trout can be fished for. I always have a hankering to do some fishing – whether I’ll get round to it is another matter. Back in Duloe, we park and visit the stone circle…Cornwall’s smallest, it is indeed titchy! See Historic Cornwall for details. I don’t think I have mentioned The Plough in Duloe which is our nearest pub, great for eating, but not a drinker’s pub as there are just a couple of stools at the bar.