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du Maurier's river

By keithsutton
Bodinnick (Cornish: Bosdinek, meaning fortified dwelling) is a riverside village in south Cornwall, in the United Kingdom. It is a fishing village situated on the east bank of the River Fowey opposite the town of Fowey, also on the banks of the Fowey River. The ferry crossing is from Fowey to Bodinnick and the "Old Ferry Inn" is located on its bank glorified as "in the heart of Du Maurier country". This ferry terminal is said to have existed since the 13th century.
Daphne du Maurier wrote many novels while living at "Ferryside" (a house that is stated to be still owned by her family) on the river bank at Bodinnick on the eastern shore, opposite to Fowey; she moved to Menabilly later after the publication of her novel Rebecca.

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Tags: River Still Fowey Romance Tranquil Landscape and travel

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10 Feb 2013 7:54PM
Ooooo...gorgeous shot !!! the light & warm tones !!

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OAKEY 10 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2013 8:19PM
I love it.

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