Posted by Carla
Take the Cremyll ferry to stunning Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park. You are free to explore 865 acres of formal gardens, deer park and woodlands including the National Camellia Collection.
The park sits on the Rame Peninsular and offers gentle walks around its gardens and stunning views back towards Plymouth. For the more adventurous, walk along the Southwest Coastpath to the unspoilt twin villages of Cawsand and Kingsand from where you can catch a ferry back to Plymouth’s Barbican. The best way to reach Mount Edgcumbe is by using the historic Cremyll Ferry from Stonehouse. This ferry, the Northern Belle, was built for this very route in 1927 and was used in the evacuation of Dunkirk during World War II.