Old Ferry InnBodinnick
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This unspoilt 400-year old pub lies in a small scenic village overlooking the Fowey river and close to the Bodinnick foot and car ferry. The downstairs lounge bar area, warmed by a wood burner in winter, has a slate floor and is full of ship artefacts and memorabilia as well as antique pictures of the area. A separate 'family room', so-called from the old days, has one wall of the bedrock into which the inn is built, while an upstairs terrace (open in all weathers) and the dining room have great views over the river and Fowey. There are 12 ensuite letting rooms available; dogs are welcome in the lower bar. The guest beer changes regularly.