26 photos of Cremyll, South East Cornwall
Cremyll is a small village on the west bank of the River Tamar facing Plymouth. At Cremyll there is a nice waterside area with a pub and there is an entrance into Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, which is a popular park with many paths and trails. There is a ferry from Plymouth. By road, Cremyll is about 25 miles from Plymouth on the A38, with a left turning at Trerulefoot onto the A374, then after Polbathic turn right onto the B3247 where signposted to Crafthole and at Crafthole turn left at the mini roundabout to stay on the B3247 until Crafthole. Photos include photos of Cremyll and the Cremyll ferry.
Cremyll Photos Copyright Simon Lewis
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A set of 11 photos of Cremyll photographed on 13 March 2011
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A set of 15 photos of Cremyll photographed on 20 April 2013
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