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Well worth a visit if you are interested in the past . This is a chapel built on a rocky plateau, possibly as a hermitage for a retreat from the world.Dramatic from below, but you can climb up as well, by ladders, if you are...More
Walked from our accommodation at Carbis Wharf circa 7pm. Dicing with death with fast Cornish drivers and passing a strange local house with a sign outside - offering to show you hand made knives!
Once off the road we were met by the most odd...More
Just outside Roche you will find Roche Rock. You will need sturdy shoes as you make your way to what is believed to be an old castle.
There is a set of ladders fixed into the wall so you can climb up. When you get...More
Whilst staying in Roche we decided to visit the rock.
This is a simple looking structure built on to of a rock.
Climbing up to the structure and looking round what is left stirs the imagination of what it would have been like when it...More
Went there when our singing group The Trembellos sang in the church. Decided to climb to the top and take some photos. Would advise anyone to make sure to secure all loose articles. Halfway up the steel ladder, my camera fell out of my pocket...More
Finally we got to go to Roche Rock and have a decent look around!! I braved the two ladders and was rewarded with a stunning view over Cornwall, even on an overcast day it was beautiful! Its a shame more isnt made of this place,...More