Lerryn is an idyllic place, providing all the delights of a traditional village with its well-stocked shop, cream teas on the green, friendly pub and an ancient stone bridge crossing the River Fowey. Nestling in a wooded valley, riverside walks reveal herons, swans, kingfishers and egrets. Froglands is a mile outside the village, a large welcoming family home in a wonderfully peaceful and tranquil location, with eight acres of garden, meadow and woodland to explore. A mowed path leads down to the orchard, where a picnic table is set beside the stream. There are walking routes nearby and local farms sell scrumpy cider. Kayaks and canoes can be launched from the village to follow the river lazily downstream towards Fowey.