Tremayne Quay was built by Sir Richard Vyvyan in 1847 anticipating a visit from Queen Victoria. She never actually came to the quay which is now owned by the National Trust. The tranquil walk down to the quay from the road runs along the wooded creekside and takes about forty minutes. It’s a great place to visit on foot or by boat for a picnic or an overnight camp.
The Quay now needs restoring and the National Trust have plans for improvements including new boat tie-ups and fire pits.
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