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Downderry

 A pleasant and traditional village,  tucked away in a somewhat bypassed position,  being almost a one street village,  on the  coastal road between the magnificent sandy beaches at Whitsand Bay (2 miles away) and Looe which is about 5 miles further down the coast.  During the summer fishermen pull their small boats up onto the beach, fishing mainly for crab & oyster which are often available for sale. A tiny village but with a few cafes and restaurants and a couple of pubs.   In particular the Inn On The Shore is an idyllic setting to savour  a drink or food, with indoor restaurant and outdoor seating overlooking the sandy beach.  Adults can watch the children on the beach whilst enjoying a drink and some peace and quiet from the seating area!  The Blue Plate restaurant does good food. The Swan cafe and coffee shop does good value all day breakfast with good lunches.  The village has a good size general stores with Post Office. Joined to Downderry is seaton village, next along the coastal road,  having a good family beach and beach cafe and The Smugglers Inn (with restaurant area).

 
seaton beach The Blue Plate Restaurant Downderry car park
Seaton beach  Blue Plate Restaurant Downderry's car park
The Swan Cafe downderry beach inn on the shore
The Swan Cafe Downderry beach (Inn on the shore visible)   Inn On The Shore