Plume of Feathers

Portscatho Cornwall



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Roger & Helen welcome you to

"The Plume".


Portscatho lies in the South-westerly corner of Gerrans Bay on the Roseland peninsula. The East-facing cove affords shelter from the prevailing south-westerly winds and this meant it was ideal as a base for the pilchard fleets of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and is still, although on a much smaller scale, an active fishing port today. The same shelter makes for safe swimming and its proximity to many fine sandy beaches means it’s a family favourite.


In the village centre you’ll find several shops including a butchers and a grocery/off licence as well as numerous gift shops and of course the famous Plume of Feathers


Owning this beautiful coastal pub with rooms is a dream 20 years in the making for us!  


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"Our little corner of lovely England"

Roger & Helen

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