53 Noss Mayo
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"Perfect location for relaxation and for coastal walks."
"What a calm and gorgeous place, we'll be back!"

Panoramic view of the villages of Noss Mayo  and Newton  Ferrers

This panorama was taken at an 8am high tide Easter 2008.

The view is what you see from the patio area across the road from 53. There's always someone or something to watch on the water.

Pope's Quay is the focus for much waterside activity. There are usually some children crabbing*, often a couple of larger boats will moor while they get a pint in the Swan. To the right you can look across to the sister village of Newton Ferrers - Newton has a Co-op, Post Office, pub, butcher and a chemist. At high tide you can walk around in about 20 minutes. At most low tides you can walk across the voss in five minutes.
Two good pubs within yards

There are three pubs - all serving good food and good beer- within easy walking distance. The Swan and The Ship in Noss and the Dolphin in Newton.

Public footpath via voss sign

The area is a paradise for walkers with the choice of the coast path or many inland routes.


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* crabbing - an entertainment for children and a source of food for hundreds of small crabs. The crabs have trained children to dangle a few tasty morsels of bacon rind and the like for them to enjoy. In return the crabs spend half an hour in a bucket of water before being put back for next time.

Please don't use fishing hooks for crabbing, they don't help catch the crabs and they can be a danger to you and to the swans.

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