Downderry is a coastal village in South East Cornwall and is situated 18 miles west of Plymouth and one mile east of Seaton. Downderry has a long beach of light shingle. There is road access down to the beach via a slipway and although this is blocked by a locked gate, pedestrian access is still possible. Dogs are allowed on the beach and the east beach has a reputation as a nudist beach. The village and beach offer views of Looe Island to the west and Rame Head to the east, and on clear days, it is possible to catch sight of the Eddystone Lighthouse 8 miles to the south. The village has a Church of England Church, a Methodist Chapel, a shop with a post office, a pub, a restaurant, a coffee shop and a primary school.
Blue Plate (Restaurant) http://www.blueplatecornwall.com/
Inn on the Shore (Pub) http://inn-on-the-shore.co.uk/
Cornwall Beach Guide http://www.cornwall-beaches.co.uk/south-east/downderry.htm
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