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Feock, near Truro, is a small village situated on the Fal estuary. The King Harry Ferry takes cars and their passengers across the water to Philleigh on the Roseland peninsula, a pleasant and interesting journey which also saves driving 27 miles around the peninsula. On the Roseland side of the estuary is the fifteenth century Smuggler's Cottage. General Eisenhower used to live in this cottage, but today food is served here. On the other side of Feock is the seventeenth century Pandora Inn, known for its good food. The church in the centre of Feock dates back to the twelfth century but it was almost completely rebuilt in the nineteenth century. The National Trust's Trelissick Gardens are nearby. The eighteenth century house is privately owned and therefore not open to the public, although the gardens are. A boat service from Falmouth to Feock is run three times a day, with a commentary on the area's history as it goes along. Take a look at what to do around feock