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The first cottage built on the Point was purchased by my Great Grandparents Thomas and Eileen Perkins in the late 1930’s and has been in the family for four generations. The cottage is awash with old world charm filled with boating relics from the past and clad with golden wood paneling. The sweet smell of the cedar oil used by my Great Grandmother to polish the floors still fills the air. An old brick and lime mortar fireplace sits in the heart of the cottage having burnt fires for almost a hundred years. The cottage is situated on 2 acres with an abundance of native bush land and has arguably the best views of Clarence Point. On a clear day you can see all the way to snow capped mountains.

This place holds a world of memories.

My Dad tells of times when my Great Grandfather would read him a bedtime story with an old double barrel 12 bore shot gun resting against his chair on guard to defend against bush rangers.

My Great Grandmother swam daily in the cool waters of the Tamar River rand this is a tradition our family continue to this day.

Fishing trips in old wooden dinghys and yachting along the Tamar with friends.

We would love you to come to Wingtons Glamping at Westwynd Cottage and create your own unique memories.


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