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Port Quin and Doyden Point
England

Port Quin is a small inlet on the North Cornwall coast between Polzeath and Port Isaac. At the south-west point of the inlet is Doyden Point and situated above the point is Doyden Castle, a folly built in 1830 by Samuel Symons. Most of the land and some of the cottages at Port Quin are now owned by the National Trust.

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