Washaway is a rural hamlet in the Camel Valley in Cornwall. Set amid beautiful countryside of the Camel Valley it is conveniently located on the road between Bodmin and Wadebridge.
The Anglican chapel at Washaway, dating from 1882, has a font which is one of the earliest in the county. The Camel Trail runs through the valley, beside the River Camel, and provides wonderful opportunities for family cycling and walking.
Close by is the Camel Valley Vineyard, where award winning wine and tours make this a very enjoyable attraction. Also nearby is Pencarrow House and Gardens where visitors can enjoy 50 acres of gardens which include the Italian Gardens, lovely lawns with magnificent specimen trees, woodland walks and lots of flowering plants and shrubs.