On the outskirts of the popular Cornish coastal town of Fowey, this delightful holiday cottage provides a great base for a relaxing summer holiday by the sea or a cosy winter break where you can enjoy invigorating coastal walks and evenings by the fire. Lovely beaches, an abundance of attractions and plenty of places in Fowey for a meal out - all the right ingredients for a holiday!
An Eco-friendly holiday barn located in a rural position just three miles from the popular sailing town of Fowey and close to Polkerris beach. Close by to wonderful beaches, good restaurants, coastal walks and all the attractions of South Cornwall. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
Set in a peaceful estate just a ten-minute walk from the beach at Readymoney Cove, and 15 minutes from the heart of Fowey with a great choice of pubs and shops, The Shippen is the perfect Cornwall country cottage. It sleeps four people in two bedrooms and is stylishly decorated to be both comfortable and relaxing. The South West Coast Path runs nearby, and there are a wealth of beautiful beaches and coves to explore. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
A traditional barn conversion offering stylish yet classical self-catering in a lovely rural position just three miles from the popular Cornish harbour town of Fowey and close to Polkerris beach. Enjoy great restaurants, gorgeous beaches, miles of coastal footpath and the many attractions of South Cornwall within easy reach Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
A delightful Grade II listed holiday cottage perfectly placed in the popular harbour town of Fowey on Cornwall's stunning south coast. Restaurants, shops, sandy beaches, pubs for a local pint and fantastic coastal walks on the doorstep, along with the many attractions of the area (including The Eden Project) a short drive away. Everything a seaside retreat should be, including a lovely terrace to sit out and enjoy a glass of wine whilst hearing the cry of the gulls!
A lovely Grade II listed holiday cottage ideal for couples, in a wonderful location in the harbour town of Fowey in South Cornwall. Beaches, traditional pubs, restaurants and amazing coastal walks on the doorstep and a great base for exploring Cornwall's many attractions.
In a beautiful position, Purcell House affords lovely views over the Fowey Estuary and beyond to the sea. This pretty seaside town offers great restaurants, beaches, shops, galleries and superb coastal and countryside walks. Explore the Fowey estuary on foot, boat or kayak or discover the many attractions of South Cornwall by car with world class attractions within driving distance including the Eden Project. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
A spacious holiday home sleeping six guests in four bedrooms located by the inner harbour, overlooking the River Fowey in the quiet little village of Golant, near Fowey in South Cornwall. Beautiful coastal walks and lovely beaches just waiting to be explored.
Fowey's southern location means it benefits from the best of the British weather, with long days of warm sunshine, mild evenings, and some spectacular winter storms. There are several stunning beaches nearby. Par Sands is popular with families and kite surfers, while Polkerris and Lansallos are peaceful and sheltered. Readymoney Cove is a short walk from the town centre with lots of rock pools to explore.
Cornwall is not just about beaches. Fowey is surrounded by unspoiled countryside adored by ramblers, mountain bikers, and horse riders alike. Sailing enthusiasts, anglers, and golfers are well catered for with superb facilities. Smugglers, pirates, and the navy have made good use of the coast line, and you can still see signs of their activity at places like St Catherine's Point and Polruan Blockhouse. If all that wasn't enough, there is an excellent selection of independent shops to browse and the famous Eden Project is just a short drive away.
This part of Cornwall is renowned for its delicious seafood and local produce. You only have to walk down Fore Street for your tummy to start rumbling as it is beckoned by the aroma wafting from numerous restaurants. Be sure to stop at Havener's and sample a pint of St Austell's finest Tribute overlooking the sea on the Quayside. For something a little more Mediterranean, head to Pintxo's on the Esplanade - a great 'pop-in' for tapas and a glass (or two!).
Usually a quieter part of Cornwall, Fowey becomes its busiest each August during the Fowey Regatta with visitor numbers peaking when the Red Arrows perform their annual show.