Brean Park is the choice for those who want both quality and luxury in a rural idyll.
Suitable for all families/friends sharing, why not bring the grandparents and don't forget well behaved pets are welcome so no-one misses out. …see more
Rosamund Pilcher and Daphne Du Maurier country. A perfect Cornish hideaway for those appreciating peace and quiet. Food hamper and cream tea on arrival. Wifi.Private off road parking,bed linen/ towels/beach towels/elec/heating included. Super kingsize or twin beds. There is a pretty courtyard garden with seating and a table for dining outdoors. Coast is a short drive away …see more
Sleeps six, linen provided
King/Double/Twin + cot
Two en suites/one full bathroom
Two lounge areas with flat screen TVs and Freeview
Kitchen/diner with cooker/hob, dishwasher, fridge freezer,
utility cloakroom washer/dryer.
Owl Cottage is a 19th century detached cottage with private off-road parking in a peaceful cul-de-sac in walking distance of shops, pubs, restaurants.
Changeover day is Friday in season, flexible out of season …see more
Wayton Barn Cottage is a splendid barn conversion furnished to a very high standard throughout and ideally located for touring Cornwall. Bed Linen and Towels are included in the tariff.
Heating and Electricity are included in the tariff. …see more
A place to do as much or as little as you like. This beautifully refurbished 300-year-old detached cottage near Fowey sleeps up to twelve, and its large private gardens and stunning surrounding area will enchant families and groups of friends alike. …see more
- Traditional, comfortable detached house, the original Mill House for the unrestored mill
- Unspoilt little creekside hamlet on a tributary of the Fowey river
- Off road parking for 2 cars
- Accessed via an uneven granite and cobbled pa... …see more
conveniently positioned waterside townhouse this spacious end terrace house sits within walking distance of shops and amenities. The river fowey runs in front of the property and winds its way to the beautiful south cornwall. The main line station in the town is ideal for those who do not drive or who wish to travel by train as you can hop on and off easily; london to penzance without any fuss. A short stroll takes you to the best restaurants and pubs in town and also close to the river for those who want to try kayaking fishing or swimming. The golf course is only a 5 minute drive and there are great walks around restormel castle or the lanhydrock estate. Other attractions worth a look include the eden project the lost gardens of heligan tall ships at charlestown tate gallery at st ives and much more. Games room: with multi games table and dartboard. The accommodation is over four floors and consists of three bedrooms: on the second floor master double with king-size bed en-suite shower room and wc and 1 further double. On the third floor 1 loft style twin room. Bathroom: on the second floor with shower over bath. Separate wc on ground floor. Lounge/kitchen/diner: open plan on the first floor with sofa flatscreen tv/dvd ipod dock/digital radio and french doors opening onto the balcony overlooking the river fowey. Dining table and chairs. Well equipped kitchen area with electric oven and gas hob fridge/freezer dishwasher and microwave. On the ground floor further lounge area with tv blu-ray selection of board games and french doors leading to patio area overlooking the river fowey. Utility room: on first floor with washer/dryer and wc. Outside: paved patio with table and chairs and outlook over the river in front. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen towels electricity central heating and wi-fi included. Regret no smoking. Regret no pets. Location: shops pubs river and train station all within walking distance beach 6 miles. Arrival: 3:00pm. …see more
This outstanding property is one of a row of beautifully converted Grade II listed Victorian railway buildings that have been architecturally designed to reflect the acclaimed existing Isabard Kingdom Brunel structures, with picturesque riverside landscaping. River Q... …see more
cosy stone cottage on the edge of historic town of lostwithiel this cosy detached single storey cottage adjacent to the owners property is situated on the edge of the historic town of lostwithiel in an elevated position with distant views over the fowey valley which is an area of outstanding natural beauty. A walk down the hill takes you to a range of pubs shops and antique shops with several good footpaths and the saints way passing the edge of the town. An ideal position for touring the county there are some lovely beaches fishing villages and sheltered coves close by as well as attractions to suit most tastes which include the eden project lost gardens of heligan lanhydrock tall ships at charlestown tate gallery at st ives and much more. The accommodation served by solar panels which are fitted to the house next door offers one double bedroom. Bathroom: with shower over bath and wc. Lounge/diner: with freeview tv dvd gas fire and double sofa-bed. Kitchen: galley-style and modern with cooker fridge/freezer and microwave. Utility: external with washing machine and spin dryer. Outside: patio area with seating. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen towels electric central heating and wi-fi included. Regret no smoking. 1 well-behaved dog welcome. Additional info: welcome tray of refreshments on arrival. Undercover bike storage. Location: beach 5 miles pubs shops and restaurants all within 10 minute walk. …see more
grade ii listed building close to river fowey regret no babies or children under 8 years this delightful two-storey apartment is situated over the owners beautiful antique shop in the centre of the medieval town of lostwithiel. Once part of the great hall of the old duchy palace. The historic town oozes character and history and is also known as the antiques capital of cornwall. There is always something to see and do here and you can walk from the property to the train station and hop off in london or penzance without any fuss. Close to the best restaurants and pubs in town and also close to the river for those who want to try kayaking canoeing fishing or swimming. The golf course is only a 5 minute drive and there are great walks around restormel castle or the lanhydrock estate. Other attractions worth a look include the eden project the lost gardens of heligan tall ships at charlestown tate gallery at st ives and much more. The accommodation offers three bedrooms: situated on the second-floor 1 double and 1 twin and 1 further double on the first floor. Bathroom: jack and jill style situated on the second floor bath with shower attachment and wc. Further bathroom on the first floor bath with shower over and wc. Lounge: leading to a cosy snug area with library tv/dvd hi-fi and wi-fi available. Kitchen/diner: open-plan with large table feature oak beams and well-equipped with gas range cooker and electric combi/microwave washing machine fridge/freezer. Utility room: with washing line in the boiler room on the top floor suitable for drying and airing. Outside: although the property has no garden the park and riverside bbq areas are only a 2 minute walk away. Barbecue utensils and charcoal are available for your convenience to use at these facilities. Amenities: parking spaces and roadside parking in quay street close to the property. Bed linen towels electric central heating and wi-fi included. Regret no smoking. 2 dogs welcome. Additional information: take a piece of your holiday home with you as many items in the apartment are available to purchase. This property has two staircases and therefore the owners feel it is not suitable for babies or children under 8 years old. Location: pubs shops and restaurants all within walking distance. …see more
modern loft apartment in traditional rural setting accessed via external stairs and situated above a store room making it ideal for couples looking for a quiet retreat in the countryside. The owner s stables are directly opposite the property. Nestling in a rural setting the converted loft is a few hundred yards walk from the village which has a 12th century pub whilst the saints way passes the property and offers excellent walking. The market town of lostwithiel is close with shops restaurants and pubs as well as restormel castle which overlooks the river fowey and makes a pleasant location for a picnic. The beautiful harbour of fowey is also within easy reach where the renowned author daphne du maurier lived. A festival is held each may which is a celebration of her life and work. Fowey regatta week (august) is a popular event with competitive sailing events street carnival the red arrows display team and much more. The picturesque and unspoilt harbour of charlestown is also worth a visit. Built in the early 19th century for the export of copper and china clay it is home to a collection of old ships which have been used in film projects and its shipwreck and heritage centre has the largest uk collection of artefacts and treasure recovered from shipwrecks.You will be ideally placed to visit some of the many national trust properties including lanhydrock house with its extensive grounds. The eden project and bodmin moor are also easily reached as are the north cornish coastal towns of tintagel port isaac boscastle and padstow. The accommodation offers one bedroom: king-size flatscreen tv and dvd. Bathroom: with spa bath separate shower and wc. Lounge/kitchen/diner: with flatscreen tv dvd double electric fan oven ceramic round hob microwave integrated fridge with ice box integrated washing machine dishwasher dining table and chairs. Outside: enclosed decked area at the back of the property with gas bbq exclusively for the use of guests. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen towels electric and central heating included. Free wi-fi access point. Regret no smoking. 1 medium or 2 small dogs by arrangement. Location: beach 5 miles shop short drive pub walking distance. Arrival: 3pm. …see more
Located in a building designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, this holiday apartment is yards away from award-winning pubs that pride themselves on local ales and produce. Lostwithiel has a castle and sits astride the River Fowey, which cuts through the middle of the to... …see more
This stable has been lovingly converted and offers spacious holiday accommodation, with parking for 3 cars, a boat and a trailer. Close to the Saints Way running from Padstow to Fowey, walks are magnificent along the Luxulyan Valley. Bodmin, 4 miles, and St Austell 5... …see more
Just 5 miles from sandy beaches and offering spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Adjoining the owner's home with private entrance and gardens, Ribby is within walking distance of the village. Lostwithiel with its Restormel Castle, 2 miles. Also close by... …see more
A charmingly converted old holiday cottage overlooking a tidal creek of the River Fowey in South Cornwall. Lerryn is a friendly, picture-book village with excellent shop/P.O. and a pub just steps away, serving lunches and dinners. The popular coastal fishing villages... …see more
Lerryn is one of the few remaining unspoilt, and very pretty, inland riverside villages in Cornwall. Watercolour Cottage overlooks a tidal creek off the River Fowey (see photograph). This very attractive holiday cottage provides a comfortable base in a delightful par... …see more
Set in an AONB, in the village of Lerryn, this charming riverside holiday cottage is in the perfect location to enjoy the views and walks along the pretty River Fowey and the countryside beyond. Lerryn has an inn serving local food and ales, and facilities for boat l... …see more
This detached holiday cottage sits in the shadow of the picturesque village church. Originally a blacksmith's workshop, it is situated close to the owners' former coaching house. It is just a few hundred yards from the village pub, with walks from the front door thro... …see more