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Creek View

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Eat with a view of Restronguet Creek

Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 3 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden

Saturday Changeover:

Wonderful views over Restronguet Creek

2 bedrooms, sleeps 4

1 travel cot and a high chair for a child under 2

Bungalow style cottage

Accommodation all on one level

Dog friendly

Parking for 3 cars

Private garden

Garden to rear enclosed

Free wifi access

Creek View is a single storey cottage with an elevated position in the picturesque village of Feock. The cottage boasts stunning water views over Restronguet Creek which can be enjoyed from the living room, master bedroom and the patio.

Creek View is only a few miles from the city of Truro. Walkers, cyclists and dog lovers will find the location ideal, as you can easily walk or drive to Loe Beach and The Old Quay Inn at Devoran, which have great food and are dog friendly. Local shops can be found two miles away at Playing Place and Carnon Downs.

The beautiful National Trust gardens of Trelissick are two miles away, right next to The King Harry Ferry where you can quickly reach The Roseland Peninsula and enjoy its sandy beaches, beautiful landscape and attractions at St Mawes.

Entrance Hall

Access from patio leads into entrance hall with doors to living room, second sitting/TV room, bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen.

Living Room

Living room with sitting and dining areas. Sofa, two arm chairs, flat screen TV, DVD, wood burner. Dining table and seating for 4. Wooden floor and a rug. Stunning view over the garden to Restronguet Creek.

Second Sitting Room/Snug

Second sitting/TV room overlooking the garden with Sofa, flat screen TV, beanbag chair, coffee table. Wooden floor and a rug.


Fully fitted and well equipped spacious kitchen with dishwasher, large family fridge/freezer, microwave, low level oven, hob and view to garden. Floor tiled and on one level. Corridor to utility Room and separate shower room, door to front drive from the utility area. Side door to enclosed rear garden. A fantastic family kitchen with direct access to the garden.

Utility Room and Shower Room

Washing machine, tumble dryer and sink. Space for storage and room for dog basket. Door to shower room with large enclosed shower cubicle, toilet, hand basin and shelf and cupboard storage. There is an outside door from the utility room leading to the parking area.


Bedroom 1: Double 5' (150cm) bed. Bedside tables, chest of drawers, wardrobe and view of Restronguet Creek. Carpet on floor.

Bedroom 2:Twin 3' (90cm) beds. Bedside tables, chest of drawers, wardrobe and view of garden. Carpet on floor.


Family bathroom: Bath with shower over, sink, toilet, heated towel rail, storage.

Shower Room: Large enclosed shower, toilet, hand basin and storage.


Creek View has a mature and well planted garden with a south facing patio enjoying elevated sea views over Restronguet Creek. To the front and south there is a sloping lawn leading to the road. There is also an enclosed garden to the rear of the cottage.



Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Loe Beach 3 km
Nearest Amenities 3 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking

The Cornwall region

Why Cornwall?

Cornwall is full of places to feed your soul and put colour in your cheeks. Whatever the weather, a bracing walk along the cliffs or watching the waves will make you feel good about life.

It stays daylight longer in Cornwall than the rest of the country and the winter light is spectacular by the coast – it's helped to create the thriving Cornish artist community. The county is oozing with creativity, with a huge choice of art and craft galleries, plenty of live music and an exciting programme at Truro's Hall for Cornwall.

Famous for its gardens, Cornwall has many to choose from: the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the National Trust's Trelissick on the shores of the River Fal and Glendurgan on the picturesque Helford River, to name but a few.

We've also got our fair share of attractions, most of which are open all year round: the world famous eco-attraction Eden, Falmouth's National Maritime Museum, Newquay Zoo, the Blue Reef aquarium and for some industrial heritage, Geevor Tin Mine.

We mustn't forget the food. As well as the timeless classics of the pasty and the cream tea, the seafood must be sampled. It's not just the big name chefs like Jamie Oliver, Rick Stein and Michelin starred Ben Tunniciffe who offer a culinary treat: Kahuna on Newquay's Tolcarne beach or Sam's on the Beach at Polkerris are among the many gems to be found.

What to do in Cornwall

The sporting attractions in the area include



Sailing on the Fal - just a short walk to Loe Beach for hiring



In addition local days out can include:

Bodmin and Wexford Railway

Camel Trail

China Clay Museum

Eden Project

Flambards Adventure Park

Holywell Bay Fun Park

Lost Gardens of Heligan

Lappa Valley Steam Railway

Newquay Water Park

Padstow & Rick Stein's

Poldark Tin Mine

St Michael's Mount

Tate St Ives

The National Seal Sanctuary

Pubs and Eating

Cornwall is an excellent place to eat and drink. It has everything from the local Cornish Pasty (available everywhere!) through to award winning restaurants, such as Rick Stein and Jamie Oliver..

Click here for a great web site on eating out in Cornwall.

The National Trust

The National Trust own many beaches, gardens and houses in Cornwall, too many to mention here!


Feock Village

The small village of Feock lies right on the shore of the river Fal, and at the head of the Carrick Roads. Feock is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It can be reached from the Truro/Falmouth road or across the river and the Roseland by the King Harry Ferry.

During the winter a fleet of oyster boats work this area around Restronguet Point and can be watched from the shore at Loe Beach.

The mild climate in South Cornwall invites holidays all year round. Many of our visitors prefer to come outside high season when it is less busy and the cost is much lower. The South Coasts offers a softer, more Mediterranean climate than the North Coast. Feock is close to the King Harry Ferry which gives you easy access to the pretty village of St Mawes and the magical Roseland Peninsula. There are some delicious restaurants with great locations all within easy access, either by road or by water. Examples are the Pandora Inn, The Three Mackerel, The Sticky Prawn. Nearer to Feock, the Punchbowl & Ladle offers great food and a great range of Cornish Beers – within stout walking distance in Penelewey. The lovely Cathedral city of Truro is only 5 miles away –there is even a local bus service. Falmouth, only 9 miles away, can be easily reached by road or public transport.

There are local convenience stores at Playing Place and Carnon Downs complete with Post Offices. Within 5 miles you have a choice of Sainsburys, Tesco and Asda.

But you won't need them as you'll be sampling the fantastic restaurants we have in South Cornwall!

The sporting attractions in the area include :



Sailing on the Fal



In addition local days out can include (click to go to the web site):

Bodmin and Wexford Railway

Camel Trail

China Clay Museum

Eden Project

Flambards Adventure Park

Goonhilly Earth Station

Holywell Bay Fun Park

Lost Gardens of Heligan

Lappa Valley Steam Railway

Newquay Water Park

Padstow and Rick Stein's restaurants

Poldark Tin Mine

St Michael's Mount

Tate St Ives

The National Seal Sanctuary

Pubs and Eating

Cornwall is an excellent place to eat and drink. It has everything from the local Cornish Pasty (available eveywhere!) through to award winning resturants, such as Rick Stein and Jamie Oliver..

The National Trust

The National Trust own many beaches, gardens and houses in Cornwall. Feock has its own National Trust House at Trelissick. Visit here to see their stunning gardens and enjoy browsing in their gallery and don't forget to have a cream tea.

Sailing on the Fal in South Cornwall:

If you wish to hire boats or get tuition in sailing or power craft try:

Mylor Boat Hire who provide boat hire by the day or week

Loe Beach for boat hire by the hour or day, as well as being an RYA Training Centre

In the summer, there are many sailing regattas to enjoy. Feock has its own Regatta, usually in early June - the largest is Falmouth week, usually around the end of August.

If sailing is of interest, look at Creek View, The Meadow or Chinook, which have direct water access and is close to the Roseland and Falmouth for great beaches.

For those who simply like watching boats go by, the following hotels and restaurants are a great place to enjoy the spectacle.

Loe Beach Café - Feock

01872 864295

Pandora Inn - Restronguet

01326 372678

Castaways Wine Bar - Mylor Harbour

01326 377710

Seafood Restaurant - Mylor Harbour

01326 374320

5 degrees West - Falmouth

01326 311288

Seven Stars Hotel - Flushing


Sticky Prawn - Flushing

01326 313167

The Ferry Boat Inn - Helford Passage

01326 250 625

Shipwrights Arms - Helford Village

01326 231235

Lugger Hotel - Portloe

01872 501322

For a day at a Waterpark - Flambards near Falmouth comes highly recommended.

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5 Jul 2013


"Creek View, Feock fantastic cottage to enjoy and experience the pleasures of both south and north Cornwall coasts."

Creek View fabulous cottage, loads of space, immaculately clean and furnished to a very high standard.Particularly suitable for dogs both inside the cottage and in the enclosed garden. Fantastic views over the estuary. Perfectly placed for exploring either the south or the north coasts. There are some lovely walks close by but look them up before you go as not easy to find. Both the local pubs are good and worth a visit as is venturing out to the Ferry Boat Inn at Helford Passage great food and magnificent views if you take the coastal path.

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