This traditional Cornish stone cottage retains many of its early 19th century features, with charm and character and a cosy cottage feel, it has everything you need for a quiet romantic break.
Tucked away from the main area of the quay only a few paces from Back Beach, one of Polruan's hidden secrets. A romantic hideaway or a bolt hole to escape a busy life.
Delightful two-bedroom cottage with views over the River Fowey is ideally situated within walking distance to the centre of the village and ideally located for all Cornwall has to offer.
This charming and spacious stone-built cottage is set over three floors with panoramic views of the harbour from the top floor and close to the water.
Fowey (2.5 mls NW), Cornwall
Single storey barn conversion sleeping four with use of heated indoor endless pool and sauna. Perfectly located to explore all the attractions of South Cornwall.
Reverse level barn conversion sleeping four with use of heated indoor pool and sauna. Perfectly located to explore all the attractions of South Cornwall.
This attractive cottage is perched in an enviable position directly above the edge of the beautiful Fowey harbour. Located within easy reach of the quay, amenities and passenger ferry.
Fowey (2.5mls NW), Cornwall
A wonderful renovated barn conversation with wood burner, enjoy shared used of the heated indoor endless pool and sauna. For day trips try Fowey, Looe, Polperro and Mevagissey.
This delightful cottage has been tastefully decorated making it the perfect base for a relaxed family holiday, situated in the coastal village of Par within walking distance of a shop, two pubs, a fish and chip shop, bakers and a slightly longer walk to the beach.
Situated in the village of Polruan just metres from the beach, this property is the ideal base for families to explore the Cornish coast.
A delightful cottage in the heart of an ancient fishing village close to the quay with river views, perfect for exploring Polruan, Fowey, all Cornwall has to offer and watching life on the river.
A stunning location, at the entrance to Fowey Harbour. With un-interrupted sea views, the seascape extends for a distance of 45miles, from near the Eddystone Lighthouse in the east, to a point hard by The Lizard.
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