Holiday Homes in Fowey, Cornwall, England - Fantastic Location Easy Access To Shops, Restaurants & Beaches
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 10:00 am
keep pets off the furniture and clean up any mess
Max guests:2 (sleeps up to 2 adults)
Rubbish: Please put Rubbish out on the Wednesday night for collection Thursday morning, or take it home with you
During July and August and any school holidays our changeover day is a Friday
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Fowey in summer
We liked the property, even though it was a little on the small side. The two factors that we would like to mention are these:-
-the difficulty of dropping off bags at the outset due to the very narrow nature and steepness of the road,
-and the lack of a freezer. The town itself was lively and beautiful with plenty of things to do. We did cut our break short by one day due to the weather.
Cute cottage in the heart of Fowey
Ideally located to explore fabulous Fowey. We really enjoyed our stay here. The added bonus of a lovely outdoor space significantly enhanced our experience too. Great week. Thank you.
Beautiful cottage, loved the cream tea on arrival, wonderful location and lovely retreat.
Will definitely stay again
Lovely cosy and stylishly decorated cottage with outdoor area. Owner and managing agent were very accommodating in our requests. Perfectly located in the town. Would highly recommend a stay here.
Many thanks for review, pleased you enjoyed your stay at the cottage.
Late Autumn Escape
Lovely stay, just me and little dog, before I start hospital treatment. Friendly village good shops and galleries for browsing. Lucky with the weather, will be back again to see some sun.
Very well appointed, well decorated and comfortable accomodation for 2 people
We stayed for a week in Little steps, it was a last minute booking - we needed somewhere dog friendly. The accommodation was great small neat and comfortable for 2 people, however our Labradoodle Syd is a big boy. We took his crate as that's where he spends the night. It was a tight fit to say the least. Would recommend nothing bigger than a jack Russell. That being said we managed.
Syd loved to sit on the decking in the sun watching the jack daws fly round. My husband and I had breakfast outside on a couple of mornings and also a barbeque one evening. the weather was very kind to us. Next door is Long steps that again is a lovely appartment and would have suited us better, but was unavailable for our dates. It is near to town taking all of 5 minutes to get to the main street. The info file was informative, for parking try and get a ticket where you can use any of the car parks we were limited to the one at the top of the hill. Our stay was great and Fowey and the places we went were all dog friendly as this was a holiday for Syd. To the owner - your accommodation is fabulous and we would stay again. Kind regards Janet Melling (Mrs)
Special interest holidays:
Fowey has a unique and ancient charm which holds a special fascination for visitors of all ages.
Fowey is renowned for sailing in the estuary and attracts both experienced and novice sailors alike. Fowey Regatta week is the highlight of the social calendar, with Sailing, The Red Arrow Display Team, Carnival, Fireworks display and lots of live bands being but a few of the events taking place.
Private boat hire, sailing, canoeing and diving lessons are all available from Fowey.
Lots of lovely walks around the superb National Trust land and beautiful coastlines and beaches that surround Fowey.
We have two bathing beaches in Fowey, Readymoney Cove, a small sandy beach 15 min stroll from the town centre and Whitehouse Beach which is on the Esplanade, and only a 5 min walk from the town centre. Polkerris Beach is 15 mins drive away and has two nice restaurants.
Buses run regularly from Fowey into Par and St Austell and to the nearest train station, Par, which is only 5 miles from Fowey.
There is a seasonal local Fowey Town Bus that runs throughout the day.
The Polruan ferry runs from early morning, throughout theday and into the evening. The Bodinnick car and passenger ferry also runs continuously throught the day and evening and makes a quicker journey to Lerryn, Pont and Mixtow and all points east!
Eden Project - really worth seeing - 15 mins drive.
Padstow - Rick Steins restaurants are only 40 mins away.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan are 15 miles away.
Lanhydrock House (National Trust) is only 7 miles away.
The cottages are in the centre of the town with all the main restaurants and amenities within short walking distance. Some of our top tips:
Pinky Murphy's - try the Pinky's Plater.
Brown Sugar - coffee and cakes - fab pancakes.
The Ship Inn - traditional pub with a real fire.
The Galleon - great river views and plenty of atmosphere
Sams - brilliant burgers and seafood.
Nathan Outlaw at the Marina Hotel - for Michelin stars.
We have some fantastic local shops including Fowey Fish, which sells locally caught fresh fish and has an extensive selection of wines. Nile's bakery sells fresh bread and cakes. In addition we have a super local butcher, deli and green grocer - you really don't need your car!