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Jordan Cottage

Bodinnick-by-Fowey - South East Coast

  • Saturday Changeover day
  • 1 Bedroom
  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Pet allowed
  • WiFi Available
  • Towels Not Included
  • 0.5 mile to a restaurant
£282 - £575 per week


Built on the river bank about eighty feet above Fowey Harbour, Jordan Cottage enjoys a delightful woodland garden and views of the river through the trees. Ships and boats from all over the world pass within a hundred yards of the property. Fowey is easily reached via The Bodinnick Ferry which runs regularly and takes cars and foot passengers across the river.

Kitchen: Electric oven, hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher.
Lounge: Woodburner, TV, DVD player and radio/CD player.
Conservatory: River views, dining area, seating area
Bedroom 1: Double bed (4'6''), chest of drawers, bedside units
Bathroom: Electric shower over bath, w.c., basin, washing machine.

Parking for 1 car approximately 15 yards from the property. Lawned garden, garden furniture and barbecue.

Changeover Day: Saturday - arrival 3:00pm - departure 10:00am
Security Deposit: £30 if bringing a pet
Pets Welcome: £20 per pet per week; maximum 1, by prior arrangement.
Power and Heat: Electricity and first bag of logs included in rent; woodburning stove in lounge.
Bedding and Linen: Pillows & duvets included; bed linen provided; towels not provided but may be hired.
Shop: 0.8 ml Pub: 0.2 ml

NOTES: no smoking, no babies or children. WiFi provided Important information about internet usage. Mobile phone reception varies. Information about mobile phone coverage.


  • Saturday Changeover day
  • Awaiting Grading
  • 1 Bedroom
  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Pet allowed
  • WiFi Available
  • Bed Linen Included
  • Towels Not Included
  • 0.5 mile to a restaurant
  • 0.2 mile to a beach
  • Sea Views
  • Fire or Stove
  • Garden/Courtyard
  • Washing Machine
  • Dishwasher


Band Date Range 7 night price *
B 1st October 2016 - 21st October 2016 £366.00
C 22nd October 2016 - 28th October 2016 £387.00
A 29th October 2016 - 16th December 2016 £282.00
A 17th December 2016 - 24th December 2016 £282.00
D Christmas £408.00
D New Year £408.00
A 1st January 2017 - 7th April 2017 £303.00
B 8th April 2017 - 21st April 2017 £397.00
C 22nd April 2017 - 26th May 2017 £376.00
D 27th May 2017 - 2nd June 2017 £449.00
E 3rd June 2017 - 16th June 2017 £439.00
F 17th June 2017 - 7th July 2017 £481.00
G 8th July 2017 - 21st July 2017 £538.00
H 22nd July 2017 - 25th August 2017 £575.00
I 26th August 2017 - 1st September 2017 £518.00
J 2nd September 2017 - 22nd September 2017 £444.00
K 23rd September 2017 - 20th October 2017 £334.00
B 21st October 2017 - 27th October 2017 £397.00
A 28th October 2017 - 22nd December 2017 £303.00
F 23rd December 2017 - 24th December 2017 £481.00
F Christmas £481.00
F New Year £481.00

* Please note: guide prices are based on the current year's prices and do not include optional items such as pet fees.

Local Area

On the east bank of the River Fowey, is the picturesque small waterside village of Bodinnick in the parish of Lanteglos. Bodinnick overlooks Fowey town and is at the start of the famous Hall Walk to Polruan.  Renowned for its surrounding beautiful countryside (looked after by the National Trust) it has become a haven for wildlife and ramblers alike with ancient farmland (dating back to Doomsday records of 1086) having changed very little since then - with its woodland, streams, working farms, narrow lanes, small cottages and stunning sea views it's no surprise it's a walkers haven.  Bodinnick is steeped in history, it is famously known for its old ferry crossing, and was once the home to Daphne du Maurier and is where Arthur Quiller-Couch spent much of his time tending gardens along Hall Walk.

The 14th Century ferry crossing use to belong to the manor of Bodinnick at Hall. It was an important point where horse-drawn carts (later vehicles) transported goods to Plymouth and London.  During the civil war this was used when the King's men marched along this route to meet the roundheads. On 17th August 1644 Charles I narrowly escaped death, when a shot fired along Hall Walk missed the King, killing a fisherman instead.

Whilst soaking up the history and atmosphere of this village the local shops and farms are excellent places to enjoy the local produce and recharge your batteries. The variety of local shops sell a range of local produce including eggs, vegetable, cider, local beef and pork, apple juices and Cornish Orchard.