Fowey Holiday Cottages

Fowey is one of the most picturesque places on the Cornish coast. The location is stunning! Park the car park at the top of the town and stroll down through clusters of cottages with spectacular river views across the rooftops. Make your way through the narrow winding streets down to the waterside. The pavements are packed with independent galleries, boutiques, delis and cafes plus a handful of select high street brands too.

Our handpicked holiday cottages in Fowey offer the perfect escape. Whether you’re looking for a romantic retreat or a larger home for a get together with family or friends, get in touch and we’ll point you in the right direction.

We have a packed portfolio of holiday cottages in Fowey offering stylish self-catering accommodation. Interiors are beautiful for a little luxury living. Some are dog friendly, some are great for families and some have amazing river views but all are perfect for enjoying everything that Fowey has to offer.

Things to do in Fowey

Messing about on the river is a must! There are a number of boat hire and cruising companies in the town ready to set sail. The Fowey estuary is owned by the National Trust. This beautiful area is awash with wildlife and ancient woodlands. Follow the network of footpaths and explore this stunning corner of south east Cornwall. Fowey has been inspirational in literary society with the likes of Kenneth Grahame and his book The Wind in the Willows and Daphne Du Maurier. Du Maurier lived by the water and based her renowned book Rebecca around the beaches of Polridmouth and Menabilly.

Fowey has eight beaches within easy reach; Whitehouse beach is Fowey’s closest beach and comes complete with a sea water paddling pool, it’s the perfect spot for a picnic with the family – but remember to keep an eye on the tides, the beach is completely covered by sea water at high tide. 

If you’re looking for a quieter beach, head to Lansallos, relatively unknown and the perfect escape. Dog friendly holiday makers should visit Lantic Bay, situated between Polruan and Polperro. Not easily accessible because there’s a steep path down to the beach but well worth the walk if you can manage it. Par Sands beach is great for activities and a hot spot for kitesurfing where the wide sands offer plenty of space to let off steam.

And finally Fowey’s foodie facts… When it comes to dining, Fowey has something for everyone with bistros, delis, pubs, cafes and tapas all in the town, you’re spoilt for choice. Just make sure your holiday allows enough time to try them all!



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