|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Bedroom 1: Laura Ashley double bed, bedside table and lamp, fitted wardrobe and cast iron fireplace.
Shower room: Luxury walk in shower with large shower head and body jets, wash hand basin and WC, Velux roof light and centrally heated towel rail.
Kitchen: Fitted kitchen, built in oven/grill with halogen hob and intergrated fridge, microwave and Velux roof light. Nespresso machine (bring capsules)
Sitting room: recessed fireplace, comfortable leather sofa, wall mounted HD smart TV.
Cottage completely redecorated Jan 2017.
Private garden newly landscaped Jan 2017 with table/chairs and charming Arbour seating.
Voted one of the top three 'best places to live' in Britain by Country Life magazine. Fowey is a bustling sailing port on the Fowey Estuary, set in stunning countryside, with dramatic beaches nearby. Known for its sailing, walks, stunning views, and vibrant streets, Fowey is a gem in Cornwall and inspiration to many of Daphne Du Maurier's books. It is also home to the annual Du Maurier literary festival and the Royal Sailing Regatta. Fowey has an eclectic mix of independent shops and colourful restaurants, pubs etc. Apart from the sailing Fowey has access to some of Cornwalls fantastic beaches, kayaking, stunning walks and within easy reach of Eden project. Please note that these are non-smoking cottages. Both of these properties can be rented out together to accommodate the larger party.
We require a 25% non refundable deposit on booking with the balance due 8 weeks prior to departure. Should you cancel within eight weeks of departure, we reserve the right to retain payment should the dates not be resold. Should you wish to pay by Credit card via a UK bank a charge of 2.5% be added to the total amount. Short breaks are also available - please ask.
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Generally our changeover day is Friday, however we can be flexible out of season. Please ask.
Clean and cosy cottage with all the charm of Cornwall on its doorstep. 2 min walk from estuary front and to catch the ferry to Polruan. The cottage has a lovely, warm feeling when you first enter. The miniature Christmas tree and lights around the fireplace were a lovely touch. It's like home from home as there is everything you need for your stay. Would highly recommend. The only drawback is that you need to be able bodied to stay in fowey as the main car park is at the top of the hill and it's not a flat holiday destination. But this has given me the kick I needed to start my fitness regime which I've continued back home. Would definitely like to return sometime xx
Great property with good location walking distance to the Ship - good food and warm welcome. We will be back!
First impressions of the cottage were disappointing . It was cold and unwelcoming and seemed somewhat drab and cramped. We arrived quite late so it was not a good start to find no welcome pack. I think it's the first time we've ever rented a holiday apartment without at least milk in the fridge. As the cottage is a short walk from the town it didn't really matter too much as we could eat out in one of the excellent restaurants. Another problem was that we'd forgotten our towels! Also coat hangers would have been useful.
Anyway , we settled in and passed a reasonably comfortable night and were able to get basic supplies from the nearby corner shop and fresh croissants from one of the great bakeries. A bunch of daffodils brightened up the living room. By now we were feeling more positive but cold. We phoned Sue, the caretaker, who was round within minutes to get the heating adjusted. We went to collect the car from the Main Car Park. We are from Lincolnshire and quite ancient. The climb was a shock!
After a week we were getting quite possessive about the cottage and were getting used to the climb. While not a luxury cottage it is clean, comfortable and has everything one needs. The long climb to the car park makes it more suitable for younger renters. All in all we enjoyed staying there.
This was the first time we'd booked self catering accommodation as hotels were always favoured. However after this trip to fowey and staying in littlesteps cottage I'd be doing it again. This was a great place to stay, great location in the old part of fowey. The accommodation was great with good views of the town it felt like home from home. After a long day out each day it was nice to just relax in what felt like your own little Bolt hole.
We found the cottage enchanting with lovely views overlooking the church and peeps of the harbour. The cottage had everything we needed to enhance our stay. We were blessed with good weather and really enjoyed exploring Fowey with its local restaurants and shops, enjoying the authentic cornish pasties a little too much! Lots of walks to Foweys surrounding bays and coastal paths with fabulous views. We can't wait to revisit
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!