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  • 2 Tree Tops

    Lanreath, Cornwall
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    This luxury, 3-bed lodge is situated in the rural village of Lanreath, Cornwall. (Ref. 992423)

    7 nights from £538

  • 4 Lake View

    Lanreath, Cornwall
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    Opulent wooden lodge in the scenic Stonerush Lakes Valley site. (Ref. 991431)

    7 nights from £439

  • 10 Water's Edge

    Lanreath, Cornwall
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    Gorgeous lodge with lakeside views on Stonerush Halt Lodge park. (Ref. 991453)

    7 nights from £515

  • Suntrap Hideaway

    St Austell, Cornwall
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    Modern bungalow in Sticker, high quality, tastefully presented, wood burning stove, short walk to village pub and store, 3 miles from beaches. (Ref. 959443)

    7 nights from £357

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  • Sidings at Brunel Two

    Lostwithiel, Cornwall
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    Three-bed apartment arranged on first and second floors situated in the centre of Lostwithiel, just a few minutes walk to the train station. (Ref. 983558)

    7 nights from £577

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Fowey is a small but busy port and natural harbour. The town, with its many medieval and Tudor cottages, is idyllic and attracts countless visitors each year. Take a look at our range of holiday cottages in Fowey and explore this wonderful destination.

Why a Fowey Cottage?

Awash with history, there are lots of beautiful historic buildings to admire and heritage attractions to visit on a holiday in Fowey. The town was a major port in the fourteenth century and was more recently used in the export of china clay. Visit the Henrician St Catherine's Castle, explore the harbour or the Fowey Museum, which is located in the town hall and is open throughout the summer, providing a very interesting insight into the town's eventful past.

Stay in one of our self-catering cottages in Fowey and enjoy some of the many events that are held in the town throughout the year. There is the Fowey Royal Regatta Week and Carnival, the Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature (formerly known as the du Maurier Festival), Fowey Valley Music Festival and Fowey Christmas Market, as well as plenty of other events.

Places to Visit near Fowey

Use your holiday cottage in Fowey as a base for exploring the South of Cornwall. There are ferries to Polruan and Boddinick, or you can travel by car to the likes of St Austell, Lostwithiel, Polperro and more. The Fowey River is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is ideal for those who enjoy walking, as is the South West Coast Path that runs through the town.