Fowey Cottages

This beautiful coastal town in Cornwall should be on everyone's holiday list. The town's rich history, stunning scenery, and vibrant atmosphere make it an ideal place for a Cornish retreat. From leisurely walks along the coastline and boat trips on the river to exploring boutique shops, art galleries, and enjoying local cuisine in charming cafes and restaurants, Fowey offers a range of activities for all interests. Additionally, the town hosts various festivals and events throughout the year, such as the Fowey Regatta and the Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature. With the largest selection of Cornish cottages, we have something for everyone. From affordable to luxurious, from dog-friendly to child-friendly for large families and groups of friends wanting to celebrate to cosy Cornish hideaways perfect for two. Search our collection of Fowey cottages for your next peaceful getaway.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Fowey

Cornwall's premier music and literature festival offers an amazing array of workshops, events and performances in key locations in and around Fowey in the springtime. The Roseland Festival offers folk and jazz, history and art, films and photography, choirs and quartets plus walks and talks across all kinds of venues across the Roseland peninsula, just a short distance from Fowey. There are few better ways for culture fans to explore their gorgeous surroundings whilst enjoying all kinds of amazing events. Another popular town to the east is Downderry. With picture-perfect sandy beaches and a relaxed coastal vibe, this is a town that many holidaymakers miss out on. Check out our Downderry holiday cottages for more inspiration. With a wide selection of Cornwall cottages, we have the ideal holiday home for you.

Here are the top five things to see and do from our cottages in Fowey:

Explore Fowey Harbour

Start your visit by exploring the town's charming harbour. Watch the boats sail in and out, enjoy the views of the estuary, and take a relaxing stroll along the waterfront. You can also take a ferry ride across the river to Polruan for even more breathtaking views.

Take in the view at St. Catherine's Castle

This historic castle, perched on a cliff overlooking the sea, offers a glimpse into Fowey's maritime past. It was built in the 16th century to defend the harbour from invasion. The castle ruins provide a fantastic vantage point to admire the coastline.

Build award-winning sandcastles at Readymoney Cove

Just a short walk from the town centre, Readymoney Cove is a beautiful sandy beach with crystal-clear waters. It's an ideal spot for a leisurely day by the sea, and there are also coastal paths nearby for those who enjoy walking.

Discover the town's history at Fowey Museum

Delve into the town's rich history at the Fowey Museum, which showcases exhibits related to the town's maritime heritage, including the famous author Daphne du Maurier, who had close ties to Fowey.

Fowey Estuary and Surrounding Walks

Fowey is surrounded by beautiful walking paths and trails that offer stunning views of the estuary, rolling hills, and picturesque villages. The Hall Walk is a popular route that takes you along the estuary to Polruan, providing breathtaking vistas.

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