Cornish Quay Holidays
Liskeard, Cornwall, England, UK
|Type||Charming waterside and Countryside Cottages|
|Most prices are weekly. Check|
|Occupancy||1 - 10|
|Cornish Quay Holidays|
|Address||Cornish Quay Holidays
Cornish Quay Holidays is a family business offering around fifty charming waterside and country self-catering holiday cottages in Cornwall for UK holidays at any time of year.
Many of the cottages have superb sea or harbour views and are around the Fowey Estuary which is renowned for its stunning coastal walks, secluded coves and beautiful scenery.
Children are welcome at all but a few of the properties and some accept pets
At many of the cottages you can even hire a boat and get out on the water yourself.
We can help you arrange a last minute holiday or a short break
The Fowey area has numerous quaint shops and unspoilt beaches and plenty of places to enjoy a meal or a quiet drink in the evenings. Passing boats, amazing views and historic buildings make this a truly unique holiday destination.
We offer holiday cottages in Fowey, Polruan, Lerryn, Bodinnick, Lanteglos, Mixtow, Lostwithiel, Lansallos, Looe and Downderry. Children are welcome at all but a few of the properties and some also accept pets
Our self-catering holiday cottages, houses and flats sleeping from 2 to 10 people.
Things You Should Know
The Fowey area has numerous quaint shops and unspoilt beaches and plenty of places to enjoy a meal or a quiet drink in the evenings.
The passenger ferry provides a vital link between Polruan and Fowey and allows easy exploration without the use of a car
The Eden Project at St Austell is within five miles and the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Lanhydrock House and lots of other interesting places are nearby making Fowey a great base for exploring Cornwall. At many of the cottages you can even hire a boat and get out on the water yourself making your fishing or bird-watching trip that little bit more memorable
The port of Fowey has been in constant use since pre-Roman times when ships came to trade for the tin that was panned throughout Cornwall.
The old castles which still guard the entrance to this lovely harbour were built following a raid by a Spanish fleet in 1380 and formerly housed the mechanism for raising and lowering a protective chain barrier stretched between them.