Cornish Quay Holidays
Morcom Court, Windsor Place, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 4BH
Tel: (01579) 344667 :: Email: jim@cornquay.com
Cornish Quay Holidays is a family business offering over 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.
This area has numerous quaint shops and unspoilt beaches and plenty of places to enjoy a meal or a quiet drink in the evenings.
The Eden Project at St Austell is within five miles and lots of other interesting places are nearby.
Cornish Quay Holidays self-catering holiday cottages in Cornwall
Holiday cottages around Fowey Estuary
Click here to take a look at our full range of quality self-catering holiday cottages, houses and flats sleeping 2 to 12 people.
We have properties in and around Fowey, Polruan, Lerryn, Bodinnick, Lanteglos, Mixtow, Lostwithiel, Looe, Downderry and St Austell Bay.
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.
About the Area
Fowey & Polruan
On the eastern edge of the harbour, the stone faced cottages of Polruan climb in untidy tiers up the steep sides of the valley. The two friendly pubs, few shops and strong local community help to maintain Polruan’s independence from its larger neighbour just across the harbour. Fowey on the western shore is a fascinating small town with a jumble of colour-washed houses, numerous quaint shops, pubs and restaurants centred on St Fimbarrus Church and Place House - two of its many historic buildings.
The village of Polruan on the East side of the harbour
Lostwithiel's 13th Century Bridge over the River Fowey
Lostwithiel
Lostwithiel, the ancient capital of Cornwall, stands on the banks of the beautiful River Fowey about seven miles from the sea.
Around Lostwithiel, there are many interesting places to visit. Restormel Castle, the one time seat of Richard Earl of Cornwall is within a pleasant walk of the town. Several riverside footpaths lead from the town and local guide books are available. The coves and beaches on the south coast and the ancient port of Fowey are within fifteen minutes drive and the historic harbours of Charlestown and Mevagissey are about 30 minutes away.
Lerryn
Lerryn is a beautiful unspoilt village at the tidal limit of one of the creeks of the River Fowey. It is said to have some of the loveliest river scenery in Cornwall. The vista changes constantly with the tide and the tranquility is disturbed only by the birds and the occasional boat. The ducks are so tame they can be fed from the hand.
The sixteenth century bridge crosses the river just upstream from the stepping stones which provide an alternative crossing at low tide. From the stepping stones, a path leads to a beautiful walk through the National Trust's Ethy Wood and on to St Winnow - a tiny riverside hamlet with a lovely waterside church.
High tide at Lerryn looking downstream to Ethy Wood
Bodinnick village. "Ferryside" is the house on the right
Bodinnick
This tiny hamlet on the east bank of the River Fowey is an ideal base for exploring the beautiful beaches, walks and countryside of the Fowey area without the hustle and bustle of the main town. The ancient cottages and the Old Ferry Inn cling to the hillside around the Ferry which has been operating since the fourteenth century allowing easy access to the harbourside shops, restaurants and inns of Fowey itself.
Mixtow
Fowey's busy deep water harbour is used by countless small boats and ships of up to 17,000 tons. The hamlet of Mixtow on the east bank of the harbour is about one-and-a-half miles from the open sea. It provides an ideal base for the boating enthusiast to get afloat or relax and just watch the shipping and harbourside activities.
Visitors to Mixtow can launch at Penmarlem Quay which is owned by the Harbour Commission. Temporary moorings are available from the Harbour Commision in the creek. It is then a short boat trip by tender across the creek to the properties that we offer.
The convenient slipway at Penmarlem Quay
Looe harbour and bridge
Looe and Downderry
Originally two towns separated by the river, the historic fishing port of Looe is renowned for its sheltered beaches, quaint old buildings and labyrinth of narrow streets. There are numerous local pubs and restaurants in which to eat out and many interesting shops and places to visit.
Downderry is a small village in a beautiful location on the south coast of Cornwall just four miles from Looe. There is a large beach with sand and shingle ideal for children in summer or a quiet stroll in winter. The whole area boasts stunning sea views to St George's Island in the West, Rame Head in the East and on a clear day you can see the famous Eddystone lighthouse some 9 miles from shore.
Contact Details
For further information about Cornish Quay Holidays, the local area, and to view our properties we have available, please visit our main website by clicking on the link below.
www.cornquay.com
Alternatively please contact us using the following details.

Address: Cornish Quay Holidays Ltd, Morcom Court, Windsor Place, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 4BH

Telephone: (01579) 344667 :: Email: jim@cornquay.com


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