Penquite Farm Holiday Cottages


Superior quality accommodation with stunning views over the River Fowey

A self catering holiday in Cornwall is all about location, relaxation, wonderful scenery and a wide choice of things to do. Here at Penquite Farm and the Fowey River valley your Cornish holiday cottage will ensure your long awaited break excels no matter what your priority. An idyllic, rural retreat offering three superior cottages, with their own private surrounds, set in a stunning countryside overlooking the Fowey Estuary.


    • Just two miles from Fowey
    • Stunning views overlooking the Fowey Estuary
    • Ideal base for getting around South Cornwall

    About Penquite Farm Cottages

    • A homemade “Proper Cornish” cream tea awaits your arrival
    • Accommodation is stylish, comfy and very well equipped
    • All three self-catering holiday cottages have been carefully designed
    • Ground floor cottage specifically built to meet M2 Mobility requirements with facilities for wheelchair users

    What you can do during your stay

    • Explore the South West Coast Path towards Mevagissey or Looe to the east
    • Visit Eden Project (9 miles)
    • Spend a few hours at the Lost Gardens of Heligan (16 miles)
    • Take a river trip along the Fowey
    • Enjoy a cream tea at the riverside in Lerryn
    • Take the ferry to Polruan and explore
    • Discover the secrets of Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage Centre (7 miles)
    • Try out watersports at Polkerris beach (5 miles)
    • Walk around the historic port of Fowey
    • Take a ferry from Fowey to look around the quaint harbour town shops of Mevagissey
    • Visit the historic port of Charlestown; home of the tall ships (7 miles)

    Beaches nearby

    • Porthpean
    • Duporth
    • Readymoney Cove
    • Polkerris
    • Charlestown
    • Pentewan Sands



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