This charming, cosy cottage with wood burner, set in the idyllic village of Port Navas, could be just the romantic getaway you are looking for.
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Chestnut Cottage oozes shabby chic c This stunning cottage is set in the beautiful village of Durgan, a small unspoilt fishing village set on the north bank of the Helford River, largely owned by the National Trust. Lovingly renovated by its owners, who live in the adjoining house, this cottage has a real homely feel. From the dramatic four poster bed to the hand made wooden staircase, you're One of a kind, Enigma is an eclectic, cedar clad, detached residence on the edge of Port Navas creek, set in its own substantial plot of riverside garden and to the other side of t The Garden Wing offers serenity and period charm aplenty.
Gwel-an-Dowr is a beautiful, ground floor, garden retreat, just metres from the tranquil Polwheveral creek on the Helford River. Perfect for two, you are going to create wonderful Panoramic views over the headland and sea beyond, an enormous garden and extensive patio, peaceful village location yet just 10 minutes from the bustle of Falmouth Helford Point A snug cottage perfect for a romantic break, Little Wills has everything you could need - the idyllic countryside, the log burner, and comfortable living space for you to enjoy you Life holds a different pace on the Helford River.
The verdant tree lined banks, the ebb and tide of the gentle salt waters, the dazzling phosphorescent glow in the moonlight - when you have experienced such a delight then you will know the magic and unspoilt natural beauty of the Helford. The Lower Deck faces south and nestles on the edge of Port Navas creek with direct water access for kayakers and small dinghy enthusiasts wanting to explore this beautiful, unspoilt area of South West Cornwall afloat.
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Holidays should take you somewhere, not just in the physical sense - they should allow you a break from the norm and to really spend time at one with yourself and with nature and o Originally three cottages, Nancenoy Cottage oozes with Cornish charm. A cosy garden, sun trap courtyard and spacious interior await. Book Now. Special Offers. Please note: Photos are purely to illustrate room sizes. These were taken before the renovations began.
As soon as work is finished, we'll add up-to-date images. Helford Passage nestles on the banks of the beautiful river Helford, with a sandy beach and direct access to the South West Coastal Path. The Ferryboat Inn specialises in seafood dishes and holds regular music and quiz nights. Accessed down a flight of fourteen steps. Completely refurbished for Easter Entrance hall leading to Bedroom 1 and 5ft king-sized bed.
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Bedroom two with twin 3ft twin beds and hand basin. Family bathroom with double walk-in shower, hand basin, heated towel rail and WC. Dining area with table and seating for four. New contemporary kitchen area, fully equipped with integrated hob and oven, fridge, freezer, combined washer-drier, microwave and dishwasher. Patio doors from the living area onto terrace. Patio area with river views accessed from the living room, furnished with garden table, chairs and sun loungers. Designated parking space for 1 car.
Further parking is available in the non-residents' car park, just a stroll up the hill, for which charges apply. Unfortunately there are currently no reviews available for this property. Please check back soon.
Thanks to its waterside position, you can look out over one of the most beautiful views in Cornwall whilst enjoying a drink or delicious meal. The Ferry Boat serves a tasty menu of homemade pub classics, alongside fresh, locally caught seafood dishes. Children and dogs very welcome. View location on map. The Ferryboat was excellent delicious food and a great atmosphere.
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Staff helpful and friendly and obviously a view to die for. A fantastic spot to eat, drink and relax, watching the boats go by whilst the kids go crabbing. This lovely old waterside pub, with views to die for, has a friendly atmosphere and serves tasty, wholesome food and great local beers all in an idyllic setting.
A thatched traditional inn in the heart of Mawnan Smith just minutes from the South West Coast Path and a pretty stroll through the woods to Maenporth Beach. Here you can sample local ales and ciders in the raftered bar along with enjoyable food from light lunches to a evening menu packed full of fresh local Cornish produce.
A great spot to stop off when walking or visiting nearby Glendurgan or Trebah Garden. Children and dogs welcome. We ate in The Red Lion and found the food to be well cooked and a decent portion. Service was prompt and well worth a visit. A small and friendly, family run restaurant serving delicious mediterranean food that changes with the seasons. The chef sources high quality local ingredients along with specialist products from overseas to create beautifully presented, tasty meals. See website for opening hours, well behaved dogs welcome. They also offer a fleet of self-drive motor boats, rowing boats, Sit-On kayaks and paddleboards which you can hire and explore the stunning Helford River estuary at your own pace.
No previous boating experience is necessary as Helford River Boats provide full instructions, as well as safety equipment and a map of the river. They can also provide a water taxi service, which must be booked in advance. Spend an afternoon exploring the stunning natural beauty of the Helford River with a boat tour helmed by an experience skipper.
This memorable trip aboard The Hannah Molly — a traditional Cornish boat with room for 12 people — begins from Budock Vean. This two-hour kayak tour is a great activity for the whole family, offering a unique way to explore the area whilst keeping active.
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Buoyancy aids are provided, and wetsuits are available to hire. Koru Kayaking T: The subtropical valleys of Trebah Gardens offer a fantastic day out for the whole family. Four miles of footpath lead through canopies of exotic trees, plants and flowers which cascade down to a private, secluded beach on the Helford River. Trebah is also home to an amphitheatre where you can catch music, dance, theatre and comedy performances.
Run by the National Trust, Glendurgan Gardens span over three valleys, filled with sub-tropical plants, exotic flowers and bright blooms. The peaceful gardens lead down to the unspoilt beachside hamlet of Durgan. Here you can take a rest and enjoy the stunning views of the Helford River, treat yourself to an ice cream, build sandcastles and watch the wildlife on the water.
This pretty sand and pebble beach dotted with boats pulled up on the sand, and backed by whitewashed cottages, is one of our favourites. Kids can play, splash in the water or explore the rockpools exposed at low tide, or the more adventurous can hire a kayak, paddleboard or small boat to explore the estuary. Sit back in the year old Ferry Boat Inn for lunch and a cool drink before perhaps taking the ferry across the water to Helford Village operating in summer months only.
Alternatively there are wonderful walks in both directions with fabulous views where you can spot a wealth of birdlife and sometimes seals. Back at the beach along with the pub there is a car park and toilets, ice cream kiosk and beach shop. Swimming is safe here but bathers should be aware of boats launching and general river traffic.
Dogs allowed all year round. With stunning views in both directions over the Helford River, Durgan has strong boating links and there is a slipway running down to the beach and moorings offshore. This south facing beach is a peaceful place to relax on the sand and watch the boats go by while children play in the rockpools.