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Creek View

Feock, Cornwall (Ref. 983155)

  • Creek View - (Ref. 983155)

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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets Yes

  • Reviews


    “What a lovely cottage with fabulous ...”

    What a lovely cottage with fabulous views. Everything was very clean and comfortable and well provisioned.

    What a lovely cottage with fabulous views. Everything was very clean and comfortable and well provisioned. Ideally location for exploring the Roseland Area with loads of places to visit we particularly enjoyed St Anthony's Head with spectacular views along well trod paths. We will certainly be back.

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  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Smoke-free
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

The property

Creek View is a single-storey cottage near the pretty village of Feock, located just a few miles from Truro in one direction and Falmouth in the other. The cottage has stunning water views over Restronguet Creek, which can be enjoyed from the living room, master bedroom and the patio.

A two-minute walk down the hill brings you to the water’s edge.

Walkers, cyclists and dog lovers will enjoy the picturesque ancient ‘tramway’ route along the Creek to The Old Quay Inn at Devoran, which offers great food and a friendly reception for dogs.

A short drive through Feock itself takes you to Loe Beach, where you can swim, fish and enjoy various water sports.

Local shops can be found two miles away at Playing Place and Carnon Downs.

On the way is another excellent place to eat – The Punchbowl and Ladle. The beautiful National Trust gardens of Trelissick are also two miles away, just off the road to the King Harry Ferry.

And the Ferry will carry you quickly across to the tranquil Roseland Peninsula.

There you can enjoy the sandy beach and the beautiful views and attractions of St Mawes.

Or you can make a trip to Portscatho for a coastal walk and a superb lunch at The Hidden Hut.


All ground floor: 1 x 5ft double bed, 1 x twin bed, family bathroom with bath, shower over bath, sink and WC, second family bathroom with large walk-in shower cubicle, main living room with log burner seating for four people, and separate dining area seating up to six, smaller second living room with 4ft sofa bed (suitable for one person), kitchen with separate utility area.


  • Electric radiators and wood burner
  • Kitchen with dishwasher, large family fridge/freezer, microwave, low level oven, hob and view to garden
  • Main living room with sitting and dining areas, sofa, two arm chairs, flat screen TV, DVD; second living room with sofa, bean bag, TV and DVD
  • Power and fuel for the woodburning stove and power included in rent
  • Private parking for up to three cars
  • Unlimited WiFi access, and land line for incoming phone calls
  • Large attractive landscaped gardens, with water feature and BBQ and patio area to front; enclosed dog-friendly rear garden
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Travel cot and high chair provided
  • Included in the rental price is bed linen for each bed that has been booked, a bath / shower mat for each bathroom and tea towels for the kitchen
  • Each guest is provided with a bath and hand towel, but guests must provide their own beach towels
  • Please Note: Check in starts from 4.00 pm on day of arrival and check out is by 10:00 am on day of departure
  • Please note: No stag/ hen parties or similar
  • Note: There is a £40 charge per pet
  • : Note: This property has a 4ft sofa bed suitable for a child or teenager

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About the location


Falmouth 10 miles

Feock is a picture book village on the Carrick Roads. Almost hidden in trees, the village lazily watches over the extensive Fal estuary with creeks and open sea beyond.

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