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Sykes Holiday Cottages
- a UK based company specialising in independently owned self catering holiday accommodation and currently with a large number of properties in Cornwall. Sykes are immensely proud of their huge choice of over 4,000 personally-inspected holiday cottages across the UK and Ireland. They have everything from cosy cottages for two to characterful properties sleeping 20 or more, all at great value for money prices.
Tregony Gallery
- Tregony Gallery was established in December 1998 and quickly gained a reputation for selling fine contemporary Cornish art. A constantly changing display of paintings, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, jewellery and glassware provides excellent inspiration for the discerning buyer. Original paintings range from under £100 to £10,000+
Hotels in Cornwall
- Stay in Cornwall is a great resource for holidays in Cornwall featuring accommodation and things to do.
Jamaica Inn Gift Shop
- A gift shop filled with Cornish gifts and Daphne Du Maurier novels situated at the world famous Jamaica Inn. Visit us to see the setting of one of Du Maurier's most loved books, or visit our website to see the selection of giftware, books and accessories we have available online.
Cornwall Hotels - from iknow cornwall
- Compare prices of hotels in Cornwall and book online for the best deal. Easy to use price comparison hotel directory with loads of hotels in Cornwall.
Fowey Royal Regatta
- Fowey Royal Regatta is held every August & is one of Britain's premier sailing events. Not all the action takes place on the water; there's plenty to keep landlubbers entertained, from children's entertainment to the Red Arrows. Most of these events are free, & those that it is necessary to charge for are not inhibitive. The Regatta has a long & proud history, having attracted visitors including Queen Victoria, Prince Albert & Queen Elizabeth II. .
Menabilly Holidays
- Menabilly is an old family estate set in woodland on an unspoilt peninsular halfway between Plymouth and Falmouth and close to Fowey and St. Austell on the South Coast of Cornwall. The Menabilly Estate offers two furnished cottages as holiday lettings.
Cornwall Guide
- The Cornwall Guide - Cornwall Holiday information, accommodation, sections on towns, maps, photos, events, art, gardens, folklore and history.
Encounter Cornwall
- provides you with the key to unlocking magical mid Cornwall the alternative way.
A family run operation based in the stunning Fowey River Valley, they operate Coast to Coast - Padstow to Fowey and all points between. We arrange challenging or leisurely adventures with combined cycling, canoeing and walking, or any one or two of these activities, to suit your mood and your stay.
Genius Loci - the Spirit of Place
- founded by violinist Sue Aston to promote and support the culture of Cornwall and Cornish heritage through art, music and teachings. To actively support organisations and individuals, who share a deep affinity and respect for the Cornish landscape, its culture, heritage and ancient sites. To educate and raise awareness of all things Cornish and bring like minded people together.
The Fowey to Mevagissey Passenger Ferry
- runs daily between Fowey and Mevagissey from May through September, weather and sea conditions permitting. The 35 min. trip offers a great day out, both locations being ideal for a day's shopping, exploring and/or walking. Click the above link for the current Fares and Timetable.
Boconnoc Estate
- Three miles east of Lostwithiel, Boconnoc can trace its history back to the Normans and played a significant role in the Civil War as recounted in the du Maurier novel 'The King's General'. Nowadays, Boconnoc House and its surrounding estate is one of the most beautiful locations in hidden Cornwall. Boconnoc House and Park have been used for numerous film locations including the BBC 'Poldark' series, Daphne du Maurier's 'My Cousin Rachel' and scenes from the 1993 film of 'The Three Musketeers'.
Cornwall, Great Britain - a Celtic Nation
- Cornish heritage, pictures and tourist information, Cornish language, politics, festivals Cornish history, folklore, genealogy, Celtic Studies and pagan games. Video clip of 'Kits' Browning discusses his mother, Daphne du Maurier.
Chough Tapes
- Cornwall's Recording Specialist, founded by BBC Man Chris Blount, making recordings fit for broadcast including Friday Night at Cadgwith.
The Cornwall Family History Society
- aims to become a ‘centre of excellence' encouraging research into Cornish family history.
The Newquay Old Cornwall Society
- promoting the building of Newquay's past . . .
The Port of Fowey Chamber of Commerce
- for links to shops, clubs and businesses in Fowey.
Fowey
- far more than a town or even a resort, Fowey is a river and estuary whose creeks, in Carew's phrase, "fold about the land with many embracing arms" and provide astonishing variety to yachtsmen, fishermen and walkers.
Cornish Riviera 2014
- this is the Official Guide with over 42 pages of information, advice, Hotels, Guest Houses, camping and Caravan sites in and around the Cornish Riviera.
The Magic of Cornwall
- Explore Cornwall. Photo Gallery, Old Cornwall in pictures and postcards, Cornish History, Walks, Free Wallpaper, Cornish Bookshop and Links.
Walking in Cornwall
- delights the eye, stimulates the imagination and gladdens (and stimulates!) the heart. Wide dreamy estuaries, rugged open moorland, bustling fishing villages, haunting remains of the Industrial Revolution, tiny beaches accessible only to the walker, winding pack-horse roads, the list is endless.
Tywardreath and Golant
- Tywardreath translates from the Cornish language as "House on the Strand". The house was the priory which stood here in medieval times.
Fowey River Boat Hire
- Discover the delights of one of the most beautiful rivers and estuary's in the country. We don't just provide you with the boat of your choice and leave you to it.. You will get a comprehensive pack of maps, suggested places to go along with all the details of tide times, journey times etc. etc. We have got decades of local knowledge which is passed on to you to make your boating experience one which you will remember for ever.
The Eden Project
- in a giant crater in Cornwall, England we bring the stories of our world to life. In the huge covered conservatories, or Biomes as we call them, you can visit the majestic rainforests, the Mediterranean, South Africa and California and in the Outdoor Landscape discover more about the plants and places that share our Cornish climate.
Cornish World Magazine
- Cornish World is Cornwall's biggest and best independent magazine for lovers of Cornwall at home and abroad. The magazine was launched to keep the Cornish diaspora around the world in touch with home. It now boasts subscribers in 25 countries and a huge following in Cornwall.
The Fowey Town Website
- Fowey is a small seaside town located in Cornwall, South West England. Prime industry in Fowey is tourism and each year thousands of visitors flock to the town to enjoy the scenery and atmosphere, great restaurants and pubs, things to do, as well as the hospitality of the locals! This website is a wholly independent effort designed to give as much exposure as possible to the town of Fowey and businesses therein - anyone coming to the town for their holiday (or just part of one) can access various useful information here.
Fowey - from Cornwall OnLine
- The town of Fowey has a unique unspoilt ancient charm which holds a special fascination for visitors of all ages. The medieval and Tudor cottages, narrow steep winding streets with glimpses of the shimmering river below, busy with yachts and boats; cobbled walkways perfumed with flowers from hanging baskets and window boxes and the quays bustling with life, All help to enchant the holiday maker, many of whom choose to visit us year after year.
Fowey - from Cornish Connexions
- An unending voyage of discovery ... far more than even a town or even a resort, Fowey is river and estuary whose creeks, in Carew's phrase, 'fold about the land with many embracing arms' and provide astonishing variety to yachtsmen, fishermen and walkers. Iron Age man lived here. The Romans found it already a port. In 1380, the Spanish and in 1457 the French, tried to raze it to the ground. But it survived to revenge itself on both. Drake, Raleigh and Frobisher all sailed from Fowey. Lieutenant James Cook surveyed the harbour and a chart was produced in 1786, the original of which now hangs in the Harbour Commissioner's Office. Queen Victoria visited in 1846, and Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch and Daphne Du Maurier made it a literary byword.
WebCam view from Ferryman's Cottage
- This is a live view from the rear of Ferryman's Cottage. The image is updated several times a day.
Golant Community Website
- Golant is a small Cornish waterside village, bounded on the west by the Lostwithiel to Fowey road the B3269 and on the east by its focal point the River Fowey.
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