Looking down over the rooftops from the raised deck at Whistlefish to the river below.
A TV, Blu-ray DVD and iPod dock provide plenty of sources of entertainment.
The kitchen-area (with door out to the raised deck).
The view from the raised deck at the back of the cottage.
The narrow winding streets are a delight to explore.
The dining-area in the light-filled open-plan ground floor.
The rooftop views from Bedroom 3.
The ground floor living area is open-plan.
Two big sofas to stretch out and relax on.
Beautiful cut glass chandeliers.
There are many original features in the cottage, including this most gorgeous stained glass panel that greets you on arrival.
Sofas, throws and soft cushions for perfect relaxation.
Looking from the kitchen towards the dining and sitting areas.
The original cooking range (ornamental only).
In praise of the 'unfitted' kitchen!
Soft candy colours in the kitchen.
The hand-carved porch doors.
The shower-room on the ground floor.
Steep cottage stairs make the cottage unsuitable for small childern and those with limited mobility.
Bedroom 3 is tucked snugly in the attic space on the second floor.
A lovely window seat to relax and read or look out over the lovely view.
Lovely vintage touches.
Bedroom 1 is on the first floor.
Bedroom 1 has twin beds.
Looking back into Bedroom 1.
An original Victorian fireplace.
A lovely desk area for writing those postcards!
The cottage provides clocks, throws, cushions, hot water bottles... everything you could possibly need for a wonderful stay.
Bedroom 2 has twin beds.
Bedroom 2 also has an original cast iron fireplace.
Another lovely vintage mirror.
The bathroom on the first floor.
A rainhead shower above the bath.
Handmade tiles above the bathroom basin.
Nearly time for a cream tea!
The beautiful twelfth century church in Fowey.
Whistlefish is one of a terrace of four cottages.



Fowey / Sleeps 6 (no children under 5)

7 Nights from £614 - £1860

September 2017

Well presented. Access down into Fowey or up to the car park was hard work and not for the faint-hearted.

Reply from Classic Cottages

Thanks for reviewing Whistlefish. There are some steep hills in the village, and as the cottage is set halfway between the village centre and the car park, there will be some effort involved in accessing either, one on the way out and the other on the way back home! We do try to show this in our description and photos, and we think that the fabulous views from the deck make it all worthwhile - we hope you do too. Tanya, Customer Support

August 2017

It ist More beautiful than supposed by the fotos

July 2016

Home from home comfort with delightful holiday extras to discover in a beautiful house close to town.

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