Weekly lets run 4.00p.m. Friday to
10.00 a.m. the following Friday. Short breaks are often available, especially outside peak
season or at short notice.
Self- catering Flat To Let Sleeps 6 people
50 metres from the beach on the famous Ferry Boat Inn
site at Helford Passage on the North bank of the beautiful Helford
The Helford River is one of the UK's most attractive locations
and is on the Cornish Coastal path only 8 miles from the port of Falmouth.
3 bedrooms sleeping 6 people.
Accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin, 1
bunkroom) sleeping 6, lounge / dining room, kitchen, bath/shower room.
Beds are made up for your arrival. We cannot accommodate pets.
It includes a television, video recorder, combined washing
machine / tumbler drier, fridge-freezer and night storage heaters. Weekly
lets run 4.00p.m. Friday to 10.00 a.m. the following Friday.
The Helford River
The Helford River is one of the most sought-after locations
in Cornwall, loved for its mild climate, classic scenery and unspoilt,
protected sailing waters -made famous by Daphne du Maurier's best-selling
novel 'Frenchman's Creek' .
Nearby Falmouth is a mecca for sailors, with its large
protected natural harbour and long Maritime history. Falmouth features
many other attractions, including the National Maritime Museum, Pendennis
Castle and number of very good family beaches.
Cornwall is a gardener's paradise with many famous and
outstanding gardens including The Eden Project, Glendurgan, Trebah, Trewithen
and the Lost Gardens of Heligan all within an hour's drive.
There is plenty to see in Cornwall. The highlights include
Lands End; the Lizard Peninsula; the Tate Gallery in St. Ives; internationally
famous surfing beaches; Goonhilly Satellite Tracking Station - the largest
in the world; the Eden Project, an incredible display of plants from every
climate, in a spectacular setting; as well as the charm of the fishing
villages and pubs for which the County is famous.
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