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Ferrymans Cottage


A wonderful cottage with great views, and direct river access.

Suitable for
Boating, crabbing

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Sleeps 9

Bedrooms 4

Bathrooms 2

Dog friendly

Short breaks available


High season from
£1120 per week

Mid season from
£770 per week

Low season from
£570 per week


  • River Mooring
  • Deck with access by personal ladder to beach or - with the tide - the water.
  • Fishing
  • Gas fired BBQ
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer/drier
  • Microwave
  • Sky TV (free to air channels)
  • Video
  • DVD & CD player
  • Open decorative fireplace

More Information

The ground floor consists of a comfortable sitting room with open decorative fireplace, Sky TV (free to air channels), Video, DVD & CD player and views across the river and patio doors onto the balcony; there is a study/office with second TV, Phone and Fax and a shower room with toilet.

On the lower ground floor you enter the Cornish slate built cellars of the former "Sailors Return" an eighteenth century pub but now delightfully converted. The dining room, with beamed ceiling, leads onto the terrace, low beams in the kitchen area - beware tall cooks!, with charcoal barbecue and excellent river views. It has steps down the Passage Street Slipway. The kitchen is also on this floor and this is superbly equipped with a range of fitted units, gas cooker, washing and drying machine and dishwasher, fridge, freezer and microwave.

On the first floor are two double bedrooms, one of which has a bay window with lovely views, and a bathroom/wc with a shower over the bath. The second floor has two further bedrooms, one with river views and double bed; the other a single bed and full sized bunk beds.

There is a patio, balcony and delightful sheltered terrace over the river with access to the slipway and water. The property has a mooring and is a short distance from Caffa Mill Car and Dinghy Park and a level five minute walk from the town centre.

This spacious Victorian waterfront house is set in an enviable position overlooking the river, near the Ferry to Bodinnick.

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