Feock Holiday Cottages(1)
7 night min stay
- 3 Bedrooms,
- 2 Bathrooms,
- Sleeps 5
- Truro & Falmouth area /
- Feock Cottage
7 night min stay
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Feock is a small coastal village in Cornwall situated within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is a wonderful destination for a relaxing couple’s retreat or family getaway with many activities and things to see close by. A perfect mix of countryside and coast, Feock also enjoys easy access to all the amenities of historic Falmouth, which is in itself a major holiday destination. Feock is a lovely place for holidaymakers to base themselves in to enjoy the delights of Cornwall./p>What Feock offers is the peace and tranquillity of rural Cornwall combined with all the beauty and attractions of the coast. HomeAway has several holiday bungalows in Feock where visitors can really make themselves feel at home. Ideal for families, these holiday homes come with three bedrooms and can accommodate up to six people. Some also come with a variety of amenities, including internet access, DVD players, and breathtaking water views. Rates for Feock holiday homes vary by season, but start at around £350 per week.
-Beaches: Visitors staying in Feock holiday bungalows don’t have to go far to hit the beach. Loe Beach is located within walking distance of some homes and is an excellent place to spend an afternoon. The beach is a major watersports centre and buzzes with activity in the summer months. For the quintessential beach experience, head over to Pendower Beach, one of the most popular spots in all of Cornwall thanks to its fine sand and tranquil waves.
-Watersports: Feock holiday homes are an ideal place to stay for watersports enthusiasts because Loe Beach is so close by. The Watersports Centre on the beach offers kayak, motorboat, rowboat, dinghy, and stand-up paddleboard hire. Visitors can even partake in introductory courses in windsurfing, sailing, and stand-up paddleboarding. Most courses last one to two days and can be booked in advance. HomeAway also has holiday cottages in Flushing, which watersports lovers can consider as an alternative to Feock.
-Outdoor activities: There are few finer places to take a stroll outdoors than in Feock. The quiet roads in the area are well suited for cycling and there are numerous walking paths that take visitors deep into the Cornish countryside. As an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, walkers and cyclists will want to have their camera handy when exploring Feock.
-Golf: Truro Golf Club is located just a few miles north of Feock. It has an 18-hole par 67 course that is nestled within the rolling hills of Cornwall. Green fees at Truro start at just £15 per found. Visitors to Feock can also stop by Falmouth Golf Club. Established in 1894, the 18-hole par 72 course offers commanding views of the sea. The club welcomes visitors throughout the year and can also facilitate golf lessons.
-Family attractions: A trip to Pendennis Castle makes a great day out from Feock. The castle was built by Henry VIII and has enjoyed a colourful history since it was constructed. Another great place to take children is the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, which is home to 140 boats spanning over 150 years of history.
The weather is Feock remains lovely throughout the year. Beach lovers and watersports enthusiast naturally like to visit in the summer as high temperatures soar above 20°C. However, for visitors who just want to enjoy the peace, tranquillity, and natural beauty of the area, any season is suited for a stay in a holiday bungalow in Feock. In the winter, high temperatures can still reach the low-teens, though it does rain a little more often.
Getting to Feock is a pretty straightforward affair as it’s located right off the A39. Visitors tend to either drive to the village directly, or take a short flight to Newquay Cornwall Airport. From the airport, Feock is a 40-minute drive away. There is no rail station in Feock.