Canoeing and kayaking in Cornwall
A spectacular coastline with winding wooded creeks, the Fowey Estuary is a world of adventure for canoers and kayakers. It lies on the south coast of Cornwall, not too far from St Austell, and has its own lively working port for you to stop off on your travels.
Just metres from the water's edge, and with densely-wooded banks rising on either side, Pont Creek Cottage makes an idyllic base from which to explore the Fowey estuary.
This former quayside pub is made up of two holiday homes including The Farm House. It sits on the tidal creek of Fowey and is a dream location for boaters.
The winding creeks and small inlets of the Fal Estuary make it perfect exploring ground for canoers and kayakers. It sits on the south west coast of Cornwall and attracts an abundance of wildlife. Lookout for dolphins, peregrines and fallow deer on the banks.
Live on the edge in this two-bedroom quayside cottage. You'll have your own private quay so bring your small boat or hire one locally.
Nestling in the woodland garden of the Trelissick estate is this traditional white-washed cottage. It's only a five-minute walk to the river where you can hire a canoe.