We offer dog friendly, riverside self-catering cottage accommodation with game fishing in the heart of rural Cornwall, where you and your dogs can enjoy wandering through the parkland bordering the beautiful River Fowey and exploring our meadow and ancient woodland beyond.
Set in stunning grounds, our spacious centrally heated self-catering accommodation comprise of three 3 bedroomed detached cottages (each sleeping 6), along with The Barn housing the Rod Room, Dog Wash facilities and Communal Lounge, comfortably catering for groups of up to 18 and of course their dogs.
Our Three Cottages
Peal Cottage: A lovely cottage that enjoys views from the Living Room that overlook its own enclosed garden and the parkland with lake. This centrally heated cottage has a ground floor open plan Living Room with vaulted ceiling and dining area, fully fitted kitchen along with the Master Bedroom with en-suite Shower Room. On the first-floor there are two further twin bedrooms along with a Family Bathroom with shower over the bath.
Parr Cottage: This warm centrally heated cottage has a first-floor open plan Kitchen/Living Room/Dining Room with stove and beamed ceiling, with stable door opening onto the raised deck giving direct access to both tiers of the garden. The Kitchen area is fully fitted.
The ground floor Master Bedroom with ensuite Shower Room and garden access via patio doors, two further Bedrooms – one with twin beds and one with bunk beds, and Family Bathroom with shower over the bath.
Loveny Cottage: The largest of the three cottages, enjoying views from the Living Room that overlook its own enclosed garden and the parkland with lake beyond. This centrally heated cottage has three Twin Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom, the Master Bedroom enjoys an adjoining ensuite Shower Room. Downstairs Loveny has a spacious Kitchen/Diner, a huge Hallway, ideal for coats and boots, and a comfortable Living Room.
There are patio doors from the Living Room into the enclosed garden which overlooks the parkland and lake.
The Beautiful Glynn Valley
The cottages and surrounding grounds sit quietly in the landscape, nestled in the beautiful Glynn Valley. Wainsford is home to a huge array of wildlife. In addition to Salmon and Trout, Kingfishers, Dippers and Grey Wagtails can regularly be seen on the rivers. The lake is home for Dragonflies, Ducks and Moorhens, while the Heron is a regular visitor. Occasionally you can glimpse the Deer in the meadow as the Buzzards soar overhead.
Wainsford is positioned 5-miles from the tide, and given reasonable water volume is a favourite holding reach for Sea Trout and Salmon fresh from the sea. The Fowey has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the best Sea Trout rivers in the UK.
A true moorland river, the Fowey rises near Brown Willy on Bodmin, and the highest point in Cornwall. It flows for 30 miles to the sea at Fowey and is little influenced by agricultural or industrial activity. Characteristically gin clear, it provides a real challenge to the fly fisherman.