Self-catering cottages and holiday accommodation in Polruan
Polruan is a charming Cornish fishing village just across the estuary from the popular Fowey in South Cornwall. Built on a craggy mount, Polruan is skirted on three sides by water; Pont Creek to the north, the River Fowey to the west and the English Channel to the south. The village is home to some interesting historic places of interest including St Saviour’s Ruin, Polruan Pool, the Blockhouse and Punche’s Cross. Our guide to the best things to do in Polruan and the surrounding area, will give you the local’s lowdown on planning a memorable holiday in Polruan from the comfort of one of our cosy Polruan cottages.
Why visit Polruan?
If you love history as well as Cornish fishing villages, Polruan offers the perfect blend. With places of religious and military significance, Polruan is one of the most interesting spots on the South Coast. It is close to Fowey, Polperro and the Rame Peninsula for memorable day trips. Our Polruan self-catering accommodation and South Cornwall cottages will ensure that you have some was comfortable and cosy to return to after a day exploring Cornwall.
Why stay in a Polruan cottage?
Stay in one of our charming Polruan cottages if you wish for an authentic Cornish experience in a picture-perfect fishing village. We offer fishermen’s cottages with sea views and larger Cornwall cottages for extended families and groups of friends that wish to explore this lovely part of beautiful Cornwall. Our collection of Polruan cottages also offer luxury extras such as hot tubs, as well as some even welcoming your four-legged friend so you can truly enjoy a holiday in Cornwall as a family.
Choose one of our Polruan holiday cottages and set yourselves perfectly for exploring Cornwall’s stunning coastline.