Share our cornish idyll- a self catering home from home for sea dogs and explorers, swallows and amazons, ramblers and naturalists, artists and dreamers......
Our waterside holiday cottage is ideal for families, friends and couples and we accept up to 3 dogs.
With the breathtaking expanse of Mylor Creek next to your front garden, and a slipway and private foreshore to moor a small boat or dinghy, standup paddleboard or kayak, you will enjoy a stunning holiday setting with plenty of opportunity to get afloat or simply take in the view.
We do allow a small boat trailer to be parked on the front garden next to the allocated parking space. Our private foreshore and the adjacent public slipway is ideal for launching dinghies, paddleboards kayaks or tenders. For those who would like to learn to sail we are only a short walk (or paddle) from Mylor Sailing School and Mylor Yacht Harbour in Mylor Churchtown, Restronguet Sailing Club, Cafe Mylor and Castaways Restaurant. You can also enjoy a beautiful walk around Mylor Great Wood to the historic Pandora Inn in Restronguet Creek, which is equally accessible from the water.
There are convenient local amenities nearby in Mylor Bridge and extensive coastal walking to take in the spectacular views and range of wildlife around the River Fal estuary and Roseland Peninsula. Falmouth's beaches, events and attractions, the historic city of Truro, the surfing beaches of the north coast and countryside of the Roseland via the nearby King Harry Ferry are all within easy reach, guaranteeing a varied and memorable holiday for everyone in this beautiful part of the world.
Creekside Cottage is a renovated 4 bedroom 3 bathroom village house on the banks of Mylor Creek with far reaching views across the water and rolling Cornish countryside beyond. It provides a perfect all year round base for water sports enthusiasts, walkers, wildlife lovers, or simply relaxing in a peaceful environment
There is a large and sunny front garden which enjoys a 40 ft frontage directly onto the stunning Mylor Creek, one of the very few places in Cornwall where traditional working boats still put out to the Carrick Roads to dredge for oysters under sail. The private foreshore and adjacent public slipway provides an ideal place to launch your own family adventures afloat or simply soak up the peaceful atmosphere and view the abundent wildlife on the Creek all around you, complimented by the sounds of curlews and other wading birds foraging at the waterline.
Inside the cottage has been comprehensively modernised to offer beautifully presented and well appointed accommodation ideal for groups of up to 6 guests. It's great for large families and suitable for up to 5 adults, but cosy enough for couples.
The interconnected ground floor reception rooms provide ideal living space for family and friends to enjoy during your holiday. The sitting area enjoy views of the passing boats and a warm and cosy atmosphere to relax on leather sofas to enjoy a movie on the internet TV or a DVD from the family library. The warmth of a roaring fire adds to the scene in the winter months.
A large archway opens out into a dining area awash with natural light and enhanced by a country-style kitchen diner. A solid pine table comfortably sits up to 6 for indoor dinner parties, whilst a large wood burning stove radiates plenty of warmth in the wintertime.
Leading on from the dining area, the bright and contemporary spot-lit kitchen features an oak vaulted ceiling and is fully equipped with a broad range of high quality appliances to make the best of your self-catering stay.
The adjoining utility room is equipped with a washing machine, tumble dryer and hanging space for wetsuits/walking/sailing gear. Leading off is a power shower which is useful after a day on the water. From the utility room a stable door opens out and up the stone steps into a large and sunny back garden which is ideal enjoying relaxed alfresco meals in the sunshine. The garden is enclosed making it the ideal spot for children and dogs to play
The contemporary style of the accommodation of the continues up to the first floor (the stairs have a built in stair gate) with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Each bedroom is furnished in a nautical theme, comfortable and bright, and with stunning views over the creek from 3 of the 4 bedrooms.
Couples can easily relax in the master bedroom with its King size bed and TV. This room offers tranquil garden views to enjoy from the back of the cottage and is perfectly complemented by a modern en-suite with power shower.
A further bedroom ideal for couples can also be found overlooking Mylor Creek, with a double bed and flat screen TV. A bright and welcoming single bedroom leads off from the double bedroom with both enjoying shared access to a modern fitted family bathroom with power shower. A fourth bedroom with single bed also overlooks the beautiful waterside, to complete the stylish andwell presented sleeping accommodation.
A Chartered Surveyor and professional Artist couple with a grown up family and 2 dogs who love sailing, paddling and the great outdoors, and we fell in love with Mylor Creek in 2007.
Completely renovated and re-fitted to a high quality throughout, and with family and dog friendly holidays always uppermost in our minds, we were persuaded to open our doors to holiday guests and we love how many want to return to Creekside each year.
We have a fantastic local housekeeping, maintenance and gardening team helping us to keep the cottage beautifully presented for our guests to enjoy, and we holiday at Creekside for 10-15 weeks a year constantly upgrading and improving in between our own adventures in the area
What to expect from us
We want guests to feel they are treated exactly the same way we would expect to be treated.
In good time before your holiday, we will provide you with a comprehensive guest information pack (online plus a hard copy in the Cottage) which includes
suggestions about pre-booking restaurants and supermarket deliveries, plus temporary GP registration if required.
a list of what we provide (so you don't double up)
directions to reach the Cottage, parking arrangements, and the key safe code
general checks when you arrive plus safety advice around the house and gardens
a summary of how the hot water central heating and general appliances work, plus the manufacturer's detailed operating instructions
waste collection arrangements and recycling
if you intend to bring a boat or kayak, tips on getting afloat, trailer parking, use of our private foreshore and the public slipway
our current favourite restaurants and pubs, walks, cycles, places to go by land or sea.
departure day instructions
When you arrive there is a Welcome pack provided and we are contactable by phone, webchat, or email if you need our help or advice during your stay.