Lower Deck, with its superb river views and balcony, is the ideal base for your Fowey escape for two.

Lower Deck Apartment part of ’The Square Rig’ is a delightful one bedroom apartment providing quality accommodation for two.\nWith superb river views from the balcony the property is situated within a very short distance of the shops restaurants pubs and quays of Fowey and the car park is approximately 5 minutes’ level walk away.\nFowey is a delightful old seaside town with many attractions. As well as local shops there are galleries showing the work of local artists and craftspeople gift shops riverside cafes and bistros as well as tea rooms serving delicious cream teas all within walking distance of The Square Rig apartments.\nHome to a royal yacht club Fowey holds a Royal Regatta every August a week-long festival which takes place both on and off the water. Every May there is also a cultural festival. Authors Daphne du Maurier and Arthur Quiller Couch lived in Fowey and the town also has links with Kenneth Grahame’s Wind in the Willows which is loosely based on the River Fowey and uses local landmarks in the story.\nOn the river and the estuary there is a wide variety of birds as well as seals and even dolphins which sometimes venture close to the shore. Sightseeing boat trips offer the opportunity not only to spot the wildlife but also to see this dramatic coastline from a different perspective. If you fancy exploring further afield there is the Fowey to Mevagissey boat that runs throughout the season weather permitting or you can take a kayaking trip up the river and see the small waterside villages with their quaint churches and lively pubs.\nIf you feel like a walk ferries cross the estuary at both ends of the town going to Bodinnick and Polruan. Once on the other side there is the famous Hall Walk that follows the estuary taking you through wooded valleys and past hidden creeks and offering amazing views from the cliffs.\nOther activities such as cycling golf horse riding and walking can all be enjoyed locally. And visits can be made to historic country houses and castles such as Lanhydrock House and Restormel Castle as well as the Eden Project the Lost Gardens of Heligan and other National Trust and private gardens of which there are many in the south of Cornwall.Fowey is a delightful old seaside town with many attractions. As well as local shops there are galleries showing the work of local artists and craftspeople gift shops riverside cafes and bistros as well as tea rooms serving delicious cream teas all within walking distance of The Square Rig apartments.\nHome to a royal yacht club Fowey holds a Royal Regatta every August a week-long festival which takes place both on and off the water. Every May there is also a cultural festival. Authors Daphne du Maurier and Arthur Quiller Couch lived in Fowey and the town also has links with Kenneth Grahame’s Wind in the Willows which is loosely based on the River Fowey and uses local landmarks in the story.\nOn the river and the estuary there is a wide variety of birds as well as seals and even dolphins which sometimes venture close to the shore. Sightseeing boat trips offer the opportunity not only to spot the wildlife but also to see this dramatic coastline from a different perspective. If you fancy exploring further afield there is the Fowey to Mevagissey boat that runs throughout the season weather permitting or you can take a kayaking trip up the river and see the small waterside villages with their quaint churches and lively pubs.\nIf you feel like a walk ferries cross the estuary at both ends of the town going to Bodinnick and Polruan. Once on the other side there is the famous Hall Walk that follows the estuary taking you through wooded valleys and past hidden creeks and offering amazing views from the cliffs.\nOther activities such as cycling golf horse riding and walking can all be enjoyed locally. And visits can be made to historic country houses and castles such as Lanhydrock House and Restormel Castle as well as the Eden Project the Lost Gardens of H