Overlooking rolling countryside and St.Enodoc Golf Course, Fourgeese is a ground floor cottage set in a peaceful location with a south-facing garden, protected from the westerlies. Within three minutes’ walking distance, there are views across the Camel Estuary and way out to sea. One can walk to three beaches to enjoy surfing, windsurfing or just sunbathing.
People come to this part of Cornwall to enjoy peace and relaxation, walking, water sports, golf, fine restaurants and shops. The increasingly popular town of Wadebridge is 7 miles up the Estuary, from where there is easy access to the rest of this beautiful county.
The poet, John Betjeman, is buried in St.Enodoc Churchyard. From early childhood, he spent his holidays in Trebetherick and ended his days in Daymer Lane. Inland from Trebetherick, to east and west, are the villages which became his private shrines – St.Minver, St.Endellion, St.Kew, St.Tudy and St.Teath and, by the coast – Pentire, Port Quin and Port Isaac. Across the Estuary lies the charming old fishing village of Padstow – perhaps now more famous for its culinary delights than its marine exploits.
Golf at St.Enodoc, tennis at Roserrow, sailing at Rock and windsurfing in Daymer Bay – all this and much more is minutes from Fourgeese.