Pirates Den is a stylish apartment at Helford Passage just moments away from the Ferryboat Inn and beach. It's been tastefully decorated throughout in neutral colours and natural fabrics which appeal to everyone's taste.
There's a bedroom downstairs with a set of bunks …see more
River View is a beautiful, mid-terrace, former Coastguard's cottage at Helford Passage, just moments away from the Ferryboat Inn and the beach. It's decorated throughout in neutral shades, with splashes of colour in the artwork and soft furnishings.
Step through the fr …see more
Smugglers has recently been decorated throughout in Cloud White, giving this first-floor apartment a light, airy feel. The furniture is a rich mix of traditional pine, coupled with pieces that have been lovingly modernised with chalk paint, in several shades of seaside- …see more
3C is a first-floor apartment in the courtyard at Helford Passage, and is in a perfect position for catching both the morning and early evening sun. The Old Sail Loft originally housed the sails of the boats that were moored around the Helford Passage. It was later conv …see more
Hove-To is a ground-floor apartment at Helford Passage, just moments away from the Ferryboat Inn and beach. It's decorated throughout in warm cream which brings out the richness of the parquet flooring and natural wood furniture. Some of the artwork has a nautical theme …see more
Portscatho is a beautiful first-floor apartment at Helford Passage, just moments away from the Ferryboat Inn. From the courtyard, pop up some steps and you're home. Step through into the lounge and you'll have a beautiful view of the Helford River. Throw open the window …see more
Halliards is a beautiful ground-floor apartment at Helford Passage and just moments away from the Ferryboat Inn. The property has stunning views and is as close as you can to the beach. It's recently been renovated to create a third bedroom, and refurbished which has gi …see more
You'll find The Strand above the Ferryboat Inn. You reach it by going down a set of steps, and once inside, you'll see the attraction. Through the open-plan lounge, out of the French doors and you're on the balcony, looking down upon the Helford River, the beach and a c …see more
The Coast Guard Cottages at Helford Passage were built around 1850 and, as the name suggests, belonged to the Coastguard Service who formed in 1822 to try and prevent smuggling.
Number 4 belonged to the ship's skipper. It has been lovingly renovated to add modern featu …see more