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Cornish Gardens Package

Summer has arrived, the sun is shining and our gardens are blooming! Now is the time to join us for two nights accommodation with breakfast, dinner on one evening and transport to and from Eden and Heligan Gardens. Prices start from £410 per room.


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Indulgence Package

Enjoy two nights with us, an evening in our restaurant and a bottle of Veuve Cliquot in your room when you arrive.


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The Old Quay House Hotel and restaurant The Old Quay House Hotel and restaurant The Old Quay House Hotel and restaurant

The restorative powers of a weekend break without the children

June 21st, 2012

Penthouse lounge

Does the sound of a mini break without children have you wide-eyed, excited and raring to go? “I feel normal again” Mrs S said having spent 3 idyllic nights in the penthouse. “No rushing around or animals in the bed, it’s been amazing!” She woke to champagne and handmade cards addressed to ‘mummy’ – we wonder who put those there? Mr S was very happy with his choice, and could give himself a big pat on the back for making […]

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Luxurious boutique hotel amenities

June 21st, 2012

A focus on suppliers: The White Company What we love about The White Company is that they can turn a simple bathroom into a spa experience. “How?” you ask, well… Picture yourself unwinding in a soothing hot bath, listening to your favourite songs on your iPod, taking some much deserved quiet time to relax and devour your favourite magazine from cover to cover. What could make this moment any more perfect?  Immerse yourself in a heavenly rich lather of The […]

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Who cares whether it’s local?

June 20th, 2012

Cream tea

Sustainable, local, green, ethical, locally-sourced – all big words but who actually cares or knows what they mean? Should we be giving more thought to the food we’re putting in our mouths? Or is it all simply a con to make us pay more for the food we eat? We took to the narrow Cornish streets of picturesque Fowey to ask passers-by what they thought. Here’s what they had to say: Would you prefer a restaurant to have local produce […]

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A Great Day Out in Fowey

June 20th, 2012

In the Middle Ages, the port of Fowey was home to warships and galleons, but today it’s better known for its excellent cuisine, warm welcome and beautiful views. From Easter onwards the town buzzes with thousands of visitors keen to soak up the atmosphere and recharge their batteries – but how to get the most out of your time here? Here are a few of our guests’ favourites: 1. Take a walk Walking is a great way to explore Fowey […]

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