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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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Q Restaurant

Join us in our Q Restaurant for lunch from 12:30 till 15:30.Cream Teas fom 15:00 till 18:00. Supper from 18:00-21:00.Non residents are welcome. Call 01726 833302 to book a table


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Summer recipe: coriander cured salmon

August 7th, 2014

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Our head chef Ben Bass loves nothing more than creating new dishes for our guests at Q Restaurant. Here’s his recipe for ‘coriander cured salmon with avocado, fennel and smoked tomato’. About this dish Ben says: “This is a really tasty starter or supper for those early autumn evenings. Refreshing and light, this dish is rich without any heavy creams or butters. It’s also gluten and dairy free and full of healthy fats.” Happy cooking. Coriander cured salmon, avocado, fennel and smoked tomato  […]

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July Event Roundup

July 4th, 2014

The sun has been shining on Cornwall for the past month resulting in many evenings of alfresco dining, enjoying music in beer gardens and many a sunburnt nose. With July slowly pushing us towards the middle of the Great British Summer, there’s plenty to see, do and take part in while the weather is still glorious! Here are our top five of the county’s events in July. Polo on the Beach Kicking off July is Cornwall’s most prestigous event – […]

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Active Fowey

June 18th, 2014

Fowey not only lures the romantics to meander along it’s winding streets, but the active and adventurous are also drawn to our sparkling river and steep hikes. If you’re not sure where to begin your active getaway in the great Cornish outdoors, we’ve put together a list of our favourite pursuits, both on and off shore. Kayaking the River Fowey There’s no better way to explore the estuary’s hidden tributaries and pontoons than on a kayak. Just three miles up-river […]

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Things to look out for at Fowey Festival

April 30th, 2014

Fowey Festival is just around the corner, and this year’s programme is full of inspiring workshops, presentations and entertainment. We’ve chosen a few highlights to give you a flavour of what this unique event has to offer. Don’t forget, we’re ideally located just a stones throw away from all the action, so after soaking up plenty of culture, join us for a glass of bubbly and delicious lunch or dinner on our waterside terrace. To book a room or reserve a table […]

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Fowey Festival of Music and Words

April 14th, 2014

Brought to you by the du Maurier Society, Fowey Festival of Music and Words returns between 10 – 17 May with an imaginative blend of music, literature, theatre and comedy. Performances, readings and workshops will be dotted around our beautiful harbour town throughout the week. Highlights include a ‘Q & A’session with Book Club personalities Richard Madeley and Judy Finnegan, and music sessions from Jazz singer Tina Fay and renowned pianist Jonathan Delbridge. The Old Quay House is the perfect […]

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Eden Sessions

April 9th, 2014

A natural amphitheatre, world-class musicians, and those iconic illuminated biomes – The Eden Sessions, described as ‘the nearest you can get to seeing a gig on the moon,’ is definitely one to tick off your Cornish bucket list. The Eden Sessions take place over the summer months and promise a phenomenal combination of artistes. This year’s headline acts include the Pixies, Elbow, Dizzee Rascal and Ellie Goulding. There is such an eclectic range of performers on offer that you can […]

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Daphne Du Maurier’s Cornwall

March 28th, 2014

When we heard that the BBC had commissioned a three part adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s gothic novel Jamaica Inn we were very excited.  Although Bodmin Moor and Launceston were inspirations for the novel, du Maurier lived and wrote here in Fowey from a young age. Du Maurier once said: “Fowey has a magic all of its own” and we definitely agree. Our town is scattered with cornerstones of both the authors life and works, so we’ve traced a timeline of our […]

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Introducing the newest member of our team

March 12th, 2014

We are delighted to introduce the newest member of our team, and our first international student from China, to the Old Quay House. Lui Hui Fang, self named Dorothy, joins us as an intern during her studies at the prestigious Swiss Hotel Management School in Switzerland. Specialising in hospitality management, Dorothy will be working with the team here to give our guests the usual Old Quay House treatment. Fluent in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, and French, Dorothy has a background in […]

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Our pick of Cornwall’s best Spring gardens

March 6th, 2014

One of the many things we love about Cornwall is its unique climate. Benefitting from the warmth of the Gulf Stream, Cornwall has become famous for its diverse Spring gardens. We have chosen some of our favourite Cornish gardens, all within a short drive of the Old Quay House. Caerhays Castle Gardens, the Roseland This beautiful 200 year old estate boasts an English Heritage Grade I listed castle, 120 acres of grade II listed gardens, and stunning beaches. We’re not […]

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Cornwall is open for business

February 12th, 2014

There has been a lot of media coverage about the Winter storms and the damage they have caused here in Cornwall. Whilst we know that some businesses have been badly affected the vast majority of the county has thankfully remained unscathed. Visit Cornwallhave put together this little video letting people know that Cornwall is very much still open for business. In fact our waterside location makes for some spectacular storm watching, albeit from the safety and warmth of the hotel.

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