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Rooms for Christmas 2014 starting at £190 per night including breakfast or alternatively our Christmas package starting at £500 for a two nights stay with breakfast and Christmas day lunch


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Late Summer Events

August 15th, 2014

The Old Quay House Fowey estuary

We have had great weather so far this summer, even if Hurricane Bertha was a minor blip, and there are still plenty of events to enjoy before the summer holidays end and autumn arrives. Here are just a few ideas of things to do over the coming weeks: Fowey Royal Regatta & Carnival Week Visitors from around the world flock to Fowey to enjoy Regatta Week – one of the UK’s best known sailing events, which takes place this year […]

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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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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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