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

Recent mentions in the press

January 28th, 2015

Some of our guests may have spotted recent press coverage for The Old Quay House. We are thrilled to have received some fantastic comments, and wanted to share them with you. Frank Barratt, travel editor for The Mail on Sunday visited us in the autumn. He said: “For a welcome breath of sea air, head for Fowey. The Old Quay House is the ideal weekend hotel: it boasts a great location in the centre of town and a fine restaurant.” Lesley Gillilan wrote about […]

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Winter in Cornwall

January 13th, 2015

Mevagissey. 
Photo credit: Adam Gibbard & Visit Cornwall

Winter is a great time to visit Cornwall if you are looking for a relaxing break, without the crowds. If you like spending time by the coast, this is a perfect opportunity to wrap up warm and hit the beach. In contrast to the summer months, it is not uncommon to have certain beaches all to yourself at this time of year. Breathe in the fresh sea air and take in the sounds of the waves. Warm up afterwards with […]

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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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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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