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Hotels in Fowey

Fowey Hotel
The Esplanade
Fowey
Cornwall

PL23 1HX | View map
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An award winner in the Cornwall Tourism Awards 2008, The Fowey Hotel is renowned for its friendly, relaxed atmosphere and high standards. AA Rosette recognition for fine food is a staple here and The Fowey’s kitchen boasts one of the few Master Chefs of Great Britain.

A fine example of classic Victorian architecture and charm, The Fowey hotel exudes character and warmth with just the right degree of quirk, to provide a warm and ambient environment. The hotel has 37 individually decorated en suite bedrooms, many which offer panoramic views out over the Fowey estuary. There is a comfortable bar and two lounges as well as the restaurant, all offering stunning views. You can sit happily and while away the hours – for hours

The hotel is set in a landscaped garden with a second, beautiful garden area just across the Esplanade, right by the water's edge. The gardens have featured in the annual Fowey In Bloom awards. In the lower garden traditional Cornish Cream Teas are served on lazy summer days or, alternatively, on the hotel terrace overlooking the gardens and water.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars; 1 AA Rosette
Number of Rooms: 37
Number Ensuite: 37

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Price Includes: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Double: From £118 (low)
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Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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