The Old Quay House Hotel
Address28 Fore Strret FoweySee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The epitome of Fowey's upmarket trend, this exclusive quayside hotel is all natural fabrics, rattan chairs and tasteful tones, and the rooms are a mix of estuary-view suites and attic penthouses. Very Kensington, not very Cornish.
Our independent authors have visited The Old Quay House Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Fowey.
Description provided by property
A luxury hotel in Cornwall overlooking the Fowey’s attractive waterfront, the award-winning Old Quay House has a waterside terrace with estuary views. Wi-Fi is free to use, and free parking permits are provided.
The restaurant has stunning views of the estuary, and offers food made from local produce. River oysters and pan-fried Cornish scallops feature on the menu, along with a carefully selected wine list. A full cooked breakfast is provided each morning.
Rooms at The Old Quay House Hotel have elegant, modern décor, and come with a TV. Each also features its own bathroom with White Company toiletries, and facilities for making tea and coffee.
A variety of shops, restaurants and bars are just metres away. You can also enjoy boat trips along the river.
Please note that the hotel does not have a car park, however you can be given parking permits for the Old Station Yard car park which is 800 yards away. It is important that on arrival in Fowey you drive to the hotel to get your permit.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Free WiFi
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