Things to see and do - Fowey
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Fowey Travel guide
Fowey : Michelin's recommendations
Overlooking a magnificent natural haven at the mouth of the Fowey, this small hillside town was once one of England's busiest ports. Visitors can walk towards Gribbin Head, which offers a spendid view stretching several kilometres. Don’t miss taking a boat trip, either along the port and coast to the dark and steep cliffs, or upriver between the wooded hillsides.
Tourist attractions Fowey : Things to see and do
st. Fore GB - Fowey PL23 1AH
St Nicholas Church in Fore Street, lined with picturesque old houses, was built on the site of a Norman church dedicated to Saint Fimbarrus. Note the decorative pinnacled tower, two-storey porch, fine ribbed vaulting and Norman fonts.
The Esplanade GB - Fowey PL23 1HX
Set in beautifully landscaped gardens, right by the water's edge, the award-winning Fowey Hotel has a scenic and peaceful location. It offers free Wi-Fi, an award-winning restaurant, and a 24-hour front desk. Many of the individually decorated, en s..
Hanson Drive GB - Fowey PL23 1ET
Overlooking Fowey Port and the sea, this luxury hotel with an indulgent spa retreat and fun kids' facilities is a 5-minute walk from the sandy Readymoney Cove. Fowey Hall is a luxury country-house hotel with rich architecture that was inspiration fo..
28 Fore Strret GB - Fowey PL23 1AQ
Prix Prices from : 190 £
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 ..
GB - Golant PL23 1LL
Hanson Dr GB - Fowey PL23 1ET
28 Fore St GB - Fowey PL23 1AQ
Light, bright hotel restaurant with wood framed mirrors, wicker furnishings and a glorious terrace with harbour views. Light lunches and more sophisticated dinners of modern, flavoursome dishes; fish is from Looe and shellfish, from Fowey.
24 Fore St. GB - Fowey PL23 1AQ
The ingredients might be Cornish but the tasty cooking takes its influences from across The Channel, with classic Gallic dishes the order of the day. Black & white photos fill the walls and there's even a display of old milk bottles!