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Tim and Paula were excellent hosts and we spent 2 comfortable nights in the family suite which had lots of space an a really comfortable bed. The breakfasts were lovely and we felt really at home. I would highly recommend this quaint home from home.
We were staying on the top floor in a room that was quite small but had the facilities to make it a pleasant stay. A good shower in a small bathroom, good choice of breakfast menu which was cooked to order and very nice. Considering...More
Enjoyed a delicious cream tea in this historic building, it's fairly small inside with lots of charm with original beams, low ceilings and sloping floors. Very friendly staff, and great service. They have a gorgeous Labrador called Frank who was very well behaved even though...More
We stayed 2 nights in this brilliant B&B over easter weekend. Paula and Tim were really helpful with finding parking and generally during our stay. Breakfast was fab and room was comfy and clean. Excellent location, wish we could have stayed longer
My partner and myself went here for a quick cup of tea and a small bite to eat.
The tea came in a range of types and had the pot had a lovely poor (attention to detail 😀).
The portion sizes and prices were I...More
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US$90 - US$129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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As other people have said parking is a nightmare! we came across on the ferry as we were staying in Looe, there is a car park as soon as you get off and if you are lucky you can get a space, bit easier now its not high... More
As other people have said parking is a nightmare! we came across on the ferry as we were staying in Looe, there is a car park as soon as you get off and if you are lucky you can get a space, bit easier now its not high season. Or follow signs if you are on the opposite side of the estuary and park in a huge car park but it is a long steep walk down but there is a mini bus that will pick up and take back. Dont be put off because Fowey is worth a visit especially on a sunny warm day
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"The Tudor Room is large and comfortable, and faces the main street."