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Lovely quaint B&B and tea rooms in the heart of Fowey. Building is circa 1430 and the oldest in Fowey. The Tudor room we stayed in had the original fireplace exposed. Fascinating piece of Tudor architecture. Room had a 4 poster bed, exposed beams and...More
Staying in a holiday cottage we thought we would venture to Fowey for breakfast on a wet and misty Sunday and chose to eat here after passing a number of cafes which were overflowing with people.
The cafe’s appearance, a little old fashioned, does not...More
It was my husband who first caught sight of the sign by the door, whilst we mooched casually along the main street through the town. It said they could cater for gluten AND dairy free. Having arrived in Fowey the night before, with no real...More
Tim and Paula could not have been more helpful from the moment we arrived until we left. They warn about uneven floors, but despite the age of this great old building, they have really fixed it up to high modern standards. I wish we could've...More
We've been staying in St Austell since 24/07/17 and not yet experienced a cream tea. So on 29/07/17 late afternoon whilst visiting Fowey we stepped into this quaint tea room (didn't look obvious from the front that it had accommodation) because we had ages to...More
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US$84 - US$132 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from DairyFreeBaby A | Reviewed this property |
There is a tiny car park on the harbour but due to the narrow streets, you're better off parking in the car park at the top of the hill (near Fowey Hall) & catching the mini bus service. Or walk down (about 5 mins - steep... More
There is a tiny car park on the harbour but due to the narrow streets, you're better off parking in the car park at the top of the hill (near Fowey Hall) & catching the mini bus service. Or walk down (about 5 mins - steep but pretty) & bus back to the top. Mini bus service stops by the church at the bottom and is constantly towing & froing.
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"One room is small, another is a family room with lounge & other is furnished with a 4 poster bed."