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All reviewstim and paulatudor roomblack labsconesoldest buildingtea roomall day breakfastcream tealovely dogoriginal beamsa grade ii listed buildinglow beamsfriendly cafechocolate bunnygluten and dairywell worth a visitnice pot of tea
We went to the cafe in the morning and both had their all day breakfast which was really good and not expensive.
We enjoyed our visit so much that we went there again for a Cornish Cream tea, which was superb.
The staff were really...More
This place is immaculately clean, full of interest and owned by one of the nicest couples you will ever meet. Nothing is too much trouble, the breakfast is the highest quality and Frank the dignified black Labrador is the icing on the cake. Reasonable car...More
Stayed in November, lovely room very clean, comfortable bed, lovely hot shower plus a full English breakfast. Paula and Tim fountain of knowledge. I would highly recommend this b and b. Full of interesting features.
Arrived across the water in Bodinnick earlier in the day with my son. Had a mooch around the village and decided to pop over to Fowey on the ferry around 2 o'clock. Walked into the centre of Fowey only to discover that the bars stopped...More
The oldest house in Fowey, and one that always has a wonderful welcome. Second year running we have stayed whilst in Fowey for the Christmas Festival . Tim and Paula go out of their way to help, breakfasts are great, room spacious and thoughtfully equipped....More
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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.