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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
Have had a very nice break to the historic harbour town of Fowey only made more enjoyable by Paula and Tim's welcoming cottage and reception (and Frank too!).
The location could not be more central to town and the cheapest car park is no more...More
Stayed at The Well House for 2 nights. The location was excellent, right near the centre of town. The duvet and duvet cover were possibly the most comfortable I have ever slept under. Breakfast options were good with cereals, fresh fruit and cooked breakfast on...More
We stayed here for 3 nights recently. Downstairs operates as Tea Rooms & there are 3 guest rooms on the upper floors.
We did not partake of the fare on offer in the Tea Rooms because the breakfast provided by our hosts was of such...More
We popped in for a bite to eat at this nice little cafe when we came for a day visit to Fowey. It was a good find as you couldn't fault the the food I had the BLT and it was well value for money....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.
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"One room is small, another is a family room with lounge & other is furnished with a 4 poster bed."