This year why not escape the traditional elements of Christmas such as carols round the Christmas tree, turkey and paper hats and come to an oasis of peace and sanctuary at your favourite hideaway by the sea. Tourist-free streets, invigorating coastal walks and the same romantic estuary views as always, Fowey in winter is the perfect escape. Why not make an early New Year’s resolution to experience the side of Cornwall most people don’t get to see? Read more
Something new for the truly adventurous gourmet.
Do you know your wood sorrel from your Cornish round leaf mint – how about wild borage from pennyworth? The Old Quay House has teamed up with the Wild Food School in Lostwithiel to introduce a quirky, but popular package of luxury accommodation and wild food foraging. Read more
With so many incredible gardens in Cornwall, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Let us help you to see the best with our tailor made packages. Leave the car behind and make use of an experienced local guide who will take you on a tour of two of Cornwall’s most popular attractions – the world famous Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan. The package includes two nights accommodation, breakfast and dinner on one evening, transport to and from Eden and Heligan and a guided tour. (This offer excludes entrance fees). Read more
Looking to return to Fowey this Spring?
Have you attended the renowned Daphne du Maurier Festival? This star-studded 11 day event takes place in Fowey every May and this year will be held from 9th to 20th. With the likes of Julian Clary, Sir Trevor McDonald and Fern Britton appearing, it promises to showcase Fowey like you’ve never seen it before. Read more
FROM OUR BLOG
- A What’s On Guide to visiting in May21st April 2017 - 7:56 am
If you want to immerse yourself in a little Cornish culture on your next holiday in Fowey, then May is the perfect time. Whether through literature, art, food and drink or gardens, there’s no better opportunity than at some of the events listed here: