Our seaside town is a wonderful place for shopping. Visiting one of the independent boutique shops can be like stepping back in time, with intricate designs, vintage styles, decor and beautiful clothing easily found all within our narrow streets. From bright colourful designs to more delicate pastel hues, you’re bound to find something that reflects our seaside living that you can’t find anywhere else, rich in quality and made to remember.

We invite you to take a look at some of the best boutique shops in Fowey.


Se7en is located right in the heart of Fowey. Distinctly recognised for its sophisticated style, this independent boutique shop offers a range of prints and patterns, with brands such as Luca Vanucci, Mistral, Adini, and Hatley available. Se7en also sells beautiful upcycled leather handbags, promoting fair trade and ethically sourced stock, with stylish purses, summer scarves and jewellery available from their accessory range too.

Ocean One

Opened in 2010, Ocean One offers visitors plenty of open space with a rustic chic feel to their shop while you’re browsing for your next Fowey inspired outfit. Describing themselves as bringing ‘an unusual mix of mainly European labels’ to your wardrobe, their clothes are designed to make you feel at home in your own skin, while still standing out from the crowd. With brands such as Le Petit Baigneur and Denim Studio available to bring you that classic boutique feel, you can wear the best vintage inspired clothes while still staying on trend with today’s fashion market.

Powell Craft

Blending vintage crafts with exquisite design, Powell Craft is home to all things vintage. With a passion for quality, this boutique shop opens its doors to customers wanting to find the very best in vintage inspired ladies and children’s wear. Their window displays are always guaranteed to catch your eye, with nostalgia sweeping over you before you even step through the door. Not only do they feature clothes, but they also have their own baby gifts and toys, as well as adult gifts and homeware. Found on Lostwithiel Street, this boutique style shop is not one to be missed.

Pink Lemons

Pink Lemons is an exciting and friendly boutique shop where you can find the perfect blend of fun and creativity in a single outfit. With a sister shop in seaside town Looe, they feature a wide range of clothing, jewellery, accessories, quirky cards and homeware to choose from. Full of colour and a gorgeous open plan space for you to browse at your leisure, this shop is guaranteed to make your time in Fowey that much brighter, no matter what the weather’s doing.


Birdkids is a boutique children’s clothing shop, full of spark and colourful designs. All their items for sale are ethically sourced and lovingly inspired by nature. They also offer toys and gifts for children. With popular clothing brands such as Djeco, Frugi and Meri Meri, this exciting and vibrant boutique shop will never fail to disappoint and will always keep your little ones fabulously dressed.

Dining in The Old Quay House Restaurant

Here’s a delicious dish from head chef Richard Massey that features on our menu at the moment. This serves four people, and is perfect for a special occasion or dinner party…


12 large king scallops
1 cauliflower head
1 pink grapefruit
8 large chicken wings (ask you butcher to trim the wings – you only need the middle part)
100ml oil
100ml double cream


  1. Pre-heat a fan assisted oven to 120ºC. Place the chicken wings in a small, deep oven-proof tray, and pour the oil over. 
  2. Cover the tray with tinfoil and cook in the oven for two to three hours. When cooked, the bone should pull out easily. 
  3. Using a sharp knife, peel the grapefruit and segment it following the white lines. Cut each segment in half. Set these aside for later.
  4. Cut the cauliflower in to small florets. Blanch half of the cauliflower in hot boiling water (just enough to cover the cauliflower) until soft and cooked through. Remove from the water and set aside.
  5. Cook the remainder of the cauliflower in the same water until soft. Take it off the heat and add the cream to the pan. Using a hand-held food processor, blend until smooth and season to taste.
  6. Pre-heat a frying pan with a splash of oil. Place the scallops flat side down in the oil and cook on each side for two minutes.
  7. While the scallops are cooking, season the chicken wings and pan fry in a splash of oil until crispy and golden brown. 
  8. Spoon the puree onto a serving plate in any design you fancy, then arrange the scallops, chicken wings, grapefruit and cauliflower on top.