AND CONTACTING US
Contacting us & getting here
For any questions or general enquiries you can contact our hotel by phone or email.
If travelling from the Tamar Bridge Plymouth follow the A38 eventually bypassing Liskeard and Dobwalls. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A390 to St Austell. Drive through
Lostwithiel and up the hill, after approximately 1 mile, turn left onto the B3269 to Fowey.
If travelling from Exeter M5 leave at junction 31 onto the A30 to Bodmin. At Bodmin take the A389 through the town and pick up the B3269 to Fowey.
If you are using Satellite Navigation please change your settings to ‘Avoid ferries’ otherwise you will be directed over the Bodinnick Ferry and through smaller B roads. Also some Sat Nav systems will take you to another small town across the River called Polruan so please ensure that you enter Fowey and the name of the hotel into your system. We are recorded under ‘Places of Interest’ (POI’s) within the hotels section.
Parking & Directions
From the mini roundabout on the outskirts of town, follow the A3082 signed Fowey. At the second mini roundabout, take the first exit, and then the first exit at the third mini roundabout. Follow the road downhill until reaching a right-hand bend signposted Fowey and Main Car Park. Turn left at the bend to go down Lostwithiel Street. Follow the road into town past the church and along Fore Street. The Old Quay House is on the right.
The hotel does not have its own car park but we can offer a solution for you to park with ease at The Old Station Yard Car Park which is about 800 yards further on from the hotel. The cost of this car park is £6.30 per night or there are alternative car parks available. We cannot guarantee a space as this is operated by an external company and is on a first come first serve basis.
We recommend that you drive into the centre of town, stopping outside of the hotel to drop off your bags (you are able to stop outside the hotel for up to 5 minutes and hold traffic) to register your car at Reception before proceeding to the car park.