Rich in history

WITH A MODERN TWIST

The Hotel

The picturesque town of Fowey is rich in heritage, and has sat at the centre of some of history’s great events. The Old Quay House is not short on history either. The seafront building was built in 1883, as the town’s harbour began to expand during the industrial revolution, and was originally designed as a sailors rest. For 60 years it sheltered fishermen and voyagers returning from the sea, until the building was converted into a Bed & Breakfast. From the mid 20th century, The Old Quay House remained as a B&B until it was given a much needed refurbishment and extension in 2004 to become the award-winning hotel and restaurant it is today.

Browse through our photo gallery to view the surroundings, interior, rooms and restaurant.