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A well-appointed family-friendly hotel offering contemporary luxury and lovely estuary views, Fowey Hall is a great option for those looking for an active break. Inside, this Grade II-listed property has been tastefully decorated with antique furniture, and grand fireplaces blend in well with modern touches. There's a spa relaxation room, and outside you'll find manicured gardens and a heated swimming pool, while you can reach the beach with a 15-minute stroll (with sailing, swimming, kayaking and canoeing all available).

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The hotel is surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens with breathtaking views of the estuary in the town of Fowey. For family fun, take a leisurely fifteen-minute walk to the nearest beach or enjoy a range of outdoor activities such as kayaking, canoeing, sailing, and swimming. Unwind with a pint of local ale in a traditional riverside pub while watching day boats return with their catch or stroll along the Esplanade.

Fowey offers a delightful selection of boutiques, galleries, and artisanal shops to explore.

By car: Fowey is around 15 minutes off the A390 from the Eden Project via Par. Exeter is an hour and 30 minutes down the A30.

By train: Par station is a 10-minute drive from the hotel and serviced by Great Western Railways to Penzance (1 hr), Plymouth (50 mins), Newquay (52 mins) and Exeter St. David's (1 hr 55 mins). Book trains to Par.

By air: Newquay airport (45-minute drive).

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The magnificent Fowey Hall Hotel boasts a relaxed atmosphere and opulent interiors, featuring stunning vaulted ceilings, wood-panelled public rooms, French furniture and intricate fireplaces. The hotel's Grade II-listed building retains the unique character of a Victorian seaside retreat, effortlessly blending old-school grandeur with laidback modernism.


Indulge in the warmth of a blazing hearth, admire magnificent views of the estuary from the Victorian terrace or meander through the picturesque gardens while receiving exceptional service from the welcoming staff who put you at ease as soon as you enter the doors of Fowey Hall.

  • Restaurant
  • Family-friendly spa
  • Sea-view hot tub
  • Swimming pool
  • Children's menu
  • Crèche
  • Baby listening service
  • Dog-friendly


There's a range of accommodation options, including traditional-style rooms in the main house and contemporary-style rooms in the courtyard. Guests can choose from double rooms, suites, and interconnecting rooms, which are ideal for families.

Room types: Standard, Courtyard and Deluxe Rooms, Family Rooms and Suites

Key amenities: en-suite bathroom with Elemis toiletries, sink-in sofas, separate desk and chairs, TV, complimentary Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The hotel offers two dining rooms, one suitable for families and the other exclusively for adults, where you can opt for classic or à la carte menus featuring seasonal dishes made with the finest native ingredients and seafood landed by Fowey's fishermen. Tuck into pretty jewel-bright plates packed with Cornish-inspired flavours, such as samphire from the local beaches and herbs from the kitchen garden.

Fowey Hall Restaurant: sophisticated fine dining, 2 AA Rosettes, extensive drinks menu, seasonal dishes. Informal lunch, Children's high tea, afternoon tea and breakfast buffet also available. Open all day. Dinner mains £13-£20.

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