Fowey Accommodation & Hotels
A selection of hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs in the area which are recommended by the HarbourGuides.com team.
The Fowey hotel is one of Cornwall's finest luxury hotels. The Foweys beautiful and elegant accommodation is the perfect place to relax, sit back and be pampered. Each of The Fowey Hotel's 37 bedrooms has been individually furnished with the emphasis being on comfort and style.
The Premier rooms are the most luxurious of bedrooms, offering spacious comfort with either 4-poster or king size double beds all offering spectacular views of Cornwall landscapes and the Fowey River.
These rooms offer luxurious bathrooms, hospitality tray, remote control colour TV, radio, hairdryer, direct dial phone and data port as standard plus thoughtful extras such as soft, towelling robes and mineral water. One room, known as the Honeymoon Suite offers the most exceptional view of Fowey from its own private roof terrace.
The Select rooms offer some of the finest views of the Fowey estuary and are equipped with all standard requirements listed above to provide for a comfortable stay.
Standard rooms, offering sea or inland views, are attractively furnished with en suite bath and/or shower and equipped with all standard requirements.
The Fowey Hotel has to be one of the finest and most beautiful places to stay in Cornwall.
"Luxury Cornish holiday cottages in picturesque Fowey.
For some of the finest holiday cottages in Cornwall, Estuary Cottages offers a wide range of Cornish holiday homes in Fowey and South East Cornwall. We have many dog friendly cottages, cottages with sea views and a significant and growing number with a broadband connection."
Evonne and John warmly welcome you to the Fowey Marine Guest House, which is RAC registered (4 diamonds); in the heart of the beautiful and historic Cornish town and harbour of Fowey. The guesthouse is very close to the centre of Fowey and is opposite a large car park (hence ample 'off-road' parking) from where you can catch the ferry to Bodinnick. The town itself clings to the hill side; is full of character with its narrow streets waiting to be explored; is virtually pedestrian only and has many fine restaurants, bars, inns, numerous shops (a delicatessen) and harbour attractions There are also many towns and coastal villages in easy reach for a relaxing meal or vista.
A warm Cornish welcome awaits you at the Safe Harbour.
This 19th Century old coaching inn, formerly the Commercial Hotel is one of the few inns with a traditional lounge bar and public bar. Awarded Cask Marque status for our St Austell Brewery ales and gaining a reputation for quality food and service throughout the Hotel, Restaurant and Bars.
Set above the historic and beautiful town of Fowey, with enviable views overlooking the Church and River, we are fortunate to have 8 bedrooms and our own onsite car park which is unique in Fowey.
Since being invited by St Austell Brewery to come back into the fold and take over the Safe Harbour, following the success of Revival, Charlestown Harbour, we have endeavoured to improve facilities whilst respecting the character and history of the building and its traditions.
We have 7 guest rooms and a Self Catering Appartment available, all have en-suite facilities.
Room 1 Double with River Views
Room 2 Double with River Views
Room 3 Double and Single
Room 4 Double with Bath
Room 5 Double with River Views and Bath
Room 6 Single
Room 7 Single
Self contained appartment with River Views. One double bedroom and sofa bed in lounge.
All guests benefit from on-site parking to the rear of the hotel with secure storage for bikes etc available on request.
We look forward to welcoming customers old and new.
Fowey, pronounced Foy to rhyme with Joy! Situated on the south coast of Cornwall between Looe and Mevagissey, Fowey is not only an historic town but also a commercial seaport. Over the centuries Fowey has grown and now stretches for about a mile along the west bank of the River Fowey to the mouth of the river. Situated on the opposite bank, also at the mouth of the river, is the village of Polruan. A regular passenger ferry connects the two and further up river a car ferry runs from Fowey to Bodinnick on the other side of the river.
Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Fowey has much to offer with something for everyone. A natural harbour, it is a haven for yachtsmen and we have had as many as 7,000 visiting yachts in a season. Fowey is an exporting port for china clay and as such you may see the ships making their way in and out of the harbour. Over the last few years Fowey has been a popular destination for several cruise liners, whose passengers are able to enjoy the delights of the town. What a sight to see these enormous ships come through the narrow harbour entrance, turn in the middle of the river and be pulled upstream to their mooring, the commercial jetties are concealed by a natural bend in the river.