Fowey Hall, Cornwall

Fowey, Cornwall

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The Hotel

For those travelling with family it’s easy to see why Fowey Hall is the perfect choice with the Ofsted Registered ‘Four Bears Den’ crèche. There are activities to keep the little ones entertained all day, year round whilst you make the most of the hotels spa facilities. And if you would like to bring that other very special member of the family with you then Fowey Hall is happy to accommodate for up to two well behaved dogs at a time in the main house for just £10 per night, (although pet owners must note that dogs will not be permitted in the dining areas and they will be required to remain on leads whilst in public areas and the grounds). 

The Spa

Fowey Hall’s 12m pool caters for everyone from serious swimmers (there are adult only swimming times) to toddlers and families. With uninterrupted sea views the Hot Tub gives that extra special touch to a romantic weekend away and with three treatment rooms you can enjoy massages, facials and bespoke treatments during your stay. 

The perfect place for any special occasion, Fowey Hall is a licenced Wedding venue and can cater for up to 120 guests in the Morning Room. The family friendly rooms are perfect for guests and family members with children and the outdoor hot tub is the perfect place to unwind after all the excitement the following day. 

The Bedrooms

With spectacular views of the sailing town of Fowey and the ocean beyond, this impressive family friendly venue in the county of Cornwall with easy access from the A30 sits between St Austel and Looe and boasts 36 rooms which include 12 family suites, 10 interconnecting rooms and Standard or Deluxe Double Rooms. 

The Dining

The Restaurant at Fowey Hall has received two AA rosettes and offers a locally sourced ingredients menu with speciality seafood in a restful oak panelled dining room overlooking the croquet lawn.

The Area

If you like to explore then there is plenty to do in this ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. Fowey (aptly pronounce to rhyme with ‘joy’) is home to the world famous Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, St Catherine’s Castle and has activities for all including Kayaking, Canoeing, Sailing or a spot of shopping & sunbathing before your cream tea!