Fowey Hall Hotel
Kenneth Grahame was a frequent visitor to this clifftop Victorian mansion overlooking the quintessential Cornish fishing village of Fowey, and it’s said to have inspired Toad Hall when he later wrote Wind in the Willows. “Finest house on the whole river!” cries Toad. Swap river for estuary and it’s certainly a fit. Our coastal manor is perched just above the estuary, with everything you could need for a family holiday on-site: a restaurant serving seasonal Cornish cuisine, a complimentary Ofsted-registered crèche, a family-friendly spa and plenty of places for children to play. Welcome to family holiday heaven.
Grab crab lines and wellies and run down to the beach. Walk winding ancient lanes in search of secret shops. Take to the coast, explore the coastal path, or sink into the outside hot tub overlooking the estuary. Whether you’re looking for rest and relaxation, or excitement and adventure, you’ll find them all in Fowey.
Cornwall Multi-Entry Multi-Directional Visitors Guide © Simon Newbound