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PLACES TO EAT - from fine dining to relaxed bistros, pubs and quirky cafes, Fowey has them all. Some of our favourites include:
Occupying one of the prime sites in Cornwall, The Galleon is a bright, spacious and immaculately appointed riverside village pub is perfectly situated with its own river frontage, affording leafy views of the river Fowey estuary, far bank, and passing ships and yachts creating a wealth of interest for those with time to browse.
Roguish piracy has always been the unspoken code of conduct here at Sam’s and the twelfth century merchants’ house that comprises the original (mother) restaurant echoes the sentiments of those who were and are now found inside.
While we as a company foster the individual personalities of our restaurants, Fowey’s atmosphere is the template that sets the benchmark for all to see and revel in. You are welcomed at the door and encouraged to enjoy the relaxed ambience and skillfully engineered service and before you know it, you’re back again for more the very next day!
Adorned with the kitsch green and pink colour scheme that has since become so widely associated with Sam’s adventures across the county, the walls tell their own story of his musical appreciation and love of punk rock – The Punk Rock Pirates of Fowey, you might say!
The King of Prussia is situated on Town Quay in the heart of Fowey, with beautiful views of the estuary from the bar area and all of the 6 bedrooms. The hotel is proud of its 4 star rating, awarded after extensive refurbishment of all 6 rooms.
Our hotel is built on the site of a much older house, which dates from the late 17th Century. Thought to be named after the smuggler and privateer John Carter, who was nicknamed the King of Prussia. The building still contains much of its old character, whilst also offering modern and stylish accommodation.
Havener’s holds prime position on the Fowey quayside and is just the place if you love freshly cooked food and drink as you soak in the Cornish seascape.
Head chef Max Savage and team have sourced fresh local fish and food to create a delicious and very interesting menu for Havener’s informal, modern settings that enjoys one of the best waterside locations in the region. Upstairs you will find smart new bedrooms decorated in cool coastal colours with super comfy beds and crisp white linen. We also have a lovely 2 bedroom self-catering apartment, just the thing for family holidays by the sea.
At CLC Trenython Manor food and drink is served throughout the day until 9pm, so whatever it is you want and whenever you want it, we are there to satisfy your appetite.
Lunches can be taken in our bar or on the terrace, where you’re accompanied by ever-changing views over St Austell while you savour a selection of salads, sandwiches and homemade soup. And don’t forget the traditional Cornish cream teas with homemade scones!
Dinner is served in our restaurant, with daily changing menus ensuring a selection of mouth-watering dishes available on an à la carte basis.
We do elders, we do children, we do dogs, we don't do grumpys’s!
Quirky, eclectic cafe serving a variety of dishes. Breakfast- try our creamy scrambled eggs or mushrooms and halloumi on toast or maybe just a light bite of some crumpets and local jam. Lunches – feeling hungry why not try our beans on toast with cheese and bacon, or a tasty meat platter or our very popular homemade vegi platter, but don't worry you don't have to be a vegetarian to enjoy this.
Traditional coffee and other hot drinks, smoothies, milkshakes, home-made cakes and an unfathomably large selection of ice-creams to take away as well as traditional sweeties, Cornish fudge and chocolates.