Did you know... Daphne Du Maurier lived in Fowey and wrote much of her work there.

Found on Cornwall’s picturesque south coast, Fowey’s three large, sandy beaches, local history and many attractions make it an ideal spot for the whole family. Fowey’s charming river and nostalgic town make it easy to see why the area is rumoured to be the inspiration behind the Wind in the Willows stories.

 

The Mevagissey Ferry

The Fowey to Mevagissey passenger ferry is a Mevagissey family attraction in its own right, and the service runs between May and October. The journey takes just over half an hour, and one of the highlights is a view of the Lost Gardens of Heligan from the water! Those who keep their eyes peeled may also catch sight of George...

Sam's Bistro and Lounge

Sam’s is one of those bistros that has a feeling of enjoyment and fun as soon as you walk through the door, and if you fancy sampling local produce during a holiday in Fowey then it’s a real favourite. Housed in a former merchant’s house that dates back to 1380, the restaurant includes an exposed original stone wall, so if...
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