Discover Facts About Fowey

The small seaside and harbour town of Fowey on the south coast of Cornwall is a great tourist destination for people who want to see a part of the county that is relatively unspoiled. The deep water harbour is excellent for sailing fans, the medieval, Georgian, Edwardian and Victorian buildings around the town bring to life a long and interesting history. The town is also in part of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so the surrounding coast and river are perfect for exploring.

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Outstanding Natural Beauty on Cornwall’s Coast

To anyone who visits Cornwall, they can understand why several places are officially Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). An AONB is given to areas of countryside that have been designated for conservation due to its significant landscape value. There are a total of 12 within the borders of Cornwall and we are taking a look at four located on the Cornish coast below:

Rame Head AONB in Cornwall

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Valentine’s Day in Cornwall

Valentine’s Day is looming, and you may be trying to find something extra special to do with your partner, but have no fear, we have you covered! The Cormorant Hotel is offering a special dinner and break for Valentine’s Day. Share a blissful time with your loved one, indulging in food and wine in the peaceful setting of our hotel overlooking the River Fowey.

Heart on the beach near Fowey

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The Ultimate Cornwall Bucket List

In the south-westerly tip of England, Cornwall is a holiday delight, with great beaches, great food and great weather. There is so much to do here, it is hard to tick everything off in one holiday and leave time to relax, so we think the best way to see the top attractions of the county is to make several trips and stay at our boutique Fowey accommodation!

St Michael’s Mount in Cornwall

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Discover Cornwall’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

The Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is made up of 12 separate geographical areas, covering approximately 27% of the county. The AONB contains some of Britain’s final coastal scenery, including Land’s End and the Lizard peninsula. Visit our boutique hotel in Cornwall and explore some of the AONB near The Cormorant.

Fowey Estuary, part of Cornwall AONB

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Why Visit Cornwall in 2018

It is not difficult to fall in love Cornwall, and your visit in 2018 could lead to a passion that lasts a lifetime! But what is it about the far-flung south-west corner of England that brings people back time and again? The dramatic coastline, quirky villages, turquoise waters, sandy beaches and delicious gourmet food are just some of the reasons why this year should be the year to visit Cornwall and Fowey if you haven’t before!

St Ives in Cornwall, one reason to visit Cornwall

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The Perfect Restaurant For Your New Year’s Eve Dinner

New Year’s Eve is a magical time; reminiscing over the past year, getting excited for the times to come, making resolutions and sending good wishes to family and friends. For couples who want to do something extra special on New Year’s Eve, The Cormorant Hotel has just the event for you; a seven-course gala dinner and Murder Mystery party!The Cormorant on New Year’s Eve

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Spectacular New Year’s Eve Offer from The Cormorant

New Year’s Eve is always a magical time; seeing in a New Year, getting excited for the events to come, making promises for the coming year and clinking glasses and sending good wishes out to your loved ones. At The Cormorant Hotel, we love to incorporate everything that is special about celebrating the New Year into one wonderful evening. Join us in Fowey, Cornwall for an evening of delicious food, laughter and mystery!

Clock counting down to midnight on New Year’s Eve

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