International Male Voice Choral Festival set to be hosted at the Eden Project
30th April 2015
The Eden Project and its popular Mediterranean biome will come to life with the sounds of some fantastic music as the attraction entertains the Cornwall International Male Voice Choral Festival visits during bank holiday weekend, just a short distance from our Fowey hotel. The Cornwall International Male Voice Choral Festival is a regular event, taking place every two years at venues across the region, with the Eden Project proudly hosting since the event was established back in 2003.
Fowey Festival just over a week away!
28th April 2015
The Fowey Festival of Words and Music 2015 is just over a week away, running from the 9th to the 16th May. The Festival is inspired by the great Daphne du Maurier, who spent a large proportion of her life in Fowey, where she took inspiration from her surroundings to create her great works of literature. Today, the Festival continues to include an essence of du Maurier, but also includes many more aspects from both the literary and musical world.
Cornwall project ensures seafood is delivered to London quickly
23rd April 2015
Cornwall is continuing to cement itself as one of the leading suppliers of fresh and quality seafood, thanks to a new delivery service. The Cornwall Project ensures that fresh fish will get from the fishing boat to the top restaurants in London, in just six hours. After talking with London based chefs and Cornish fishermen, it was established that there was a growing demand for seafood in the capital, and Cornwall could provide it.
New menus available at the Cormorant
22nd April 2015
If you are looking for hotels in Fowey Cornwall where you can also enjoy a fantastic dining experience, you may need look no further than here at the Cormorant! Together with head chef Dane, we have created a few new menus, taking advantage of the great seasonal produce on offer here in Cornwall.
Demolition work starts on Cornish music venue
18th April 2015
A venue that has hosted many famous acts including the Who, Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath has started to be demolished this week. The Cornwall Coliseum, built at Carlyon Bay, a short distance from our hotel in Fowey, was erected in the 1930's, but fell into disrepair during the 1990's. A £250million redevelopment project was granted earlier this year, meaning the Coliseum's time has come to an end.
Eden Project offers deliciously appealing garden courses for all
17th April 2015
If you are visiting boutique hotels in Cornwall and you fancy doing something educational, particularly if you're of the green-fingered persuasion then having the chance to grow your own skills with a fabulous new range of courses at the Eden Project will be right up your garden path.
Clone trees planted in Cornwall
14th April 2015
One hundred saplings taken from one hundred of the world's tallest trees have now been planted in Cornwall, as part of a climate change project between the Eden project and the Archangel Ancient Tree Archive (AATA). One hundred coast redwood clones were planted in Cornwall, just a short distance from Fowey, Cornwall. The parents of these clones being the oldest and largest living things on Earth, and they can be over 350 feet tall and have a lifespan of up to 2,000 years.
Four of the more secluded beaches in Fowey
10th April 2015
With the recent weather having been so beautiful, and with summer only around the corner, many visitors to our hotel may want to visit the beach. We have taken a look at some of the more secluded beaches near Fowey Cornwall, which offer you all the greatness that the beach has to offer, together with some peace and quiet: Polridmouth Cove Polridmouth Cove Beach is set in the sheltered cove just east of Gribben Head.
Fowey Festival of Words and Music announces 2015 programme
8th April 2015
The Fowey Festival of Words and Music has announced their line up for the 2015 festival, which features a fantastic line-up of musician, authors and speakers. The festival will run for a week, from the 9th until the 16th May will kick off with the du Maurier Lecture and Luncheon, which is being hosted this year by Andrew Graham, who is the son of novelist Winston Graham; most famously known for his Poldark works.