Don't Miss Out on Our Autumn Offer
19th September 2018
The crowds might be drawn to the south-west in summer, but Cornwall still has plenty to offer visitors in the shorter autumn days. The milder climate Cornwall has provides peaceful days for walking the Cornish coast and countryside, the gardens are blooming with autumn flowers, and there are fewer people at popular attractions.
Delicious Delights to Be Found at The Cormorant Restaurant
13th September 2018
The Cormorant Hotel’s award-winning two-rosette restaurant is one of the best Fowey restaurants, and with stunning views of the River Fowey and delicious Cornish produce to choose from, it is a fantastic choice when looking to dine out in Cornwall.
The Best Walks Around Fowey this Autumn
6th September 2018
Though it feels like summer is still in the air, we are already looking ahead to autumn. The trees will soon begin turning colour, the air will be crisper, hats, scarves and coats will come out of hiding and hot chocolate will be the drink of choice in cafés up and down the country. And the best way to enjoy the change in season is a leisurely walk!
5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Cornwall in September
28th August 2018
The crowds start to go, kids head back to school, but the warm weather continues, making September the ideal time for a last minute weekend break in Cornwall. There is great food to try, gardens and historic attractions to visit, and miles of walks to try when staying at our hotel in Fowey.
Exploring Cornwall's World Heritage Mining Landscape
22nd August 2018
Much of Cornwall’s landscape was transformed throughout the 18th and 19th centuries due to the pioneering copper and tin mining. The mines, engine houses, foundries, towns and ports which developed from the mining had a huge effect on the south-western county, and what remains show the contribution Cornwall and West Devon made to Britain’s Industrial Revolution.