Friday, 27 March 2015

Seafront Cornwall Break at Fowey Estuary with Dining and Prosecco - The Old Quay House Hotel




Tucked away in the peaceful Cornish town of Fowey, The Old Quay House Hotel is a whitewashed, Victorian, welcoming breath of sea air. Wind your way along narrow streets, past little cafes, galleries and pubs nestled along the estuary, and discover the perfect seafront hideaway, a singular boutique hotel where all the extra touches help ensure your Cornwall holiday is perfect. Watch boats gliding across the glimmering estuary, enjoy a good night’s sleep in a large, comfy bed surrounded by modern d├ęcor, and tuck into locally-plucked oysters and Cornish cheeses in the hotel's contemporary restaurant. Stay for one or two nights and relish a delicious meal with Prosecco, and breakfasts sure to impress for a Cornwall getaway that you’ll always treasure.
What You Get
  • For £159 (worth up £284) enjoy an overnight break for two people with a three-course meal, mini-bottle of Prosecco, and breakfast (March and April)
  • For £169 (worth up to £284) enjoy an overnight break for two people with a three-course meal, mini-bottle of Prosecco, and breakfast (May and June)
  • For £279 (worth up to £474) enjoy a two-night break for two people with a three-course meal and mini-bottle of Prosecco on your first night, and breakfast each morning (March and April)
  • For £299 (worth up to £474) enjoy a two-night break for two people with a three-course meal and mini-bottle of Prosecco on your first night, and breakfast each morning (May and June)
  • Savour scrumptious meals at the hotel’s esteemed restaurant made from fresh, local ingredients – click here to see the menu
Things to Do
  • Enjoy the wonderful beaches in one of the UK’s favourite holiday destinations, including Readymoney Beach cove just to the south of Fowey
  • Discover the many fun water-based activities available in the beautiful Fowey Estuary, including boat trips, kayaking, fishing and windsurfing
  • Explore the incredible ecosystems beneath bio-domes at the Eden Project