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When we arrived we had a very warm welcome with an introduction and hand shake from both Tim and Paula. We were shown to our room which was of a high quality of standard, plenty of room, loads of draws and space. Tim helped us...More
The Well House is an amazing place to stay. We had a pleasure to stay in the Tudor room which was stylised into medieval chamber. The family which runs this place is just wonderful and very helpful. The breakfast was very tasty with very wide...More
Situated in the centre of Fowey The Well House is a Grade II listed building dating back to 1430, and offers a tea room and rear courtyard with a Medieval well. This quaint old building is full of character and the staff are really friendly...More
Characterful B&B in the middle of Fowey. Great location and friendly hosts. A superb spot for exploring this picture-postcard village in Cornwall. If you are driving, make sure you know where to park as the locality is busy. Recommended.
We called in for ice creams and coffee after a kayaking trip. Tim, one of the owners, served us and was very friendly and informative about Fowey. The ice cream was local and delicious, with a variety of flavours, and reasonable prices. The Well House...More
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As other people have said parking is a nightmare! we came across on the ferry as we were staying in Looe, there is a car park as soon as you get off and if you are lucky you can get a space, bit easier now its not high... More
As other people have said parking is a nightmare! we came across on the ferry as we were staying in Looe, there is a car park as soon as you get off and if you are lucky you can get a space, bit easier now its not high season. Or follow signs if you are on the opposite side of the estuary and park in a huge car park but it is a long steep walk down but there is a mini bus that will pick up and take back. Dont be put off because Fowey is worth a visit especially on a sunny warm day