Historic Fowey, on Cornwall’s spectacular south coast, is an ancient port and one of England’s largest natural harbours, steeped in maritime history. Fowey’s entrancing Esplanade, lined with historic houses, has dramatic views of the busy estuary that has provided shelter for ocean-going ships for centuries.
Fowey Residences, owned by Elizabeth and Nigel Wagstaff, have four luxurious properties on the Esplanade catering for visitors to this beautiful town.
Bishop’s House, built in the early 19th Century, was once the summer residence of the Bishop of Truro. It has recently been meticulously restored by its present owners to provide luxurious, comfortable and spacious bed and breakfast accommodation for
discerning visitors in four magnificent en suite bedrooms with sea views.
Ashley House contains two spacious self catering apartments: Apartment 1 for two people offers luxurious living space and a large double bedded en suite room. Apartment 2, for up to 4 people, offers two double bedrooms, one with a king sized bed and one with two singles. Both bedrooms are en suite. Each apartment can be rented for a minimum 3 day stay.
Aldford House is a comfortable well furnished four bedroom Victorian villa with dramatic views across the estuary to Polruan. Aldford House will accommodate up to 8 people, and is available for weekly rental.
Bishop’s House is an elegant listed early 19th century building occupying an unparalleled position in Fowey overlooking the Estuary.More Information»
Aldford House is a lovely Edwardian property with dramatic Estuary and sea views offers generous and comfortable family accommodation for 6 – 8 people.More Information»