King of Prussia

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3 Town Quay
PL23 1AT

King of Prussia, Fowey

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Centrally located in the picturesque historical harbour side village of Fowey. With stunning river views. The King of Prussia is situated on Town Quay in the heart of Fowey with beautiful views of the estuary from the bar area and all of the 6 bedrooms.

The hotel is proud of its 4 star rating awarded after extensive refurbishment of all 6 rooms. Our hotel is built on the site of a much older house which dates from the late 17th Century. Thought to be named after the smuggler and privateer John Carter who was nicknamed the King of Prussia.

The building still contains much of its old character whilst also offering modern and stylish accommodation. A warm welcome awaits you at the King of Prussia in Fowey from the present tenants Reg & Carol Tambling and their team Here you can enjoy good food and fine real ales whilst enjoying the views. All of our rooms overlook the harbour and offer fantastic views of the Estuary

 4 star rating

From: £110.00

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