It’s worth an overnight stay in Hull if only to walk the splendid old-town streets and visit the art gallery. Our hotel, a Premier Inn, is quite basic, as you would expect, but it’s just fine. It’s on the edge of a trading estate so no great views, but it’s just a minute’s walk from the old-town.
I’m a little disappointed with my Fowey pictures. I took too few of the town itself and of the winding streets and alleys. Fowey is a lovely, small Cornish town at the bottom of a steep hill. The shops, pubs and cafes are wrapped around the winding, narrow roads. There is a small bookshop, selling antiquarian and local books but also some general novels. Fowey is small – but just the right size!
Our holiday cottage was a barely 5 minutes walk to the town, though it took a little longer on the way back up the steep hill. The many views from Fowey are of across the estuary to the small town of Polruan.
We had a fabulous 5 nights in Fowey. It was warm and sunny /cloudy apart from one day when it drizzled all day.
Fowey getting dark
Fowey and across to Polruan
Where is Fowey?