The Ship Inn
“Very old inn situated in Fowey's narrow streets” - AA Inspector
One of Fowey's oldest buildings, the Ship was built in 1570 by John Rashleigh, who sailed to the Americas with Walter Raleigh. Given Fowey's riverside position, assume a good choice of fish, including River Fowey mussels as a starter or main; and grilled sardines in garlic. Other options include Mr Kittow’s pork sausages and mash; spinach, asparagus and wild mushroom risotto. St Austell ales, real fires and a long tradition of genial hospitality add the final touches.
- Children welcome
- Children's portions
- Free Wifi
- Coach parties accepted
- Open all year
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