The Mills’ Family Break at Fowey Hall
The Mills family are big fans of Luxury Family Hotels, having stayed at Moonfleet Manor and Woolley Grange. So, we invited them to experience the newly-refurbished Fowey Hall.
Read all about what they got up to during their family break to the Cornish coast.
Our family break at Fowey Hall
We had such a dreamy few days away at Fowey Hall this summer. The hotel was the inspiration behind Toad Hall in the classic children’s book, The Wind in the Willows, and just like the book, Fowey Hall offers countless adventures and activities to give children a holiday they will never forget!
Part of Luxury Family Hotels, Fowey Hall is not just family-friendly, it has family at its core. They take care of all the little things like sterilising babies' bottles and providing milk just how your child likes it with cookies at bedtime. There's an Ofsted registered den offering a complimentary 90-minute session for every night you stay. This is in addition to little touches like games around every corner and they even do your laundry for you if you want! Not only do kids have a blast but parents can unwind, and relax too. It’s one of our favourite places to stay - we have so many memories here from over the years and look forward to making many more here!
This time, we were excited to see the completed refurbishment and new heated outdoor pool with incredible views overlooking the Fowey estuary plus the sun terrace of dreams - it’s close to the bar…I told you they’ve thought of everything!
We stayed in the beautiful Hoskins, a two-bedroom sea view suite. It has the most stunning views across the Fowey estuary and it’s perfect for larger families, with two bedrooms and two large bathrooms, both with roll-top baths and a little snug/playroom where the kids enjoyed reading and playing games. They’ve also recently partnered with Yoto so the kids felt right at home listening to their favourite audiobooks and chilling out before bedtime.
Whenever we stay with Luxury Family Hotels we actually come home feeling like we’ve had just as much of a holiday as the kids have, and that doesn’t happen often which is why we return again and again.