Famous old Fowey hotel on the market

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The Marina Villa Hotel in Fowey has been put on the market with a guide price of £2.5 million.

The Grade II listed property, originally built in 1815, was once a seaside retreat for the Bishop of Truro before its conversion to a hotel in the 1950’s. The hotel comprises 17 letting rooms and a Michelin starred Nathan Outlaw restaurant.  

The hotel steps down to the waterfront with direct access to two estuary moorings and lies adjacent to the Royal Yacht Club.  

It is being put on the market by Savills, whose director, Gary Witham, commented: “Marina Villa has been under the same ownership for nine years and in that time it has gained the reputation as one of Fowey’s leading hotels.  Following the decision by its current owner to retire we are seeking a new owner who will invest and maximise the potential of the hotel and restaurant.”