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The Galleon Inn, Fowey - pub details

Galleon Inn

Address: 12 Fore Street, Fowey, Cornwall, PL23 1AQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28861) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Par (3.7 miles)

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The best pub in Fowey and the only one not tied to the Cornish mafia.

Bright and airy inside and of course a cracking estuary view.

We visited on a November weekday so the place was nearly all ours it would be manic in the summer I imagine.

montie49 - 9 Mar 2020 17:30
I agree with Steamer, Sharps are not not the greatest beers.
Again three on this visit, Atlantic, Coaster and Doom. Skinners Lushingtons and a very nice Fowl Play from Cotleigh.
fugglehops - 29 Jul 2018 21:05
Excellent food and Skinners ale. Lots of Sharps beers which don't interest me but the Skinners was excellent. Lovely spot overlooking the estuary. Look to previous comment for how to find it or go to the riverside and turn left and enter through the "back door".
Steamer1 - 25 Oct 2015 23:02
Doesn't look the most inviting place from the street.
Enter pub down a passageway.
Smell of cooked food from the kitchen taints the air.
Seating is a bit on top of each other.

Having said that, you will find, at last, a different choice of beer than in most Cornish pubs.
Vale of Glamorgan's Scorchio, Bay's Devon Dumpling, Cornish Coaster and of course the ubiquitous Doom Bar. All roughly £3 a pint.
Good priced grub at £6.
Worth a try.
fugglehops - 28 Jul 2014 21:11
Large bar which goes through from Fore Street to the harbourside with excellent views across the estuary. It obviously gets very busy in high season but probably has enough room to cater for all!. The light furniture and the many windows made it feel quite light and airy even though you walk down a passageway to get in from the shopping street. Quiet when we were there but still had a reasonable selection of ales on draught - Sharp's Cornish Coaster and Doom Bar as well as Bird's Skull Duggery and another dark ale which I've forgotten the name of. Anyway the quality was fine and the service prompt and efficient. Prices were very good considering that this is a tourist destination.
mcroyal - 16 Nov 2013 14:02

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