The King of Prussia Fowey
3 Town Quay Fowey Cornwall PL23 1AQ
The King of Prussia is a hotel and restaurant housed in one of Fowey’s most prominent 17-century waterfront buildings. The hotel is suspected to be named after John Carter, a smuggler nicknamed “King of Prussia Cove”, who is rumoured to have been in residence in the Inn during the 1780s.
Start with a Continental, Full English, or full English breakfast if you want to begin the day with the King of Prussia. Eclectic lunch and dinner options are also available with a good selection of popular ales.