The King of Prussia // Fowey

King of Prussia
King of Prussia

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 Irish 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.

The menu is jam-packed with tapas, sharing platters, fresh seafood, burgers, a selection of meats and carefully constructed vegetarian options. Finally, if you want to finish off your experience at King of Prussia with something sweet, try the chocolate torte, sticky toffee pudding, or traditional Cornish ice creams.

Set in the heart of this historic harbour town, diners can meander up from the shore to enjoy the restaurant and bar with stunning views of the river out front.