Very short stay and unable to make full use of the various hotel facilities but this is clearly a well run, well established, hotel which has had a good face lift and now sits proudly on the coast above a wonderful beach in a celebrated walking/surfing/golfing paradise.
My husband and i booked this hotel for our wedding anniversary, the room was clean, very large with balcony doors to a fantastic view. lovely staff, didn't use pool due to our late arrival, breakfast was fantastic with great service. loved the look and feel of the hotel, went into town for the evening so didn't eat in hotel, remember to add £5 to your total price for parking!!! We will be booking again, had a fantastic time!
This Victorian hotel occupies a cliff-top location affording views across Newquay Bay and is located 200 metres from the main …More
We weren't sure what to expect. So many old Manor houses have been neglected and turned into hotels that in most respects don't meet the required standard. This can't be said about Trenython. All the original features of the house have been beautifully maintained and from the moment we walked through the huge doors to the reception area we thought we were in a five star hotel.
We had a standard room on the third floor that was large and spacious, well furnished and equipped. The bed was huge and the bathroom was large, modern and very clean. There wasn't much of view from our room as there was scaffolding outside due to maintenance work being carried out on the top walls. The only minor drawback was that the room was quite hot at all times of the day and night and given that the daytime ambient temperature was 16-18 it could be quite uncomfortable in mid summer with higher temperatures. The lower floor probably would have been cooler and may be a better choice in in the hotter months. We were here in early June
The dining room is a magnificent setting with its floor to ceiling panelled walls and whilst we didn't eat here in the evenings, the buffet style breakfast was excellent.
The staff were polite and efficient without being overbearing - just right.
The hotel is located within twenty four acres of woodland and landscaped gardens looking out towards Par beach.
A lovely find - we shall be back.
Little boutique hotel slap bang on the slipway of the tiny bay with gorgeous view from the bar/restaurant. Attentive staff, excellent food both for breakfast and dinner. Cosy yet light and airy, contemporary feel without losing touch of the fact that's it is in a tiny fishing village. Bedroom was very comfortable, king size bed, flat panel TV with sky, fridge and kettle. Full size bath tub that filled in about 30 seconds - spectacular! Our room (superior standard, room 6) was in an adjacent building, just feet from the main hotel across the car park and the window looks out over a little communal terrace, sadly with no water view. Everybody going to the main entrance of this annex walked past our window, so the blinds had to stay closed. Currently, apart from that little terrace which overlooks the car park and up the hill, there is no other exterior seating because the February 2014 storm damage has not been repaired/rebuilt so the terrace adjacent to the restaurant is closed. Probably not the most child friendly hotel, it's a tiny village and there's no beach just a slip way down to the little harbor, with a bit of sand that appears at low tide. Basically, this is an adult bolt hole. Given the glass of Tattinger the bar offered and the local brew for my husband, we were pretty chilled here! The hotel is the sort of place you want to curl up with a book and listen to the waves. Or get outdoors and hit the stunning coast path. We did a little of both!
Stayed just one night. Staff friendly, spa excellent. Had a great meal in the restaurant. Just 5 min walk down to a beautiful beach. Rooms clean and comfortable, although not large. Highly recommended.
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