The outside of this hotel is old fashioned but don't let that put you off. Once inside the modern contemporary decor dispels any preconceptions. The reception staff were welcoming and gave us all required info. The family room we had for 2 of us was wonderfully spacious. The fridge even had a pint of milk in it. Yes real chilled semi-skimmed milk. What a wonderful simple touch. The bathroom had shelves & spaces to put toiletries - such a luxury! The bed was wonderfully comfy & the dressing table was in front of a mirror, with a chair & a power point. So many hotels miss out on these simple but necessary requirements. The breakfast was fantastic - with the dining area being separated for families & people without children. Only slight criticism - the breakfast could have been a tad hotter. Evening meal was great aswell. The pool areas were also separated so no need to be disturbed by other peoples children having fun.
A nice hotel close to shops at harbour. Facilities not of 4 star standard and rooms are very small. Staff are friendly and helpful. Food was good and English breakfast keeps you going for the day. Based on other B & B's we had stayed in we don't consider this good value for money - we've been spending approx £70-80 per night in really lovely places.
Expectations for the hotel were high but was a bit disappointed not to be accomodated a bit more with check in time (we arrived at 1pm, after roughly 12 hours of travelling. Check-in 2pm ) but they also had a wedding party in which took priority. Nice hotel, clean and comfortable room but lacking a few little touches that would have made it stand out. Lady on reception in the morning was very friendly and helpful. The walk into town is lovely on a good day but at least 30 mins.
Had no expectations, and was completely awed driving up to the hotel's entrance. Could see the Tintagel ruins from the room; it was indescribable in the moonlight. The coastal path was right beside the hotel. Extended our stay because we were enjoying it so much. Must go back - and soon.
The county’s most rugged scenery and best beaches - Porthtowan, St Agnes, Perranporth, Polzeath, Newquay - are to be found here along with world-class surfing at Newquay. The latter is the most commercialised resort, with family attractions and a throbbing nightlife. The pretty fishing village of Padstow is the fashionable foodie capital of the region, while the spectacular Tintagel Castle ruins wrap themselves in the legend of King Arthur.
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