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What can you say about perfection? Daisythorne sets the standard by which all B&B's will be judged in the future. Sarah the owner, cannot do enough for her guests. The accommodation is immaculate.
Have visited twice now, very local to where we wanted to be, everywhere was in walking distance. Hotel is very basic and could badly do with being updated/redecorated but would still stay again. Good for a budget hotel
the staff were brilliant very friendly and couldn't do enough for you especially Debbie at breakfast and the breakfast is amazing everyday you will not be disappointed the location is ideal as you seem to be in the middle and not to far from anything the room itself was a very good sized family room ...
Lovely b&b, stayed for one night. Bit of an issue with parking but no the fault of the b&b - other guests parking inconsiderately. Room very comfortable and bath very clean. Loved the big bath ❤️ Staff were friendly, especially Lyn, lovely lady. Didn't get a chance to try the continental breakfast. ...
Packed with stunning beaches, first-rate surf spots and lively towns, Cornwall is becoming an increasingly popular choice with those seeking a memorable and affordable holiday in the United Kingdom. Whether you're heading for the tranquil moors or the vibrant streets of Newquay, you can be sure that there will be a broad range of great two star hotels to choose from.
Tucked away in the corner of the country, Cornwall is often thought of as being one of the most peaceful counties in the UK. While the natural beauty and gentler pace of life breeds relaxation around most of Cornwall, there's also plenty on offer for those in search of a little buzz.
Newquay is undoubtedly the liveliest of Cornwall's towns. By day, the plethora of beaches offer surf schools, ideal for getting to grips with the county's favourite pastime. By night, the town houses plenty of great bars and clubs, as well as places to eat. Hotels in Cornwall are typically run by very friendly members of staff. Be sure to speak to your hosts about the best bars and clubs in the town on any given night.
Affordable accommodation is easy to find in Newquay, with the town being particularly popular with younger travellers. From the St. Christopher's Inn to the Breakers Lodge Hostel, there's no shortage of two star hotels, making the ideal base from which to explore the county or town.
Cornwall is a great place for walking, thanks in part to the county's wealth of natural beauty. The far West of Cornwall is a favourite spot with walkers. Not only do the sites of Land's End and Lizard Point offer the chance to stand on the very edge of the country, but the entire region is blessed with stunning and dramatic coastline. In the summer, there are plenty of great swimming spots to help you cool off.
With so many keen walkers passing through West Cornwall, there's an impressive range of inviting and affordable places to stay. Boskednan Farm is a picturesque property set in a rural location, just outside Penzance. Away from all the hustle and bustle of the county's larger towns, the guesthouse makes an easy location for those looking to rack up the miles on foot and take in the gorgeous, natural countryside. Land's End and the Lizard aren't far away.
Cornwall's coastline may be its crowning glory, but there's also plenty to see and do inland. Bodmin Moor is one of the most famous in the country, offering further opportunity for lengthy walks. The Moor is also home to some mysterious and legendary sites, from the Cheesewring to Dozmary Pool.
The rural setting around Bodmin is also home to some excellent two star hotels and guesthouses. Berry Lane Cottage B&B offers visitors an intimate and friendly setting, just outside Boscarne. Those looking for a different vibe can turn to the Lanarth Hotel and Caravan Park, another affordable option in the Bodmin Moor area.