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Large hotel which is in need of serious refurbishment. Rooms are tired looking, stairs carpets patched up and an enormous restaurant which gives it a slightly un atmospheric feel. Breakfast was on the side of OK...just. But staff were very friendly and helpful and that counts for a lot. The bedrooms ...
Stayed for one night with 2 children. This is a family friendly hotel so the children love it. If you are looking for a quiet weekend then maybe this ones not for you. There was an event on and music playing until fairly late but wasn’t too bad. The staff were the highlight and we were very well ...
Breath taking sea view from the superior sea view rooms and dining area. Beautiful gardens. Not much to do in the area, quite secluded. Hotel needs some TLC - Some areas very run down and needs a lick of paint. Swimming pool and spa area very small and needs modernising. Dining areas are fantastic. ...
Perfect for our needs. Our room was rather small, but we knew it was going to be! We chose room only, but we had breakfast a couple of times in the cafe by the pool, and it was fine. The pool was great too, bit of a slog to get there, but worth it. Very unusual hotel,, lots of little secret places, ...
Our first night was disrupted by what turned out to be a loose gutter rattling in the strong winds. Staff were happy for us to change rooms. However the shower was pathetic in 108. Cooked Breakfast was very good and bar/ food was excellent. Great location with parking outside and very close to ...
Just a one nighter for my family at a fantastically good value rate that included breakfast. Rooms were fine, staff all nice and friendly, with "no problem" sort of answers to questions. Lovely beer. nice breakfast, a few friendly locals. sort of what you want eh? Tried all four pubs over the course ...
Excellent apartment within a lovely country club with fantastic facilities. The only downside was the sound of an extractor fan from the kitchen all night. However I would not be heard from other apartments in the complex I would imagine only the 4 adjacent to the kitchen.
Offering up a unique medley of quaint villages, dramatic coastlines and popular family attractions, Cornwall is an ideal location for an affordable and memorable United Kingdom break. In summer, the county offers jewel-tone waters and pristine beaches. In winter, guests can expect enchanting landscapes, spectacular fresh food and a welcoming atmosphere. Add some excellent three star hotels into the mix and it's easy to understand why Cornwall is considered one of the UK's premier holiday destinations all year round.
Across Cornwall, the ocean plays a dominant role in the local culture. While in the north of the county surfboards are the vehicle of choice, boats are more popular in the south.
Falmouth is one of the county's most popular towns among holidaymakers. Built around a port, the town also epitomises the county's maritime identity. Visitors can enjoy an evening stroll around the harbour. During the day, the National Maritime Museum offers up a fascinating way to spend an afternoon, and if you get a little peckish or thirsty then the town is also home to some fabulous bars and restaurants.
There's no shortage of three star hotels in Falmouth. The Falmouth Hotel is a grand, historic building in the heart of the town which offers a luxurious interior with affordable rates. As well as an on-site restaurant, the hotel also boasts an indoor swimming pool. Elsewhere in Falmouth, the Park View Townhouse offers an intimate setting complete with a sunny terrace and free breakfast.
The coastline in the north of Cornwall is equally spectacular, but tranquillity is traded in for wild, rugged charm. The north coast is well known to offer some of the country's best surf spots, but the region is also popular with walkers and families looking for some quality time together.
The centre of all the action on the North Coast of Cornwall is Newquay. The lively town plays host to a wide selection of bars and clubs, offering the best nightlife in the South-West. There's also a surprising array of beaches, all offering great surf and a variety of water sports centres, offering lessons for those who have yet to try their hand at riding Cornwall's waves.
Newquay is also home to some of the best hotels in Cornwall, straddling all price ranges. Hotel Victoria boasts spectacular sea views, as well as a large conference space and fitness centre, making it great for both leisure and business visitors. The Great Western Hotel also benefits from a seafront location, and has the facilities to cater for weddings and corporate events.
While the natural beauty of this south-western county is enough to lure in a great many visitors each year, there are plenty of man-made attractions as well. For kids, Cornwall's Crealy Adventure Park is an excellent place to spend a day, with a huge selection of activities from water parks and slides to an impressive zoo.