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It was a very comfortable stay with Kimberley & Greg at the Old Chapel. The room was to a very high standard and the breakfasts were extremely tasty. Their knowledge of the area was most helpful. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. If we return to Cornwall we would definitely stay there again.
The Old Chapel B and B£72The Old Chapel B and B£72
This is by far and away one of the most plesant B&B/Hotels I have sayed at in a long time. Recently re-furbished, the decor and standards of finish are pretty amazing, rooms are a good size and the furnishings are of excellent quality. The owner was warm and welcoming when we arrived and spent time ...
Das Farmhaus liegt abseits jeden Verkehrs in einer sehr ruhigen Gegend. Vom Zimmer kann man aufs Meer gucken und weit und breit steht kein Haus. Land´s End ist 5 Milen entfernt und das Farmhaus bietet einen guten Ausgangspunkt für Sightseeing. Absolut zu empfehlen ist ein Besuch des Minack Theatre ...
We stayed at the Rosevine for 4 nights with our two young children. We booked what we thought was a 2 bedroom apartment (described on hotels.com as having a separate room for kids with bunk beds) but in fact it was a studio. The room was big enough but difficult all being open plan. The main bed ...
The Rosevine£132The Rosevine£132
Nice quiet surrounding, very pleasant lady. If you like rural peace and quiet then this will suit you. Swimming pool, spa and sauna on site for guests although didn't use these facilities personally. Choice of breakfast if you order day before.
Cornwall's dramatic natural landscapes are so unique, it's sometimes hard to believe they're in the UK. And yet the county's picturesque fishing villages and bustling market towns couldn't be more British. One thing's for sure - between the incredible natural beauty and laid-back atmosphere, Cornwall's status as one of the country's premier holiday destinations is thoroughly deserved. Such a popular spot to visit, it's no surprise the county is peppered with exquisite luxury hotels.
Located in the far corner of the country, Cornwall is the obvious place to head for anyone seeking some time out from the stresses of day to day life. Home to both the most westerly and southerly points in the country, if there's anything Cornwall can guarantee it's a sense of calm, detachment and perspective.
There's no better way to unwind than to indulge in luxurious spa treatments at a dedicated hotel. Fortunately, many of the county's premier hotels offer an impressive range, typically accompanied by a pool and some fine dining options.
Many of the best luxury hotels in Cornwall are situated in popular towns like Newquay. Newquay's Headland Hotel and Spa is something of a landmark in itself, overlooking probably the county's most famous surf spot, Fistral Bay. The award-winning hotel offers a range of treatments, from reflexology to unique marine treatments. There's also a fully equipped health club and leisure area.
While the north of the county offers some spectacular rugged coastline and a wealth of great surf spots, those heading to Cornwall in search of peace and quiet tend to prefer the south coast.
The Royal Duchy Hotel in Falmouth offers a taste of what visitors can expect from luxury hotels in Cornwall. The hotel provides panoramic views out across the ocean, as well as a range of health and beauty treatments and an exceptional restaurant.
Of course, it's not all about the hotels - the south coast boasts some fine towns, too. Falmouth and St Ives are among the most popular, with plenty of fabulous places to eat and drink in the evenings. Expect small, independent shops selling a variety of local produce.