Lovely relaxing stay. very well placed for walking into Padstow and not having to worry about parking. Food was very good quality and the overall feel of the hotel very nice. Our bed could have been a bit more comfortable however.
Traveller from Hertfordshire
The Metropole Hotel -known as The Met- is a landmark hotel in Padstow. More often than not, this 4 star hotel is the first …More
Staff friendly and helpful throughout hotel. Room clean. Gorgeous cocktail in the chic bar. Towels lovely and big. Room was small, but clean and comfortable. Eco friendly. Good choice at breakfast with a fabulous view. Bit busy around the small buffet area, and would have liked a bit more coffee, but the view was an excellent distraction. Heard the tv in the room next door and every movement in the room above including a balling child at 5am. It was noisy throughout our stay. Decor in dining area was not my thing, felt cheap, not a fan of plastic chairs. I would recommend this only due to location. A hotel that caters for families and all age groups and perhaps not aimed at people like me 😀
A place I had always wanted to stay in as a child passing by with my parents and again with my own children. Beautiful place to stay and hotel staff very professionally. My only disappointment was being greeted in reception by lots of dogs. As a non dog lover this was not my ideal. I never expected dogs to be a part of my adventure.
Very impressive hotel , only let down by the tiny "pod" bathroom. We are slim but if was extremely difficult to shower or use the loo without falling out into the bedroom! I can't imagine anyone who is a little larger getting in there!
Visited out of season to attend Padstow Christmas Festival. We were made most welcome and found the room very clean. The meals ( two breakfasts and one dinner) sourced locally were excellent and staff were very accommodating of our pick and mix approach to the menu.
Traveller from Dorset
The Harlyn Inn and cottages at Harlyn Bay are just metres away from what is considered to be one of the safest beaches on the …More
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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