Delightful, quirky hotel with a nice lounge / bar and restaurant. Our room was towards the rear so road noise wasn’t a problem. Nicely furnished with a great shower in the en-suite. We stayed two nights and ate in the restaurant for both breakfasts and both dinners. Staff were attentive without being ‘in your face’ or too obsequious. All in all we found it good value and enjoyed our stay.
Went for the first time last night. Was our 38th wedding anniversary and wanted something ‘Special’ and did we get it. Warm welcome from front of house. Sat for a drink and perused the menu, placed our order, very attentive but not ott. The place was very very clean with tables beautifully laid, we had a great table. Unusually we had 3-courses and the food was sublime and tailored with great service it was a brilliant night…If I had one critism the choice of coffee needs to be looked at, it was very bitter. What a great night with thx to you all for making it brilliant.
As part pf our honeymoon and staycation we booked for one night here.....and it wasn't worth over £300 for our room! It was a room with an ensuite! It was bland. No fridge. No bathrobes. No frills whatsoever. It is only by reading the hotel info on the tablet in room did we discover there is a pool ..... where?????? No-one mentioned it or the salon next door but one. Strange? It isn't worth mentioning it is your HM either as unlike other establishments you don't get anything not even petals on bed or Swan shape towels. Our stay the previous evening we received 2 bottles of champagne! Dinner was not a relaxing affair. I HATE deciding my food or reading my menu until I reach my table.....anything before that and the reason we went into the bar earlier was to have a couple of relaxing drinks! We were then advised we don't get up for drinks but will be 'looked after' which we weren't, we had to call a waitress over who was more intent on taking our food order but not our wine choice! Finally (for them) we were seated I ordered the Scallops or at least I think I did.... I couldn't see them! My husband faired better with the Ham Hock. Mains he was also happy with his surf n turf I struggled however to find my fish in the pie..... Sleep was not comfortable. Too hot in the room. Pillow like a breezeblock and goodness knows who or what was above us..... but they banged around until midnight and started again at 7am. Breakfast was a confused affair in that we ordered our breakfast which arrived bit no one had pointed out where the toast and jans were which this time was self service.....to be fair the matradee did do our toast for us and the breakfast was lovely but sadly I did not have a relaxing time here and we have no reason to ever return.…
Just had a very enjoyable overnight stay at The Gannett Inn, although I'm not sure why they take a £50 pre-authorisation at check-in? The room was a great size and the only negative was the temperature in the bathroom which was very hot as the towel rail was on maximum and couldn't be adjusted. The restaurant was very good - great food (both evening and at breakfast), ambiance and attentive service.
A short break of two nights - our first for many months. From start to finish everything was good. A pleasant welcome at reception, and a comfortable clean room. All staff wore masks which was good, and although guests were asked to wear masks when moving about in the hotel, it was disappointing that some didn’t. All the staff were friendly and welcoming, and the food in the restaurant was excellent. For anyone wanting to walk to the beach or St. Ives, it is a bit of a hike down to sea level, so you definitely need to be fairly fit to do that. As part of the Carbis Bay Hotel Group, standards are high throughout. Would I recommend- certainly.