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A famous old coaching inn on West Cornwall's beautiful Atlantic coast. Under new ownership since April 2006 and now restored to former glories. Simply decorated rooms, lunch and supper from the freshest of Cornish ingredients, outstanding views to the Atlantic and the neghbouring...
We stayed for one night on the inclusive Bed, breakfast and dinner rate. The staff were all excellent, the service high quality and discreet, the room was lovely and the food was stunning. We walked a few of the numerous walks around the hotel. This...More
We saw the menu outside saying “Children’s menu” “chips” amongst others. We got all our stuff set up at a table outside, went in to order and were told they don’t do chips despite it being on the board outside. Might sound petty but we...More
We had a lovely two night stay here as part of our tour of Cornwall. Our room was pleasant if a bit lacking in storage space. Lovely bathroom.
Nice view of cows in the morning going to milking.
Very good ethos regarding environment & waste....More
We stayed here for one night, arriving after walking from St Ives to Zennor, a very hard walk. It was just wonderful - the room was fairly basic but had everything we needed, and lovely views. Nice to get the milk in a proper bottle...More
Had lunch here on a lovely sunny day. We hadn’t booked but they found us a table quickly. We had the 2 course set menu which was £19.50 per person - could have had 3 courses for £22 but were too full as we added...More
Response from eatdrinksleep | Property representative |
Yes, we do have a children's menu, although not for Sunday lunch when we just offer smaller portion sizes of the grown ups' Sunday lunch. Absolutely happy to have children here and it's a rare lunch or supper (in school... More
Yes, we do have a children's menu, although not for Sunday lunch when we just offer smaller portion sizes of the grown ups' Sunday lunch. Absolutely happy to have children here and it's a rare lunch or supper (in school holidays of at weekends) when we don't see them.