Stayed here some time ago now and would love to come again. Secluded and lovely inside, this hotel offers easy access to the lovely cove just down the road. A real find and well worth the trip. Beautiful and interesting rooms.
We stayed in room 1, we had a comfy 4 poster bed, gorgeous tea/coffee/shortbread bits, fantastic bath, with an even better shower. The breakfasts really were awesome, as we're the staff, some of the bits could do with a bit of maintainence such as the towel mat if I'm going to be picky, but would definitely recommend. St Agnes is a really lovely little spot with fantastic coastal walks and the aramay is in a fantastic location in st Agnes. Well worth a visit.
We stayed in Room 5, which was luxuriously appointed. A very comfortable bed and deep bath with plenty of hot water and top notch toiletries - it was wonderful to come back from a walk and enjoy a soak whilst the coffee brewed in your own cafetiere. Yes, the rooms are small as others have said and someone large might have difficulty moving around in the bathroom. Breakfast from 8.30 to 11 is freshly cooked to order with lovely coffee made to your choice and juices although I was surprised that fruit was not offered in addition to a cooked breakfast. I think because of the price (£125 per night), expectations of Aramay are high. A few minor issues... the slippers that Aramay's website says are provided in every room were not in evidence while the veggie sausages were burnt on each morning. I think the latter might be due to the fact that Aramay at breakfast time is often staffed by youngsters who sleep in and appear to have jjust woken up. This marks a departure from the traditional couple-run or family-run B&B. The location is great and we definitely return. We had been eyeing Room 1 for our return trip however, are unsure whether to book this is it smells musty.…
We stayed two nights in Room 1. We loved The Aramay and would definitely recommend that people stay there. However the room smelt very musty. Okay the weather has been bad but you don't expect a room to smell musty in July.
We stayed for two nights in July in room 1. The room was spotless, the bed very comfortable, staff very welcoming and helpful and the breakfast very good. The location is also pefect as there are several restaurants and pubs within walking distance and beaches also close by. We particularly liked the fact that breakfast was served until 11am, very unusual to not be 'under pressure' to make it to breakfast for 9am! We would definitely return.