We went here to eat on a recommendation from the site owner when we were camping in Cornwall. Sunday lunch finished serving at 6pm and we arrived at 5:45 but despite the fact they said the Chef had gone home they said they could do the meal so we stayed. We sort of expected it to be dry and disappointing but we were very pleased that it wasnt. In fact we enjoyed it so much we decided to try it the next week, but we decided to go earlier so the same thing didnt happen again. When we got there this time, they were not serving meals at all. Despite the obvious lack of organisation in the kitchen (timings differed from what was advertised on the boards outside on the pavement) we would revisit. We stayed for a quick drink as the lounge area was relaxing. The walls were covered with historical photos of Helston in times gone by which were fascinating to browse while we waited for our dinner to arrive, so quite an interesting time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Angel Hotel in central Helston dates back to the 16th century and was once the town house of Lord Sidney Godolphin who was First Minister to 3 Monarchs. Thereafter, it became a noted coaching inn and has been trading for over 250 years. The Angel is located on the Main High street and offers 1 premier room, 13 double/twin bedrooms, 2 single room & 3 family rooms all en-suite. This is the prime location to see the Furry Dance on Flora Day. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Angel Hotel Helston, Cornwall