One of North Cornwall’s finest located boutique hotels and restaurants in Bude.
All of our hotel rooms in Bude come with magical sea and countryside views complete with good facilities and comfortable relyon beds. Our hotel’s stunning location close to Bude and Widemouth Bay on the North Cornish coast path offers a great quiet escape with all amenities and plenty of activity close by. We have a variety of rooms to suit all including doubles, twins, family rooms and singles, all with fantastic sea and countryside views.
Elements bar and restaurant is Bude's coolest restaurant venue. With stunning interior design, amazing sun deck and gardens plus incredible sea views. Our food is locally sourced for added freshness and quality.
Complimentary for all guests is the use of the health suite. We have a state of the art four station multi-gym, cross-trainer, cycle and rowing machines.…
The Pier House Hotel and Restaurant in St Austell Cornwall is situated on the picturesque harbour of Charlestown with stunning views of the port and coastline of St Austell bay. It has been a hotel since 1920 and now incorporates the Harbourside Inn Public House since 2004.
All rooms are en-suite, centrally heated with colour TV, tea/coffee making facilities and have direct dial telephone. Unlimited WIFI internet access is available in all rooms free of charge. Prices are per room per night and include a full English breakfast.
Please be advised that we have only two rooms on the ground floor which are located in the annexe and are reached by six sloped steps. Most of our rooms are on the first floor with four on the second.
Unfortunately the Hotel does not have a lift.
Our car park for the Hotel is shared with The Rashleigh Arms which is situated approximately 200 yards b…
Whether you are planning your first trip to Cornwall or you are a regular visitor, The Windward offers all the comfort and hospitality you need to make your 'home from home' a great place to stay.
The Windward is situated on the craggy North Cornwall coast where the Atlantic waves crash in, with fabulous clean wide sandy beaches and a superb natural environment.
We have twelve comfortably appointed Double Bedrooms, ranging from our two luxurious Sea-View Balconied Premiers overlooking the beach, (how about a glass of wine on your own balcony?) to our very functional Standard and Twin-Bedded rooms and a recently added single room.
All our Bedrooms are fully en-suite and are equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, hair-dryers and the latest flat screen televisions with built in DVD & Freeview. Everything is designed to make your stay as comfortable and pleasant as possible.…
Set in the heart of North Cornwall in 230 acres of rolling hills and woodland, designated an area of Special Landscape Value, the Bowood Park estate once formed part of a 13th century deer park owned by the Black Prince.
Bowood is now home to a luxury 31 room three star hotel with an award-winning restaurant and an outstanding golf course.
The fine dining restaurant serves a wide range of international cuisine which has earned an RAC Dining Award and the lounge bar, with its extensive stock of wines and malt whiskeys and late-night opening, is spacious and comfortably furnished with ample chairs and sofas.
We have several different types of rooms within our hotel, to suit many different requirements. When you make an application for accommodation, you will be asked to state which room types you would ideally prefer to be accommodated in, so it is useful to understand what each …
The Wellington Hotel is an imposing granite building that was built before the Battle of Waterloo. It was converted into a hotel in 1813 and named after the The Iron Duke (Arthur Wellesley; 1769-1852) (photo of painting) after he allegedly stayed here. It has been extensively modernised in recent years.
The bar is popular with the locals and is a centre for much of the social life of this small friendly Cornish town. If you have a good joke to tell, this is the place to do it! St. Just has all amenities: A small supermarket, a grocery store, a green grocer, bakers, butchers, hairdressers, cafés, Chinese takeaway, pubs, a hardware store, craft shops and art galleries, a pottery, a library and a doctor's surgery.
The nearby parish church holds all usual Anglican services. A Roman Catholic mass is held in Penzance. Also within sight is the Methodist chapel, claimed to be one of the …
Treloyhan Manor stands in a magnificent position overlooking Carbis Bay, on the edge of the picturesque seaside town of St. Ives.
Built in the 19th century for the shipping magnate Sir Edward Hain, Treloyhan has accommodation for 100 guests and occupies a location which makes it ideal for families.
St. Ives itself, once a fishing village, has long been a haven for artists attracted by the clear light, the quaint narrow streets leading down to the sea, and the magnificent views.
Major road improvements now make St. Ives more easily accessible. Whether you prefer to travel by car, train, coach or simply fly, we can assist you with your transportation.
Treloyhan Manor has 42 bedrooms in total, incorporating both en-suite and standard rooms, and ranging from single occupancy to family rooms suitable for up to 5 persons. In total we can accommodate up to 100 guests.
Trevalsa, Cornish for house on the cliff, was originally a grand seaside home, secluded within two and a half acres of sub tropical gardens. Understatedly elegant and stylish, with an eclectic mix of granite windows, oak panelling, rich fabrics and rugs reflecting the colours of Cornwall.
Most rooms have stunning sea views. Some are stylishly simple, others romantically glamorous. All with immaculate bathrooms, hospitality trays, TVs and DVD players.
Meals may be eaten in our romantic, oak panelled restaurant with views over the gardens to the sea, or on warm days and evenings, on the terrace. Early suppers can be provided for young children and picnics packed for days out.
A stay at Trevalsa means different things to different people. Some come enjoy our lovely comfortable hotel, eat good food and relax in the garden or on the beach, perhaps with a gentle walk or two. For ot…
The Falmouth Hotel (known as 'The Falmouth') can proudly lay claim to the crown of Grand Dame, having been the first commercial hotel to be built in the town, back in 1865. This charming, Victorian chateau-style hotel is set in 5 acres of landscaped gardens and it enjoys a prime sea front location. On one side is Pendennis Castle, the headland, beach and sea and on the other, views over to the famous port of Falmouth. From the hotel, it is an easy stroll into the town centre and the maritime area.
The Falmouth Hotel has 71 bedrooms, all of which are en-suite and provided with a hospitality tray, remote control colour TV with cable channels, hairdryer, radio/alarm clock and complimentary toiletries as standard. There are 4 categories of bedroom: Standard Inland View, Standard Sea View, Premier and Premier Plus. The hotel also has a Suite. The Falmouth boasts some of the largest bedr…