At the 5-star Pebble House, guests side-step happiness and, like the seagulls in the near distance, soar directly into joy. Acclaimed as "The House With The Views," the award-winning boutique guest house, located on the South West Coast Path, treats guests to full 360 degree views of the sparkling sea. The sophisticated luxury property, catering to adults only, is the quintessence of romantic indulgence - from the opulent bedding and first-class amenities to the extravagant, award-winning breakfasts and sublime sea views from floor-to-ceiling windows, from rooms or the terrace. Guest rooms are a beautiful dream realized: colorful, artistic, serene. Owners Simon and Andrea showcase the best of Cornwall with their exemplary service, faultlessly kept accommodations, sumptuous furnishings, and locally sourced organic produce. Set in the centuries-old town of Mevagissey, every corner holds a new adventure. Irregular streets lined with cafes and shops, fishing boats dotting the water, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, stretches of sandy coast and fantastic surf await expectant travelers. June is a particularly great month to make the Pebble House your Cornish home away from home, as Feast Week, featuring live entertainment and dancing in the cobbled streets, shouldn't be missed. As the crimson sun descends behind the water's horizon, raise a glass to joy.
Allow yourself to be swept away by vistas of the Cornish countryside, breathtaking sea views, and generous hospitality, at the luxurious Idle Rocks Hotel, certainly one of the best Cornwall hotels with sea views. Situated in the lovely fishing town of St. Mawes, the historic hotel prides itself on well-appointed rooms decorated with personal touches, attentive service, and incredible Cornish gourmet offerings at the hotel's sea-facing restaurant. Check into the nautically-inspired Grand Sea View room for a show-stopping view of the morning sun rising over the bird-flanked harbour. While sipping the hotel's signature drink, The Idle Mary, lounge on the hotel's fashionable sea-view terrace and observe the fishing boats and yachts on the harbour spring to life. Amble into the lovely town to secure perfect mementos at elegant shops, sightsee, visit galleries, and refresh yourself with a cool drink (or two) in local pubs. For those looking to laze not saunter, enjoy hours of sunbathing and bird-watching at Summer beach or Tavern beach minutes away. Don't miss a trip to St. Mawes Castle, the imposing 16th-century Tudor military architectural masterpiece, that not only drips with history, but provides stirring coastal views. If you're looking for reality to rival your fantasies; if you're looking to fall in love with life; if you're looking for an enchanting interlude in Cornwall, unwind at the Idle Rocks Hotel; you'll find what you're looking for.
The remarkable Lewinnick Lodge, perched on Pentire Headland's craggy cliffs, offers superb views of Cornwall's coastline and evokes images from classic British literature. Circled by stunning wild flowers and facing the sea, the hotel lends itself to leisurely, soul-soothing walks around the grounds and along the coastal path. Flawless service, attention to detail, and modern, upscale amenities elevate the boutique B&B to a class of its own. Guest rooms are sophisticated, contemporary, nautical and equipped with luxurious amenities. Sea views from the hotel's sun terrace and beer garden are a feast for the eyes; but not to be outdone, the hotel's restaurant sources local produce to create palate-pleasing gourmet seafood selections. Regarded as one of the best places to stay in Cornwall (Newquay), due to its proximity to the renowned Fistral Beach, guests can enjoy hours of surfing or sunbathing beside the Atlantic Ocean, under the gentle sun. Known for its nightlife, Newquay's post-sunset outings are as thrilling as its daytime offerings of theme parks, beaches, a zoo and aquarium. At this Cornwall's luxury lodge, guests are treated to miles and miles of diamond-flaked ocean and Cornish hospitality, and even more valuable, an immeasurable amount of tranquility.
Whimsy flourishes at the captivating The Blue Door in the fishing port of Newquay. A short walk from pristine Fistral Beach, guest rooms, the size of small apartments, offer stunning sea views. At the upper end of the comfort scale, guests sink into plushness, while appreciating the room's chic and stylish décor. Hospitality with a capital H is provided by hosts Shawn and Lou, as they go above and beyond to provide a heavenly Cornish holiday. Artfully presented full English breakfasts please the palate, while the gorgeous surroundings and cool sea breezes elevate the rest of the mind and body. Newquay, acclaimed as "Cornwall's premier resort," grants lovers of the great outdoors and bounteous nature the opportunity to surf, sail, and sunbathe in view of frothy waves. For the lucky, a dolphin or two might be spotted. For less active vacationers, in only a few minutes, a lazy stroll into the center of town yields delightful shops, hopping cafes, buzzing bars and fantastic nightlife. Holiday revelers of all ages will find something to relish, whether it be Newquay Zoo, Newquay Blue Reef Aquarium, Waterworld, open-air farmer's markets, or`fanciful festivals. (Summer months are especially lively!) Deep contentment descends, as the sun and a chilled beer, at the hotel's on-site bar, smoothly go down.
A precious gem shielded by the glittering sands of Harbour Beach and Porthminster Beach, Trevose Harbour House is the brightest jewel in Cornwall's treasure trove of St. Ives. The winsome 19th- century guest house offers travelers an incomparable experience in the attractive seaside town, which boasts award-winning beaches, dramatic coastlines, and acclaimed touristic sites. Stylish and spotless guest rooms, creatively decorated in shades of blue and white, provides evocative harbour views. Upon arrival, a feeling of restfulness permeates the soul, due to the deep blues of the décor inside, and thematching sea view outdoors. Trevose Harbour House's amenities are modern, which affords guests all the comforts of home in a decidedly quainter setting. Owners Oliver and Angela provide guests with impeccable service, lavish breakfasts, and ready assistance on how to capitalize on their Cornish holiday, in the city founded in the Bronze Age. Trevose Harbour House's idyllic location in the heart of St. Ives allows guests easy access to museums, monuments, art galleries, nearby beaches, cafes, shops, restaurants, and entertainment. There's no shortage of things to do in the historic town, but feel no guilt if you realize that an in-room massage, followed by a cold drink on the luxury guest house's sun terrace, while watching the sunset, is as perfect as it gets.
If it’s all in a name, Seavista says it all. The final word in Cornish luxury accommodations, the 5-star boutique guest house yields views of the cresting waves of the undulating sea and the surrounding verdant countryside. Each of the upscale's seven bedrooms is playful, comfortable and bright, with sea or valley views. Guests will rediscover their inner child, and children will delight more in their youth, in the wonderland of the whimsical guest house. Exquisite attention to detail is paid to all areas of Seavista: delectable Cornish breakfasts contain the freshest of local ingredients, sinfully comfortable beds are turned down with homemade chocolates on the pillows, a wonderful selection of spirits are offered, and tea and coffee in the rooms provide just the right pick-me-up. Hosts Kate and Oz welcome guests with smiles warmer than the afternoon sun, and soon, life's stresses melt away. Ideally located in Mawgan Porth, the upscale property is within walking distance of a beach optimal for surfing (Mawgan Bay Porth Beach, perhaps one of the best beaches in Cornwall), pubs and restaurants. Venture down the South West Coast Path towards Newquay to marvel at the coastline views and witness a stunning sunset. At Seavista, you will discover the meaning of serenity.
Surrounded by wild flowers, lightly perfumed air and acres of luscious green countryside, the magnificent Fig Tree House stands as a tranquil oasis in the historic town of Penryn. Penryn famed for its granite, which contributed to the construction of the London Bridge and Gibraltar, holds another great distinction - being home to the charming, converted farmhouse amidst rolling green. The ultimate home away from home in Cornwall's countryside, generous hosts Jerry and Sal treat guests like long-awaited family members rather than first-time visitors. The lovely luxury cottage indulges the senses with its outstanding views of the countryside and the sea beyond, exquisitely prepared meals sourced from local ingredients, and inviting décor. Guest rooms are spacious, colorful and immaculately kept. Supreme holiday satisfaction is ensured from the very first welcome slice of homemade cake and cup of tea to the warm farewell upon parting. A short drive from the center of Penryn and port town of Falmouth, sailing, leisurely strolls on Cornwall's sandy beaches, sightseeing, several dining options and long bike rides on cobbled streets await the Cornwall adventurer. At the end of a fulfilling day, settle into a deep peacefulness on Fig Tree House's terrace and allow the stillness of nature to inspire your heart's song.
If heaven had an address, it would be in Cornwall - Portmellon Cove Guesthouse to be exact. Minutes from the cove of Portmellon and surrounded by lush gardens, the 5-star guest house transports guests from the banality of everyday life to the divine. Owners Sarah and Roy have created an award-winning haven for travelers anxious to unwind and partake in the greatest of life's pleasures - peace. Guests rooms are graced with sea views, comfortable furnishings, and upscale amenities. Homemade breakfasts feature the best of Cornwall's culinary staples, including flavorful porridge, fresh kippers, smoked salmon, fresh scones and mouthwatering homemade jam. It's entirely possible to spend countless hours in the room gazing out at the sea, but an exploration of the meticulously landscaped gardens and a rest on the patio provides guests with a happy alternative. Set in the charming town of Mevagissey, guests at the luxury cottage can while away time on an organized fishing trip, appreciating the nearby Lost Gardens of Heligan, sunbathing on the nearby beach, ambling along the coastal path to Gorran Haven, touring the Folk Museum, or simply indulging in fresh and vinegary fish and chips. At the luxurious Portmellon Cove Guesthouse, whatever one decides is bound to be the perfect choice.
Situated in the legendary town of Tintagel, birthplace of the fabled King Arthur, the first-rate Trenowan B and B, blends the romanticism of the past with the chic sophistication of the present. Within walking distance of the spectacular, deep-blue coast, the cozy B&B, offers guests splendid sea views, heartfelt hospitality, and enough memorable experiences to spin their own illustrious tale. Hosts Ian and Viv extend the warmest welcome as they escort guests to airy, comfortable and bright rooms with views of the gardens and the sea. Guests are treated to a fresh cup of hot tea, packets of local information, and fantastic, unexpected amenities, such as luxurious robes. Delectable, full English breakfasts, which include Black pudding, kippers, and eggs cooked to perfection, bolster guests for a day of exploration. Within walking distance of a coastal path and a celebrated pub, expansive sea views and pints of the best ale in Cornwall can be savored. Tintagel Castle, the 12th- century Norman castle, and the setting for many classic tales is a must visit. Home to quaint pubs, rollicking restaurants, quirky shops, and historical landmarks, a sumptuous Trenowan B&B respite checks every box on a Cornwall vacationer's wishlist.
Overlooking an entrancing sheet of shimmering blue sea, Greystones B&B seduces guests with its beauty and charm. The B&B guest rooms are spacious, spotless and tastefully decorated with wonderful views of the gardens and countryside. Grand breakfasts, made all the more grand by the sun rays setting the sea alight, warm guests, even on damp country days. Hosts Mike and Val create an atmosphere of ease and comfort, which is translated in every nook and cranny of the cheerful and intimate B&B. An easy and relaxing day can be spent in the comfortable room - watching a DVD, reading about the history of Cornwall on the internet, listening to an array of music - or sitting on the sun terrace and enjoying stunning sea views. Located in the picturesque fishing town of Mevagissey, there are countless options for a day of adventure - set out and set sail on a fishing boat; meander down and around old streets; discover fantastic Cornish eateries with fish and chip shops galore; stop in at gift shops, galleries and lively pubs. Visit Greystones B&B where you will breathe in the scent of salty air and exhale pure bliss.
Enter a fairytale of epic grandeur at the opulent, 5-star Pentillie Castle and Estate. Over three centuries old, the palatial property perfectly blends classical old-world charm with contemporary convenience and sophistication. Guests immediately feel at home - that is, if home were a gorgeous, history-laden architectural masterpiece surrounded by glorious gardens of daisies and lavender, bordered by the River Tamar. Manicured lawns and famed golf courses frame the stunning property. Individually decorated guest rooms provide supreme comfort, ample space and exquisite furnishings, with river or garden views. Top-notch service from the attentive staff, a fine selection of wines and teas, a lovely (seasonal) outdoor pool, and award-winning breakfasts immediately confirm to lucky travelers that a stay at the 5-star Pentillie Castle and Estate is not an ordinary vacation, but a sublime experience. A short drive from the center of Saltash, acknowledged as the "Gateway to Cornwall," a shopping high street, historic pubs, and a local market wait for enthusiastic travelers. Don't miss the opportunity to canoe down the River Tamar in warmer weather, or to visit to the Trematon Castle. Your paradisiacal Pentillie Castle and Estate represents the dreamy Cornwall holidays that you hope will never end.