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We arrived with a group exploring the West Country. The first room we were given you wouldn't put a dog in and the second room smelt like a stable and looked out onto a wall with a grotty rotting window about 2 feet away. We...More
Ideal location looking out onto the sea and Tolcarne beach, nice rooms, bar occasional entertainment, 24 hour concierge saving you having to carry keys around and free parking what else could you ask for - brilliant!
Stayed here with my other half and our two young kids for one night before heading off home and it was pretty good. Its good value for money, we had a twin/double room with a seaview. We were provided with a travel cot free of...More
Just left the hotel after 5 days here. We were on a bus trip from Yorkshire.
The hotel was basic.
The staff were more than happy to help with anything. When we arrived our room was like a sauna, I asked for a fan and...More
Had a weekend break with the wife in this lovely hotel.
Situated right on seafront with ample parking up front & at rear.
Staff friend & really welcoming.
Great view from bedroom balcony of harbour.
Rooms decor s bit dated, but made it feel more...More
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You get what you pay for. Although part of a group my husband and I had a lovely room with a balcony overlooking the sea. No it isn't the Hilton but you are not paying Hilton prices. It was clean and we had entertainment on... More
You get what you pay for. Although part of a group my husband and I had a lovely room with a balcony overlooking the sea. No it isn't the Hilton but you are not paying Hilton prices. It was clean and we had entertainment on two evenings. We were there Monday to Friday. I think the hotel is typical of Cornwall as the big hotel chains are not there and as Cornwall is so popular they don't have to up their game against the big boys. Yes there were no toiletries but again that is typical in Cornwall. The restaurant staff worked their socks off.