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All reviewsoverlooking the riversunday carveryvalentines weekendpublic car parkstaff could not have been moreold buildingsandwichlovely hotelfirst classstayed here for one nightexcellent foodwell worth a visitexcellent value for moneylovely viewsmoked salmonfollowing morningbeautiful village
We've stayed in Boscastle a number of times over the years but this was the first time we stayed in the Riverside. It's by far the best place in Boscastle!
From the time we arrived to the time we left the staff were very friendly...More
We went down base as the to see my cousin play in a local rockabilly band in the Cobweb Inn, we stayed in the Riverside Hotel which was opposite lovely hotel with good food and service with a smile,and accommodation was brilliant with the sound...More
I stayed here with my Mum & 9 yr old son during half term holiday. The hotel room was comfortable and spacious & en suite bathroom clean - great shower. Corridors were long & narrow, but it was an old building. Staff were very kind...More
We stayed here for our anniversary, having read reviews of good food and friendly staff and our prior knowledge of Boscastle. We were greeted with a warm welcome and shown to our room. The room was of decent size and was warm and clean. However,...More
This was my second visit to the riverside and it won't be the last ,the food is good ,the staff are friendly,my room was clean and nice and the hotel is in the centre of the village just a two minute walk from the harbour...More
The Riverside Restaurant yes it has disabled access . The accommodation unfortunately not. It's a 16 th century building with 2 floors of windy narrow stairs for which we are unable to fit a lift in due to it being... More
The Riverside Restaurant yes it has disabled access . The accommodation unfortunately not. It's a 16 th century building with 2 floors of windy narrow stairs for which we are unable to fit a lift in due to it being a listed building