Mullion Cove Hotel

Steps from the Coastal Path, with ‘wonderful views’ over cove and historic harbour, this ‘friendly’ cliff-top hotel has been run by the ‘very nice’ Grose family for ten years. More

Contact details

Mullion Cove Hotel
Cliff Road
Mullion Cove
Cornwall
TR12 7EP
England
01326 240328
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Hotel information

Bedrooms

30. Some on ground floor.

Open

all year.

Facilities

lift, 3 lounges, bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 1-acre garden, 10-metre heated outdoor swimming pool, unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

none.

Children

all ages welcomed, no under-7s in restaurant in evening.

Dogs

allowed in some bedrooms, 1 lounge.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2016] per room B&B from £90, D,B&B from £146. Set dinner £35, à la carte £29.

Other information

Good Hotel Guide Review

Steps from the Coastal Path, with ‘wonderful views’ over cove and historic harbour, this ‘friendly’, ‘welcoming’ clifftop hotel has been run by the ‘very nice’ Grose family for ten years. The emphatic white building retains echoes of its elegant Edwardian heyday. ‘I was slightly worried that it might be too homely, but I was wrong. It was well maintained – a lovely place to stay,’ says a Guide reader in 2016. Order a Cornish cream tea and soak in the surroundings; enormous windows in three spacious lounges let the outside in. The bedrooms are muted in style – all the better, in premium rooms, to appreciate the watery vista. ‘We liked our sea-view room, with its comfy bed and excellent bathroom.’ Another guest: ‘Our triple-aspect room had the most glorious views.’ In the restaurant, Paul Stephens, the new chef, makes the most of locally landed fish and shellfish on his ‘good’ daily-changing menus. Dogs are welcomed with more than a pat on the head – they receive treats, and entry into the pet-friendly lounge. Put on your walking shoes: ‘National Trust land stretches out to the south, and walks are easy, in dramatic scenery.’ (Diana Goodey, Peter Govier)

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Mullion Cove Hotel
Cliff Road
Mullion Cove
Cornwall
TR12 7EP

Guest comments

'A lovely traditional hotel on the clifftop with fabulous views. A really comfortable place to stay, with excellent food, and it's one of the best places we have discovered for taking your dog or dogs, ' - - November, 2016
'Wonderful position, very nice staff. Good food (dinner was good quality and just the right amount), very comfy bed and an excellent bathroom - we liked our 'superior' sea-view room. When we first arrived I was slightly worried it might be a bit too homely, but I was wrong. A really lovely, well-maintained place to stay. ' - Diana Goodey - March, 2016
'Our bedroom was fine, with wonderful sea views. The bathroom, with window, was good, with a deep and restful bath. Dinners were very good. Breakfasts OK. There is a glimpse of the hotel in the film, ‘Summer in February’. ' - John Barnes - September, 2013

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