Good Hotel Guide Review
Historic grounds tumble away from this ‘magnificent, lovingly restored’ castellated mansion on the banks of the Tamar river. The Coryton family home for nearly 300 years, the grand country B&B has stately sitting rooms filled with antiques, old mirrors and original artwork; the open fires are ideal spots for afternoon tea or pre-dinner libation. On sunny days, the terrace takes over. Glorious views pour into the spacious bedrooms, each named after a family character. The morning meal hinges on estate-produced jams, honey, apple juice and eggs. Come evening, a three-course dinner every Thursday; on others, a ‘DIY’ Aga-warmed supper – a selection includes Looe Bay fish pie; slow-cooked beef shin lasagne (order in advance).
9. 1, on ground floor, suitable for disabled.
all year, exclusive use Christmas and New Year.
morning room, drawing room, dining room, guest kitchen, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, 55-acre grounds, terrace, heated outdoor pool.
all ages welcomed.
assistance dogs allowed in downstairs area, other dogs restricted to heated boot room, on lead in garden.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B single £145–£225, double £160–£240. Set menu £35.
VisitEngland Five Star Guest Accommodation
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