open-plan lounge, bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, terrace, parking permits supplied.
‘relaxed’ at mealtimes.
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per room B&B from £145. Set dinner £30–£37.50.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Once the refuge of seamen, this ‘marvellously situated’ Victorian building has transformed into a stylish quayside hotel with dazzling estuary views. Public spaces, overseen by ‘exceptionally friendly, helpful’ staff, have been ‘tastefully rejuvenated’. Classic French fare with a Cornish twist, perhaps local pollock, roast cauliflower, confit potato, shellfish bisque, is served in the informal restaurant or out on the ‘beautiful terrace’. Thoughtful touches abound in the ‘clean, fresh, contemporary’ bedrooms: biscuits and bottled water, books and DVDs, local guides, umbrellas and raincoats. A fridge on the landing has little jugs of fresh milk. Expect a wake-up call of seagulls and lapping sea. Breakfast is in the sun-drenched restaurant.
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