101. 1 suitable for disabled, apartment suites in separate block.
all year except 3 weeks Jan.
lift, 2 lounges, bar, restaurant, café, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), poolside snack bar, indoor and outdoor play areas, spa (indoor swimming pool), art gallery, civil wedding licence, 5-acre grounds (heated swimming pools, tennis, playing field).
‘laid-back’ in restaurant, café and bar.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some bedrooms, some public areas.
 per room B&B from £156, D,B&B from £202. Set dinner £24.50–£32.50.
Good Hotel Guide Review
A short stroll from the beach, this ‘top-of-the-class’, ‘exceptionally family-friendly’ hotel is ‘in a great cliff-top location’ overlooking the sea. Among the numerous activities for young guests, there are children’s clubs, games rooms, outdoor play areas, holiday programmes and a choice of swimming pools. Accompanying grown-ups might sign up their offspring for two hours of complimentary childcare, then avail themselves of the ‘fantastic’ spa and fitness facilities – a new sensory spa garden takes visitors from cedar wood sauna to seaweed-and-salt scrub – or one of the ‘many restful spaces in which to relax’. (‘Avoid the school holidays if you’re after a really quiet break.’) Bedrooms have a sunny Scandinavian air; picture windows in sea-view rooms give on to the breathtaking coast. Families may choose to eat at the casual Wild Café, with its small plates, soups and pizzas; its grown-up cousin, the Herring, is for sunset suppers over rare beef, pickled shimeji mushrooms, shisu cress, perhaps, or stone bass, spiced lentils, shrimp samosa. Adults-only The Scarlet, for ‘a more sophisticated stay’, is nearby (see next entry).
The Cornish outpost of Jamie Oliver's apprentice-run restaurant.
Set in lush, sub tropical, lakeside gardens, the zoo is home to over 130 different species.
The world's largest greenhouse (biodome), with plants collected from around the world.
A seaside town renowned for being home to a large number of artist and a branch of the Tate Gallery.