A 25-seat cinema is a novelty at Karen and David Richards’ hotel in a village of white-painted houses on the Roseland peninsula, but no film can rival the wide-screen views over the Fal estuary from the waterside terrace.
‘In a glorious setting’ on the cliff-top with 'spectacular views', this Edwardian cathedral of a hotel that opened its doors in 1898 after being built by the Great Western Railway also has a 'really nice, welcoming atmosphere'.
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The prices might look ‘eye watering’ at Toby Ashworth’s family-friendly, dog-loving Edwardian hotel in a fantastic position above sandy Carne beach, but they are ‘great value for this level of luxury’.