Good Hotel Guide Review
A path leads from this cliff-top hotel to a stretch of private beach on the west of the Lizard peninsula – just one of several vantage points to take in the stunning coastal views. A relaxed, airy retreat in a ‘wonderful position’, the hotel appeals to guests of all ages, with tennis, kayaking, spa treatments and yoga sessions alongside a host of child-friendly activities during the holidays. Many of the neat, modern bedrooms face the water; some accommodate a family. In the restaurant, informal, Mediterranean-inspired dishes make the best of Cornish ingredients, much sourced from within a 20-mile radius. Borrow wellies, fishing nets, and buckets and spades; come back in time for an award-winning cream tea.
41. Some on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled. Plus four 3-bedroom self-catering villas.
lift, bar, lounge, snug, restaurant, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, function facilities, cinema, games room (table football, table tennis), spa, indoor pool, 9-metre outdoor pool (Apr–Sept), 12-acre grounds, terrace, tennis court, climbing frame.
in public areas.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some bedrooms, not in restaurant.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B from £119, D,B&B from £159.