Good Hotel Guide Review
On the South West Coastal Path, this former Edwardian gentleman’s retreat has cliff-top views of the three-mile-long beach. Owned by Amanda James, and run with ‘friendly, helpful staff’, the ‘comfortable, relaxed’ hotel is decorated in coastal hues and makes full use of its ‘beautiful’ location. All but three of the bedrooms look out to Lundy Island and Baggy Point. The lounges, terrace and gardens have spectacular seascape panoramas and glorious sunsets. In the informal bistro and candlelit restaurant (every table with a lovely view over the sea), chef John Prince features local produce on his British menus. Breakfast is ‘good and plentiful’. Great walks through National Trust land and a beach are on the doorstep.
29. 3 on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled.
lift, lounge, snug, bar, restaurant, bistro, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), terrace, civil wedding licence, function facilities, ½-acre garden, indoor and heated outdoor swimming pool, treatment room, restaurant wheelchair accessible.
in public areas.
all ages welcomed (children’s tea).
per room B&B £120–£300, D,B&B £210–£410. À la carte £50.