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Welcome to our essential guide to where to stay in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly packed full of over 900 hotels, bed and breakfasts, campsites, self-catering, cottages and more. All properties listed on our website have been graded or inspected by the AA, Visit England or a recognised inspection scheme and our guide will help you research everything from what's nearby to what facilities are available so you can plan the perfect visit to Cornwall. Whatever your taste and budget you will find what you're looking for on this website, so whether you're looking for a top-class hotel with all facilities, a friendly guest house, the warm welcome of a farmhouse bed and breakfast, or the freedom of camping - you'll be spoilt for choice.
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Good Hotel Guide Recommended 2012. Lovely Edwardian house with great views over Falmouth Bay. Stylish modern rooms offer a high standard of accommodation most with sea views. In a quiet terrace 100m from the sea, a short stroll to the town.
Overlooking beautiful Carne beach on the Roseland Peninsula, The Nare is Cornwall's highest rated hotel. In addition to forty individually decorated rooms and suites, the hotel has spacious and comfortable lounges with spectacular views out to sea,
A 42 room luxury family hotel + spa. The hotel and many of the rooms enjoy magnificent, uninterrupted views over Constantine Bay near Padstow. Beautiful landscaped gardens, swimming pool and excellent restaurant and spa.
Cornwall's leading resort hotel, offering an extensive range of leisure facilities. The children’s clubs and activities are second to none. Perfect for the three generation family holiday, something for everyone.
Elegant Victorian Hotel on the promenade at Penzance, with majestic views of Mounts Bay and St Michael's Mount. The Hotel has been carefully and lovingly restored to preserve the elegance of the era with a stunning sweeping staircase