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Places to stay in Cornwall Choose from hundreds of places to stay
Welcome to the official Cornwall Tourist Board guide to the best places to stay in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly with cheap UK holidays available throughout the year. Browse hundreds of listings, including hotels, B and Bs, guest houses, holiday lettings,camping and camp sites, cottages and holiday parks. 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, choose self catering in a cosy self catering cottage or enjoy the freedom of a holiday park - you'll be spoilt for choice. All properties listed on this website have been graded or inspected by the AA, Visit England or a recognised inspection scheme.
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Perched on the cliffs amongst 12 acres of mature, landscaped gardens, this quintessential luxury family seaside hotel offers stunning views across Mounts Bay and the Atlantic Ocean beyond.
The hotel is located in the beautiful sailing village of Fowey, with 36 bedrooms, an indoor swimming pool, an outdoor hot tub, three treatment rooms, a Ofsted Registered Crèche and rambling gardens. Our Restaurant holds the coveted 2AA Rosette Award and all our food is locally sourced. Fowey Hall offers a selection of room types so your family can be accommodated in a way that best suits your needs.
Trelaske Hotel and restaurant is an owner managed small peaceful property in 4 acres of gardens with 2 AA Rosettes for excellent food. Professional and friendly service from Hazel ensure guests feel relaxed and looked after.
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.
Your time becomes all yours to relax, indulge and luxuriate. A breathtaking location and a stylish interior leading out to a rugged landscape and foaming Atlantic breakers.