St Mawes Hotel
Following a full refurbishment, the St Mawes Hotel, sister hotel to David and Karen Richards’ top luxury British retreat The Idle Rocks, officially opened in the summer of 2015.
The St Mawes Hotel has a lively and informal feel, without compromising on taste and style. The warmth of the team, beautifully designed rooms, lively bar restaurant and terrace makes the luxury sea view hotel a place that will draw locals and visiting guests back time and time again.
The seven bedroom boutique hotel has bright and airy luxurious guestrooms. Decorated by Karen Richards herself, the interiors will capture the nautical views of the village and harbour. Each room echoes Karen’s signature style, a marriage between traditional coastal culture and contemporary design. All front facing rooms offer spectacular sea views and look out over the harbour.
The bar restaurant at the St Mawes Hotel is a convivial escape to enjoy authentic quality dishes that will showcase the best locally sourced Cornish ingredients. Menu options include both smaller and larger dishes based on the wonderful produce from the sea, alongside stone baked pizzas and daily specials. Alfresco tables provide an idyllic location to make the most of sunny days and enjoy the spectacular views of the water.
Guests staying at the St Mawes Hotel will appreciate the comfortable lounge, complete with compact library and log wood fire place for cosy winter days, with nautical inspired interiors and unspoilt views of the harbour. The addition of an events space and an intimate 25-seater cinema will follow this spring.
David and Karen’s vision for their second hotel property in the Cornish seaside village of St Mawes is to establish a welcoming and lively environment for visitors to connect with the community whilst further cementing St Mawes’ reputation as a desirable holiday destination.
Getting there by car:
TR2 5DW is the postcode. Be aware that most Sat Navs take you via the King Harry Ferry, and this stops running at 21.20pm in Summer. From most directions in fact, this is not the most direct route, so you may want to switch your Sat Nav to “avoid ferries”.
On arrival in the village, turn right and follow signs for the castle which will bring you down to The St Mawes Hotel on the left just opposite the harbour quay.
When you arrive, you can drop your bags off at the hotel, and the parking is just around the corner in the St Mawes public car-park. We can give you change (£4.50 for 24 hours) if you need it.
If arriving via the King Harry ferry — please ensure you check timings.
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