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★★★☆☆ AA
North Coast > Newquay
Over-looking the Atlantic Ocean and the golden sands of Newquay’s Great Western beach, The Hotel Victoria offers the perfect central location for any family holiday, romantic getaway or even a staycation.  

★★★★Visit Britain
Isles of Scilly > St Mary’s
The star-shaped fortress, built in 1593, is now a family-run hotel with 38 rooms and fantastic views. Both awarding-winning restaurants feature some of the worlds best lobster caught by the proprietor aboard the hotels boat.

★★★★Visit Britain
North Coast > Newquay
The Fistral Beach Hotel and Spa in Newquay has stunning sea views, laid back luxury and contemporary beach style. Fistral Spa has 9 treatment rooms offering ESPA and CND treatments. Plus fitness suite, swimming pool, sauna, steam room and spa bath.

North Coast > Mawgan Porth > Newquay > Watergate Bay
All the great things you'd find in a mountain resort - on a spectacular beach on the North Cornwall coast near Newquay. A combination of dramatic coastline, adrenaline sports, gorgeous accommodation and brilliant places to eat and drink.

★★★☆☆ AA
West Cornwall > Penzance
The Queen's Hotel is an elegant Victorian Hotel on the promenade at Penzance, west Cornwall with majestic views of Mounts Bay and St Michael's Mount. The Hotel has been carefully restored to preserve the elegance of the era with a stunning sweeping staircase.

★★★★AA
South Coast > Falmouth > Penryn
4 star hotel on the banks of the Helford River with award winning food, gardens, golf course, spa, indoor pool, outdoor hot tub, cottages and holiday homes. Plus tennis, kayaking, boat trips & electric vehicle charging. Perfect spot for rest and relaxation

★★★★AA
North Coast > Newquay
Four-star Atlantic Hotel in Newquay - Victorian charm with stylish, contemporary finishing touches. Built in 1892 on 10 acres of headland, the hotel boasts breathtaking coastal views and just 5 minutes’ walk to the town and the world famous surfer's paradise F

North Coast > Port Isaac
Set in almost 4 acres of its own grounds and gardens, overlooking some 20 miles of the North Cornwall coast, perched high above Port Quin, between Port Isaac and Polzeath.