This 5-storey hotel comprises a total of 50 rooms and houses an impressive building in a Victorian style. The hotel features a lobby, a reception, a lift, room service and a car park. Further facilities include a café, a bar, and an excellent restaurant, which has been awarded a rosette and serves up daily freshly-prepared dishes inspired by the sea (depending on the season).
This historic hotel is situated at the tip of a fantastic mountain with views of the Cornish village of Padstow, one of the most enchanting fishing villages in the country, and one which is famed for its seafood. Here guests will discover a selection of shops, galleries, restaurants and bars. Padstow enjoys something of a maritime history, which may be learnt about in the local museum. Guests may sit back and watch the fishing boats return to the harbour and unload. The hotel is approximately 200 metres from the national lobster breeding grounds and links to the public transport network. The nearest sandy beach is about 10 minutes away. Plymouth airport is 75 km away, and it is 74 km from Penzance and about 13 km from the hotel.
All rooms comprise a small welcome gift, a private en suite bathroom, a hairdryer and central heating. In addition to a TV with foreign channels, a direct dial telephone and a radio, the rooms also include tea and coffee making facilities as well as a double bed.
Guests may choose to make use of the hotel swimming pool. Further leisure time options include taking long strolls or a bike or camel trail to Wadebridge.
It is possible to book bed and breakfast or a half-board stay. A breakfast is on offer to guests each morning; lunch and the evening meal can be chosen from a set menu.
American Express charge) as well as MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment. Cash is also a payment option, as are cheques with a valid cheque card.
Fly from Gatwick or Stanstead into Newquay and pick up a taxi or hire car for the 20-minute drive across to Padstow. The A30 has opened up the rest of the country to Cornwall:from this dual carriageway take the A395 and A39 to Wadebridge, from the A39 take the A389 to Padstow. Follow the signs to the town centre and guests will find the hotel on the left hand side.
On payment of an additional fee, dogs are permitted to stay at this hotel. The reception is not open round the clock, but there is a nighttime service. The whole hotel will be non smoking from the 1st July 2007.
Direct dial telephone