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THE HIGHLIGHTS
This whitewashed abode boasts sea views from every angle, with a relaxing eco-spa, seasonal cuisine served in the restaurant and direct access to the South West Coast Path. It's an idyllic spot for exploring the Lizard Peninsula, perfect for family breaks with your four-legged friend.

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THE LOCATION

Providing an idyllic spot for exploring the Lizard Peninsula - the hotel is just a fifteen-minute drive to the most southerly point of the UK and a quick 25-minute drive takes you to the fishing port of Porthleven. The hotel is just a few minutes climb from Mullion Cove's historic harbour.

Enjoy direct access to the South West Coast Path.

By car: Mullion Cove is 5 hours 45 mins from London, 2 hours from Plymouth and 3 hours from Torquay. There is free parking.

By train: London Paddington to Redruth station takes 4 hours 45 mins. The hotel is a 40-minute taxi ride from the station. Book trains to Redruth.

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CHARACTER & STYLE

After many years of refurbishment, this historic building now offers a relaxed, light-filled and unpretentious space with period features retained where possible. With staggering views of the headland, you'll also find a nod towards the coast within the artworks and colour scheme.

THE FACILITIES

There's plenty of relaxing spaces here, with a new eco-spa set within the cliff-tops that has been designed to provide the ultimate relaxing escape, a newly renovated Glenbervie Bistro and award-winning Atlantic View Restaurant, as well as three spacious lounges (one is dog-friendly) and a palm-fringed terrace with far-reaching sea views.

  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Lounge
  • Indoor and outdoor pools
  • Sauna
  • Steam room
  • Hot tub
  • Spa treatments
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

Rooms

Many of the 30 rooms have sea views and bathrooms are bright and generous, revamped by the award-winning London/Cornwall interior designers, Hart Miller, to offer laidback luxury.

Room types: Standard, Partial Sea View, Sea View, Premier Sea View, Garden Sea View Suite, Harbour Sea View Suite, Apartments

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Made for Life toiletries, TV, tea and coffee making facilities, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Dine in the traditional Atlantic View restaurant or the relaxed Glenbervie Bistro, where Head Chef James Heath actively engages with local farmers, encourages sustainable fishing and utilises seasonal vegetables to create the daily changing menus wherever possible. The Champagne Breakfast of smoked salmon with scrambled-egg and a glass of Bucks Fizz makes for the perfect morning treat.

Atlantic View Restaurant: 2 AA Rosette dining. Open daily for dinner. Three courses £39.95.

Glenbervie Bistro: all-day dining and light bites including pizza and burgers. Open daily 12.30-9 pm. Mains from £12.

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