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Providing a quintessential coastal escape for those that venture to the idyllic Camel Estuary, this Victorian boutique hotel provides a comfortable stay, with charming interiors and a restaurant. When you're not lounging around, the hotel offers plenty of activities, from surf lessons to picnics.

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The hotel provides an excellent vantage point to observe the comings and goings of harbour life, located on the stunning north Cornish coast, this delightful fishing village rests at the mouth of the Camel River, which is surrounded by sandy beaches, the Cornish Coast Path and National Trust estates. The lively town centre is home to numerous galleries, boutiques, and Michelin-starred restaurants.

Make use of the passenger ferry across to Rock running throughout the day.

By car: the hotel is 5 hours from London, 3 hours from Bristol and 1 hour 35 mins from Exeter. There is free parking on-site.

By train: London Paddington to Bodmin Parkway takes around 4 hours. The hotel is a 35-minute taxi ride from the station. Bodmin Parkway is also served by trains from Exeter St David's (2 hrs 45 mins), Penzance (1 hr 15 mins), and Cardiff Central (4 hrs 15 mins). Book trains to Bodmin Parkway.

By plane: Newquay Airport (20-minute drive), Exeter Airport (1 hr 45 mins drive).

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With its bright and bold colour scheme, the predominant use of blue and unique interior design, this residence pays tribute to its coastal surroundings by incorporating natural materials and furnishings, creating a vibrant and distinctive coastal-chic setting for a seaside getaway.


The hotel offers an experience-led stay, allowing guests to tailor their stay and encouraging them to get out and about to enjoy the surrounding area, making it a great choice for couples and families alike. Activities range from cycle rides, surf lessons and fishing trips to gin and beer tastings and delicious picnics.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant

  • Terrace

  • Pet-friendly
  • Free parking

  • Free Wi-Fi


In keeping with the hotel's overall design aesthetic, the guest bedrooms take inspiration from the surrounding environment. The décor is bright and lively, incorporating elements of coastal-chic style that are characteristic of the Harbour's signature design.

Room types: Cosy Estuary View Single, Superior Inland View, Inland View, Estuary View, Superior Estuary View, Estuary View Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with The White Company toiletries, bathrobes, slippers, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Tuck into casual all-day dining to a backdrop of estuary views, with exclusive cocktails and locally-made gins providing the perfect end-of-day treat. The Kitchen is overseen by Chef Mark Aldred, and the menu is filled with fresh, locally sourced Cornish ingredients, featuring seasonal dishes that prioritise seafood and fish in an unassuming and approachable way.

The Harbour Kitchen: modern, informal dining, seasonal dishes, fresh seafood, light lunches, children's menu. Open daily for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Mains from £12.50.

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