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Just a stone's throw from the South West Coastal Path with breathtaking views over the glorious Roseland Peninsula. When you're not exploring the surrounding area, there are boutique suites and studio apartments to lounge in and seasonally-focused dishes to savour in the Michelin Guide restaurant.

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The Rosevine sits just outside the fishing village of Portscatho on a beautiful stretch of coastline on the Roseland Peninsula, just a five-minute walk from the South West Coastal Path.

It's just over an hour to the fashionable St Mawes, where you can pick up the passenger ferry across the water to Falmouth.

By car: The Rosevine is around 6 hours from London and 3 hours 30 mins from Bristol. Parking is available on-site.

By train: the nearest stations are Truro and St Austell, both are a 30min taxi ride from the hotel. Book trains to Truro or St Austell.

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The Georgian-style dwelling offers a subtle coastal-boutique vibe, blending modern elegance with traditional elements - think spacious cosy couches and vintage articles, set against a palette of calming greys, serene greens and whites. This hotel is an ideal choice for both couples and families seeking a comfortable and stylish coastal retreat.


There's a range of facilities here, from a heated indoor pool to outdoor table tennis and subtropical gardens. The self-contained apartments at The Rosevine are thoughtfully designed to provide guests with a relaxing environment, with a furnished lounge equipped with comfortable sofas and a wood-burning stove. To relax further, in-room massages can be booked.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Spa
  • Indoor pool
  • Dog-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Offering comfortable and practical living spaces, with large comfy beds, sofas and ample wardrobe space, the 15 apartment-style rooms are light-filled and finished in subtle hues of grey and white.

Room types: Studio Apartment, Studio with Sea View, Family Apartment, Family Apartment Sea Facing, The Lookout

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with The White Company toiletries, living/dining area, cooking facilities, TV, sofa, patio and garden area

Food & Drink

Honing in on its beachside location and sea vistas, dining is laidback with dishes inspired by the abundance of great native produce. Daily-changing seasonal menus include grilled fillets of plaice, Cornish 8oz ribeye steak and battered catch-of-the-day. The breakfast menu stole the show - halloumi, poached eggs and roasted tomatoes, all lovingly nestled atop a lightly toasted slice of sourdough - it's all scrape-the-plate-clean good.

The restaurant: modern British cuisine, seafood, local produce. Open daily for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Three courses from £39 per person.

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