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THE HIGHLIGHTS
This boutique hotel sits on a hillside in the coastal town of Rock, boasting spacious gardens and sweeping views over the Camel Estuary. With exquisite fine dining, an outdoor pool, spa, and sauna, and its close proximity to the acclaimed St Enodoc golf course, you're sure to enjoy a relaxing stay.

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THE LOCATION

St Enodoc is an excellent bolthole for discovering the stunningly rugged north coast of Cornwall. Located in the beautiful coastal town of Rock, it offers fantastic views of the estuary and is close to both Padstow and Polzeath. The Camel Estuary's sandy beaches are a short distance away, and you can reach Paul Ainsworth's Mariners Pub in just five minutes and the expansive sands of Rock Beach and Daymer Bay in ten minutes by foot.

There's also a foot ferry across to the ancient fishing port of Padstow.

By car: around 5 hours from London, 3 hours from Bristol and 4 hours 15 minutes from Birmingham. Free parking available.

By train: London Paddington to Bodmin Parkway takes 4 hours. The hotel is a 40-minute drive from the station. Book trains to Bodmin Parkway.

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CHARACTER & STYLE

Originally built as a private house, the St Enodoc was one of Cornwall's first seaside-chic boutique hotels; décor is fresh and contemporary, boasting vibrant furnishings and fabrics and local art showcased on the walls of light-filled rooms, providing a sunny backdrop and modern coastal vibe throughout.

THE FACILITIES

There's a relaxing small spa with two treatment rooms where guests can indulge in a relaxing Elemis treatment and there's an outdoor heated pool open between April-September. Nearby Wavehunters can arrange water sports and George's Surf School in Polzeath offers private surf lessons. There's a large terrace and beautifully manicured gardens with plenty of loungers for guests to relax.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Games room
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

Rooms

Interiors are light and fresh in the seventeen doubles and four suites that all offer a stylish space to relax and take in the stunning sea views. A fusion of quirky and original artwork adorns the walls and the spacious bathrooms come equipped with fluffy robes and handmade Cornish toiletries by Bramley.

Room types: Room, Superior Room, Junior Suite, Family Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes, hairdryer, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Guy Owen, the Head Chef, is renowned for his innovative dishes that showcase the abundance of fresh Cornish produce. Guests can enjoy laidback dining at the light-filled Brasserie or opt for a fine dining experience at Karrek, where artfully-designed plates highlight the best ingredients from the region, including those grown at the hotel's 'Made Well' farm and kitchen garden; the nine-course tasting menu is a must-try.

The Brasserie: relaxed dining room and terrace. Open daily. Set menu from £27.50.

Karrek: intimate, fine dining restaurant. Open for dinner, Thu-Sat. Tasting menu from £65.

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