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THE HIGHLIGHTS
Unwind at this waterfront property in the coastal town of St Mawes, with the stunning beaches, picturesque white-washed cottages and classic harbours of the Roseland Peninsula just waiting to be explored. Enjoy a slower pace of life here, with a handful of bedrooms, a private cinema and a restaurant serving Modern European-style small plates, handmade pasta and delicious wood-fired pizzas.

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THE LOCATION

There are plenty of options for day trips and activities; walk the coastal path, take a stand-up-paddle boarding tour or enjoy a boat charter to the nearby National Trust estate Trelissick. The harbour offers an abundance of joyful activities - why not rent sea kayaks or go crabbing.

Take one of the passenger ferries that run to Falmouth, Truro, or St Anthony Head (where you can walk to the lighthouse).

By car: the hotel is 5 hours 30 mins from London, 3 hours 30 mins from Bristol, and 1 hour 40 mins from Plymouth. Parking is available in the village.

By train: London Paddington to Truro takes around 4 hours 30 mins. The station is 40 mins from the hotel in a taxi. Book trains to Truro.

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CHARACTER & STYLE

This relaxed retreat makes the most of its enviable waterside position. Interiors nod towards the location with their nautical paraphernalia; a combination of new and vintage items creates a laidback Cornish-coastal aesthetic. Eclectic furnishings are set against bare floors and a neutral palette, with unique artwork ranging from postwar paintings to quirky canvases.

THE FACILITIES

Guests can enjoy a cutting-edge Hidden Cinema and various dining options, whilst a courtyard room is available for private dining reservations. Expect a warm and inviting atmosphere on arrival and enjoy the hotels sustainable philosophy, from sourcing local produce to respecting its surroundings.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Lounge
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free Wi-Fi

Rooms

The hotel boasts seven individually designed bedrooms, with three sea-facing rooms and four Village Views overlooking the rooftops of St Mawes, with a glimpse of the river Fal. All are decorated in contemporary neutrals with a cool coastal style - think subtle stripes and natural materials.

Room types: Village, Falmouth, Village View Family, Seaview, Superior Seaview, Deluxe Seaview

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Aromatherapy Associates toiletries, TV, tea and coffee making facilities, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Served as Modern European-style small plates, indulge in a menu based on sustainable produce from the local waters and land. The whole Cornish sole, with beurre noissette, preserved lemon and grenobloise sauce was made for our tastebuds.

Upper deck: lively, informal atmosphere, local produce, seafood, pizzas, fresh pasta, small plates. Open for lunch and dinner. Mains from £15.

Lower Deck bar: classic cocktails, teas and coffees. Dogs weclome. Upper Deck menu served at lunch and dinner.

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