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Holiday Inn Express - Bodmin - Victoria Junction, an IHG Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in St Austell

Boasting a restaurant, bar, garden and free WiFi, Holiday Inn Express - Bodmin - Victoria Junction is set in St Austell, 17 km from Eden Project. Attention to detail and cleanliness

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9
Superb
268 reviews
Price from
£77
per night

The Pickwick Inn & Oliver's Restaurant

Hotel in Padstow

Set in Padstow, 6 km from Padstow Harbour, The Pickwick Inn & Oliver's Restaurant offers accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a bar. Excellent hotel, with very comfortable rooms and a delicious breakfast

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9.2
Superb
343 reviews
Price from
£150
per night

The St Enodoc Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Wadebridge

Offering a seasonal outdoor pool and sauna, The St Enodoc Hotel is located in Rock in the Cornwall Region. The hotel has a terrace and views of the river, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar. Nice location; convenient to Padstow and local attractions; nice facility.

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9
Superb
151 reviews

The Claremont Hotel-Adult Only

Hotel in Polperro

Featuring free WiFi and a terrace, The Claremont Hotel-Adult Only offers adult-only accommodation in Polperro. Free private parking is available on site. You will find a shared lounge at the property.... We absolutely loved everything about this wonderful place. It‘s comfortable, cosy and perfectly located.

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9.1
Superb
644 reviews
Price from
£110
per night

The White House Hotel

Hotel in Newquay

Located a short walk from Newquay's beaches, bars, shops and restaurants, The White House Hotel offers boutique-style accommodation with a range of individually stylish rooms. The owners made such a big effort and their time given and recommendations were all very good

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9.5
Exceptional
209 reviews
Price from
£100
per night

OYO Minerva Guesthouse 3 stars

Hotel in Newquay

Less than a 2-minute stroll from the beach, OYO Minerva Guesthouse offers free WiFi, a bar, and a games room with a billiards table and dartboard. The owners and staff were awesome! They went above and beyond to make sure that the stay was excellent! The location is also excellent, offering beautiful views of the coast as well as just a short walk to all the shops.

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9
Superb
693 reviews
Price from
£73.80
per night

The Oceanic Luxury Aparthotel

Hotel in Falmouth

Located high on the peninsula just within 10 minutes’ walk from Events Square, Gylly Beach and Pendennis Castle, The Oceanic Hotel offers a luxuriously private retreat whilst being within easy reach... Everything ! The whole place was amazing Large rooms with everything you need A real “find”

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9.8
Exceptional
110 reviews

Tremarne Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Mevagissey

Tremarne Hotel is a stylish, award-winning property in a spectacular location just minutes from the Cornwall coast. We felt they catered to gluten free very well. The host was so lovely, inviting and knowledgable. The rooms and hotel in general was so clean.

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9.5
Exceptional
476 reviews
Price from
£100
per night

The Rosevine 4 stars

Hotel in Porthscatho

Around 25 minutes’ drive from Truro, The Rosevine is an elegantly styled apartment hotel on the south Cornwall coast. The team was fabulous, they were like a family, in a nutshell, you feel like at home

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9.1
Superb
134 reviews
Price from
£196.65
per night

The Godolphin Hotel

Hotel in Marazion

Overlooking St Michael's Mount, The The Godolphin Hotel in Marazion offers high-quality rooms on the beautiful west Cornwall coast. Perfect location in the very centre of the town overlooking St Michael's Mount. Easy and quick check-in and check-out, lovely staff. The room is very spacious, with the bathroom half size of it, well equipped and quiet. It was amazing to find tasty brownies in the fridge along with water and milk. Delicious breakfast with a variety of options, extremely tasty coffee, much better than in many cafes. Although we did not visit the hotel's restaurant for dinner, it was nice to learn that the manager had booked a table for us there in case we would need it.

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9.2
Superb
238 reviews
Price from
£190
per night

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The Stuff of Legends

Inhabited since prehistory, Cornwall is characterised by a series by rocky bays, fishing villages and spectacular coastline. Right at England’s western tip is Land’s End where sheer cliffs descend into the Atlantic Ocean. Along the coast is popular St Ives, home to many Cornwall hotels by the sea on Booking.com.

Another fantastic beach resort is Penzance, while across the bay is St Michael’s Mount (not to be confused with similar Mont St-Michel in Normandy). Also boasting a wonderful beach is Newquay, though it is best known for its excellent surfing conditions.

Further north is Tintagel, the stuff of legends due to its association with King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The remains of Tintagel Castle are perched dramatically on a rocky promontory, while inland on Bodmin Moor granite tors and stone monoliths only add to Cornwall’s feeling of mystery.

Heading north towards Bude the Cornwall beaches become longer, while on the southern coast Looe is a picturesque town curving around an inlet. To the east near St Austell is the Eden Project, huge domes housing thousands of plants from all over the world.

The county town of Cornwall is Truro, home to an impressive cathedral overlooking the River Fal which flows down to Falmouth Bay, a great spot to try some local Cornish ice cream.

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