Little Hotels in Cornwall

Trewornan Manor

, Wadebridge
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An adult-only country house hotel just a few minutes from the glorious North Cornwall coast.

Guest rating 9.9

Havener's

, Fowey
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Situated right on the Town Quay overlooking Fowey harbour.

Guest rating 9.8

Poole Farm

, Launceston
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A small farmhouse B&B with a huge guest satisfaction rating.

Guest rating 9.9

Pentillie Castle and Estate

, St Mellion
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An exceptional family-run boutique B&B in a large country estate on the banks of the River Tamar in Cornwall.

Guest rating 9.8

Star Castle Hotel

, St Marys
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A family-run hotel with an award-winning restaurant and amazing views in the Isles of Scilly.

Guest rating 9.4

Pencubitt House

, Liskeard
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An adults-only country house hotel just outside Liskeard.

Guest rating 9.5

Beacon Country House Hotel

, St Agnes
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Cornish views, and a stunning location near the north Cornish coast.

Guest rating 9.4

The Idle Rocks

, St Mawes
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Luxury rooms and fine dining right on the harbourside in St Mawes.

Guest rating 9.4

The Scarlet

, Mawgan Porth
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An uber-cool boutique hotel for adults only, set beside the beach and cliffs, with sea views to die for.

Guest rating 9.3

The Bay Hotel

, Coverack
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A stunning position right by the beach in Coverack, on the Lizard Peninsula.

Guest rating 9.5

Lewinnick Lodge

, Newquay
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A boutique hotel and restaurant perched in a spectacular clifftop position overlooking the ocean.

Guest rating 9.5

The Lifeboat Inn

, St Ives
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A traditional harbour-side inn in St Ives with outstanding views of the harbour and the sea.

Guest rating 9.1

The St Mawes Hotel

, St Mawes
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A harbourside hotel with a lively and informal atmosphere.

Guest rating 9.2
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Reasons to visit Cornwall

At the south-western tip of England, Cornwall is a land of legend, spectacular cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded valleys and quaint fishing villages. Add to this the historic engine houses and tin mines that are scattered across the landscape and you have a place with something for everyone.

The beaches at St Ives, Perranporth and Newquay are equally attractive for bucket-and-spade holidays and for enthusiastic surfers. In between, those same Atlantic rollers pound the granite cliffs to give the whole north Cornwall coast an awe-inspiring beauty.

The south coast is more sheltered, with lovely beaches, pretty fishing villages like Mousehole and Mevagissey, and the deep wooded valleys of the rivers Fal and Fowey.

Dotted about all over the county are the remnants of the mighty Cornish tin-mining industry. Take in the haunting profiles of abandoned engine houses, or visit one of the heritage sites and perhaps even go underground. Near St Austell, the Eden Project brings tourism right up to date with its vast biospheres.

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