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All reviewscedar treeowners and staffmike marysunday carveryeight yearshot buffetstayed at this hotel for nightssmall shower cubiclecooked from scratchthe hotel is cleanfamily roomten minute walkcoast pathwhilst visiting the arealarge gardenlocal beacheslate september
I was sent here by my work as I had to do Training in a store in Tintagel. Mike and Mary were welcoming and friendly. The room was very clean and homely. The bed was very comfortable. Breakfast was a feast! They went out of...More
I'm a social care worker and i took a service user on a break to tintagel.We stayed at this hotel for two night and it was fantastic michael put us in a family room which we did not expect it made it more comfortable for...More
Mike and Mary made us feel so welcome. We chose this hotel based on is proximity to Tintagel and the coast. What we found was a wonderfully appointed hotel on beautiful grounds. Some rooms have a sea view. The rooms a revery comfortable and clean....More
The hotel is clean, and facilities are fine, rooms clean and well equiped, The restraunt was also adequate and service avearge , Actually nothing to compalin about. Parking good, Location really good. but in actual fact there is something missing and I think this is...More
The Bossiney hotel did its job fine for the price we paid. It is in a good location with just a short 10minute walk into town with access to lots of costal walks. The hotel room were basic but clean with free parking at the...More
Response from mike186245 | Property representative |
The central building of Bossiney House Hotel was built in 1896 and although we have managed to install a fully disable compliant general public toilet, compliant guest rooms are beyond our ability to adapt and we would need... More
The central building of Bossiney House Hotel was built in 1896 and although we have managed to install a fully disable compliant general public toilet, compliant guest rooms are beyond our ability to adapt and we would need to structurally change the building to accomplish that. We will adapt when we next do major works.
Regretably, the answer to your question is "no" at present. We would suggest a newer hotel where facilities are designed in.. You might consider The Falcon at Wadebridge.
From the team at Bossiney House Hotel