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Overlooking the harbour in the Cornish fishing village of Boscastle and surrounded by the beautiful North Cornwall coastline, the Wellington Hotel has benn providing a warm welcome to its guests for many years. A Listed 16th Century Coaching Inn, the Hotel has 14 bedrooms, a traditional pub serving Cornish real ales and home cooked food and a fantastic 2 AA rosette restaurant. There are 10 acres of private woodland walks and the Hotel is in an ideal location for walking the Coastal Path and for discovering Cornwall.
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What can I say about our stay here, except, amazing, myself and my husband wanted a couple of nights away with our border collie, Boo, having been in the hotel a few days earlier, just for a drink, Boo seemed really relaxed, so, once home,...More
What an amazing find while looking for somewhere to eat on a day trip to Cornwall.
beautiful hotel with stunning views amazing friendly helpfull staff , breakfast was delicious, waitress Michelle (sorry if I got your name wrong ) amazing service Alison on reception Legend...More
We have just returned from a three night stay at apartment 3 at this hotel. We had a great time, the apartment is lovely and everything we needed was provided, with the advantage of being able to use the hotel facilities when we wanted to....More
Booked a holiday cottage and this great venue was on our doorstep.
Should come with a health warning as the staff are so friendly and attentive that without realising it our walk back to the holiday cottage was a tad wobbly!!
A great experience - we were upgraded to one of the Turret rooms, which was really spacious and fitten out with some nice period pieces. The staff were really helpful and welcoming, and I can't fault the cooking in the restaurant - sea-fresh scallops and...More