Best hotels in Cornwall from the Direct Hotel Online

An ancient county and a tourist paradise

Cornwall is one of the most popular UK holiday destinations. It has some wonderful boutique and luxury hotels. The beaches are unrivalled for their wildness, beauty, and variety. Tiny coves, superb surfing areas, and miles of sand. Along the coast are numerous fishing villages and  harbours including Looe, Mevagissey, Tintagel, Zennor and Mousehold.

The National Trust is very active in Cornwall and there are also a host of independently owned tourist attractions  from the Lost Gardens of Heligan to the magnificent Eden Project.  Stately homes include; Lanhydrock House, Prideaux Place and Pencarrow. Another Cornish attraction is its history; from megalithic monuments to tin mining.

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Hotels in Cornwall

  • The Old Rectory, BOSCASTLE, Cornwall

    'The sound of the birds is so tranquil' at this ecological B&B down winding country lanes near the north Cornwall coast. Chris and Sally Searle are the 'helpful, hospitable' owners; daughter Anna

  • Treglos Hotel, CONSTANTINE BAY, Cornwall

    'It was a great pleasure to stay here again.' Popular with families, this traditional hotel stands in landscaped gardens overlooking the white sandy beach of Constantine Bay. It has been owned by Jim

  • Fowey Hall, FOWEY, Cornwall

    'Outstanding: the staff are totally committed to making sure the guest has a good time.' A Guide inspector in 2014 was impressed by service at this Victorian mansion at the top of the town, which is

  • The Rosemary, FALMOUTH, Cornwall

    Lynda and Malcolm Cook offer guests a 'very friendly' welcome, with tea and home-made cake, at their 'excellent' B&B in a 'beautifully furnished' Edwardian house close to the beach and town centre.

  • The Old Quay House, FOWEY, Cornwall

    Guests enjoy wonderful views of the estuary from the lounge and terrace of Jane and Roy Carson's waterfront hotel, in this pretty medieval harbour town. Converted from a Victorian seamen's mission,

  • The Beach House, LOOE, Cornwall

    'We were spoilt,' say visitors this year to Rosie and David Reeve's B&B in an 'ideal position, overlooking the sea just outside Looe'. The greeting is warm (tea and home-made cake will be offered).

  • Mount Haven Hotel & Restaurant, MARAZION, Cornwall

    'A lovely hotel, just as described in the Guide.' A visitor this year was 'more than satisfied' at Mike and Orange Trevillion's small hotel on the edge of a village overlooking St Michael's Mount.

  • Bedruthan Hotel and Spa, MAWGAN PORTH, Cornwall

    'Wonderful: spotless rooms, caring staff and excellent facilities, especially for families.' Praise in 2013 for this large white hotel, which is owned and managed by sisters Emma Stratton, Deborah

  • Budock Vean, MAWNAN SMITH, Cornwall

    On the banks of the Helford river, this 'excellent, well-managed' hotel stands in extensive grounds with gardens, terraced ponds, waterfalls and its own nine-hole golf course. 'It remains a super

  • Hotel Penzance, PENZANCE, Cornwall

    In a quiet residential area on a hill above the harbour, this 'comfortable' small hotel is a conversion of two Edwardian merchants' houses. Standing in Mediterranean-style gardens a short stroll from