If you're looking to stay close to sea, where you can wake up to a view every morning, indulge in some of the freshest caught fish and seafood or meals rustled up by celebrity chefs, and take long, brisk strolls around coastal paths, there's nowhere better than Cornwall. Britain's most southwesterly county has something for everyone - especially if you're travelling with children, or your beloved pet pooch.

More and more small and characterful hotels are opening up, if you're looking to stay somewhere unique - or where personalised service is practically guaranteed. Some of our favourites include the romantic Lewinnick Lodge (just 17 bedrooms), The Bodmin Jail Hotel (a sensitively restored 18th-century prison) and Port Gaverne (a cosy 17th-century sailors' inn, with a story to tell). View our hand-picked boutique hotels in Cornwall.

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Hotel Review: Lewinnick Lodge, Cornwall

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from £169

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Located on the Pentire headland and boasting 17 boutique rooms, sensational sea views from its clifftop position and a brasserie restaurant, Lewinnick Lodge offers a romantic countryside break

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Hotel Review: Port Gaverne Hotel, Cornwall

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from £133

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Nestled near a secluded cove and housed in a former sailors' inn that dates back to the 17th-century, this seaside bolthole offers heritage character and seasonal fare, making for a wonderfully relaxing break