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OVERVIEW

For an utterly relaxing escape in a dramatic coastal location, Mullion Cove Hotel is hard to beat, offering the perfect spot for a rejuvenating break within peaceful surroundings. The striking hotel provides a traditional Victorian-era seaside retreat, with seasonal cuisine and a new eco-spa designed to mirror the landscape.


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THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Situated just a few minutes' climb from Mullion cove's historic harbour, with direct access to the South West Coast Path, the hotel provides an idyllic spot for exploring the Lizard Peninsula. It's just a fifteen-minute drive to The Lizard, the most southerly point of the UK, while a 25-minute drive takes you to the fishing port of Porthleven.

By car: Mullion Cove is 5 hours 45 mins from London, 2 hours from Plymouth and 3 hours from Torquay. There is free parking.

By train: London Paddington to Redruth station takes 4 hours 45 mins. The hotel is a 40-minute taxi ride from the station. Book trains to Redruth.

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

This traditional historic building boasts staggering views around the headland. After many years of refurbishment, it now offers a light-filled, relaxed and unpretentious space with period features retained where possible. You'll also find a nod towards the coast within the artworks and colour schemes underpinning the glorious surrounding landscape.

THE FACILITIES

Relax in the hotel's various communal spaces to a backdrop of sea vistas; from the newly renovated Glenbervie Bistro and award-winning Atlantic View Restaurant to three spacious lounges (one is dog-friendly) and a palm-fringed terrace with far-reaching sea views.

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pools
  • Terrace
  • Lounge
  • Sauna
  • Hot tub
  • Spa treatments
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

BED AND BATH

The hotel's 30 spacious ensuite bedrooms have been thoughtfully revamped by award-winning London/Cornwall interior designers, Hart Miller, to offer laidback luxury. Many rooms have sea views and bathrooms are bright and generous.

Room types: Standard, Partial Sea View, Sea View, Premier Sea View, Garden Sea View Suite, Harbour Sea View Suite, Apartments

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Made for Life toiletries, TV, tea and coffee making facilities, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Dine in the traditional Atlantic View restaurant or the relaxed Glenbervie Bistro, where daily-changing menus brim with local produce. Head Chef, James Heath, actively engages with local farmers, encouraging sustainable fishing, and utilises seasonal vegetables wherever possible.

Atlantic View Restaurant: 2 AA Rosette dining. Open daily for dinner. Three courses £39.95.

Glenbervie Bistro: all-day dining and light bites including pizza and burgers. Open daily 12.30-9 pm. Mains from £12.

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