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For private, luxury accommodation, look no further than towards the exclusive charms of Boskerris Hotel. Situated above the captivating Carbis Bay, the Boskerris is minutes from the scenic town of St Ives that forms part of the exquisite panoramas available from most of the rooms.
Offering gorgeous views of St Ives Bay toward Godrevy Lighthouse, Boskerris Hotel is boutique living in Cornwall at its very best. Their Mediterranean-inspired menu combined with contemporary and chic interiors cast a spellbinding setting of sublimely exotic escapism.
One and a half acres of private grounds host the Boskerris Hotel, providing guests with a secluded sanctuary of sheer quality. Individually designed rooms feature opulent interiors for unfeasibly comfortable and stylish boudoir-style surrounds. Truly magical.
Not only has it gained wide repute for its quality and hospitality amongst guests, but it also holds environmentally friendly credentials: Ethical Living Magazine deems it as one of the top 5 Eco Hotels in the UK.
It’s easy to see why Tripadvisor names it one of their 2010 Travellers’ Choice Top UK Hotels. Situated literally a stone’s throw from the blue-flagged oasis of Porthminster Beach, its locale is the ideal base to explore the area’s rich offerings or indeed to indulge in some serious pampering courtesy of their resident Ren Room and its lavish collection of bespoke beauty treatments and therapies.
Wonderfully decadent, different – and with an eclectic mix of interiors and seaward views – we were truly beguiled by our sweet sojourn at Primrose Valley.
Situated on a relaxing hilltop location with stunning views of Porthmeor beach and the island flanked by thirty miles of exquisite coastal views grandly stands, The Garrack Hotel. We were instantly absorbed by our surroundings: sea meets country with its rare and spectacular positioning, as it lies nestled within two acres of rolling coastline.
The main house was built in 1923 and still reflects the ‘Arts and Crafts’ movement prevalent during its construction period. Currently under the stewardship of sons Mike and Steven, the hotel indulgently offers a leisure centre complete with spa, indoor pool and counter current swim jet for endurance swimmers as well as an array of paradisiacal themed gardens, from Mediterranean to Pagan and sub-tropical.
As well as being dog-friendly, one of the most applauded aspects of the hotel is its AA Rosette awarded restaurant, creating a tantalising menu of contemporary cuisine using Cornish produce whenever possible. Oozing elegance, inimitable food and exquisite views, The Garrack is most certainly one of Cornwall’s most captivating luxury hotels.