Welcome, welcome, one and all to our fantastic family resort overlooking the coast of St Ives. Forget your usual seaside holiday; relax in the glorious climate of Cornwall in your very own castle. From the huge range of activities on our resort to the beautiful beaches a stone's throw from our front door, you will never run out of things to do.
A great bar, food and wine are at the heart of The Ollerod life. We are extremely lucky to be surrounded by fantastic produce, particularly the fish that comes straight off the boats to our door. Our menus are always changing and you will find dishes with influences from all over the world. You can relax in the bar or on the terrace with a drink (and a snack if you fancy!), or enjoy a meal in our beautiful restaurant or on the terrace in the warmer months.
Head chef Martin Adams and his team serve high quality, locally sourced, seasonal produce cooked simply and served in a relaxed unhurried style. The imaginative menus reflect the fresh produce available from the hotel's kitchen garden as well as ingredients foraged within the hotel's grounds.
Welcome to The Grosvenor Arms, the heartbeat of the famous Dorset hilltop market town of Shaftesbury. The Grosvenor Arms is newly refurbished, it is traditional yet stylish, relaxed yet ‘buzzy’, and open all day. You are always welcome, for a drink in the bar, a cup of coffee in the conservatory, or a pizza from the wood oven. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, and the cobbled courtyard is always available for an alfresco lunch or drink.
For old world grandeur and traditional British charm, the Grand has been Torquay’s landmark hotel for over 130 years. Overlooking one of the finest bays, this elegant Victorian hotel offers 132 individually styled bedrooms, The Grand Spa, AA rosette Restaurant 1881 and is surrounded by 22 miles of spectacular Devon coastline.
Our elegant AA Rosette Restaurant 1881 is named after the year that The Grand Hotel was founded. We offer a seasonal a la carte menu, which showcases Executive Head Chef,Chris Chatfield's passion and flair for fusing wonderful local seasonal ingredients for an amazing culinary experience. You’ll find dishes with influences from around the world, plus traditional British favourites.
The Royal Lion Hotel prides itself on its dining facilities, offering a variety of options to suit your requirements whilst you are residing with us. The Oak Room Restaurant is our elegant and sumptuous dining room serving a blend of classic dishes and modern cuisine. For less formal dining occasions, we also have the traditional pub atmosphere of The Inn, offering a selection of gastropub delights. On Sundays, we also serve a traditional Sunday lunch offering a selection of dishes associated with this great British tradition. The Monmouth Lounge is also open for morning coffee, a hearty slice of cake, or a Dorset Cream Tea, with large, homely sofas for guests to relax in. All three of our dining areas are open to residents and non-residents alike.
Welcome to Jamaica Inn, high up on wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor and made world-famous by Daphne du Maurier's tale of smugglers, rogues and wreckers. A new BBC drama of Jamaica Inn was broadcast at Easter 2014.
This historic coaching house has welcomed weary travellers crossing Bodmin Moor for nearly 300 years. Full of legend, mystery, romance and even, according to folklore, the odd friendly spirit, the Inn continues to welcome guests to its 36 en suite bedrooms, award-winning restaurant, ‘olde worlde’ bars with great local ales and wines, its farm shop, souvenir shop and the fascinating Smugglers’ Museum where tales of wreckers, murderers and villains are brought wonderfully to life!
The Inn is easily reached being just beside the A30 at Bolventor, midway between Launceston and Bodmin. It is the perfect base for exploring the moor and, being close to the Cornwall and Devon border, it is also a great base for visiting almost anywhere in either county and still be back in time for dinner.
Orestone Manor is a luxurious family-run country house hotel, nestled above the pretty coastal village of Maidencombe. This magnificent Georgian manor house and grounds was founded by Isambard Kingdom Brunel's brother-in-law, Sir John Callcott Horsley, who designed the world's first Christmas card. Nowadays, a luxury gem of a hotel, the award-winning Orestone Manor, owned and run by chefs Neil and Catherine D'Allen, is renowned in the region for fine dining, first class service and unique charm.
*Unfortunately The Old Coastguard experienced a fire during mid June 2019 and will therefore be closed for most of the summer whilst they make vital repairs. The main reception is open from 9am-5pm everyday and they will continue taking bookings for Autumn & Winter 2019.*
The Old Coastguard is a seaside hotel in the fishing village of Mousehole, near Penzance and St. Ives. The hotel offers fourteen bedrooms with stunning views, complete with a dining room and outside terrace sitting atop a tropical garden that slopes down to the harbour wall. The menu offers plenty of fish and seafood - fresh from Newlyn - and we serve Cornish beef and poultry, game from local estates and cheeses from some of Britain's best dairies.
Rates for 2019
Standard Double £150 B&B or £205 Dinner B&B.
Double King / Twin £175 B&B or £230 Dinner B&B.
Family Room £205 B&B or £260 Dinner B&B.
Large King £250 B&B or £305 Dinner B&B.
Single Occupancy from £110 B&B or £137.50 Dinner B&B.
Offers for 2019
Spring and September Sleepover
22nd April - 23rd May & 1st September - 3rd October
Stay with us for two or more nights from £385 per couple including your bed, breakfast and three courses each night from our usual evening menu