Port Gaverne Hotel

rating Self-Accredited
Total number of rooms 15
Port Gaverne near Port Isaac
PL29 3SQ
Port Gaverne Hotel

The Port Gaverne Hotel offers accommodation, situated in a secluded cove just a stones throw away from the beach and close to the ancient fishing village of Port Isaac. This hotel offers free Wi-Fi (in reception) car parking and widely recognised bar and restaurant. In the 19th Century when the area was a bustling trading port the building that is now the hotel was a large inn popular with villagers and ship workers alike and is today together with the superb restaurant the heart of the village. The beach has rocks and pools to explore endless sea and huge skies with spectacular sunsets to enjoy. You can step outside the door and sunbathe swim in the crystal clear waters or explore the North Cornwall Heritage Coast noted for being one of the most picturesque and staggeringly beautiful stretches of the whole coastline.Each en-suite bedroom is comfortably furnished well-maintained and spotlessly clean. No two are the same you'll find antique furniture a wonderfully comfortable bed and of course complimentary Cornish biscuits. All rooms are well equipped with colour television radio direct dial telephone and tea and coffee making facilities. If you would like to venture out of your room then the cosy sitting room large terrace or sunny beer garden offer the ideal alternative.Whether you choose a traditional Ploughman's served with Cornish Yarg and chutney or the local Cornish crab salad from the bar menu or the Thermidor Lobster from the restaurant menu you're guaranteed fresh filling and without fail delicious food. The Head Chef has been at Port Gaverne for over thirty years and believes that good home cooked food using the freshest ingredients sourced locally simply cannot be beaten. Highlights include freshly baked bread fish landed almost on the doorstep home made Petit Fours and daily changing specials.There is so much more to Cornwall than just fabulous scenery and beautiful beaches. The history of this country is rich a vivid from the dramatic coastline of the north to the sheltered bays in the south from ancient moorland to soft river estuaries surfers walkers sailing buffs gastronauts and visitors simply seeking a break from hectic world have discovered a fascinating vibrant culture and naturally thrilling adventure playground. However you want to spend your leisure time while on holiday in Cornwall the county pretty much has it covered with tourist attractions aplenty to suit all age groups from families to grandparents and of every sort from stately homes and gardens to full throttle fun parks. Activities can be as relaxing as walking or bird watching to the extremes of kite surfing and coasteering. There is every type of event from the week long annual Boardmasters Surf Festival in Newquay to a community event where you're invited to join in.

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Car parking available onsite;Wi-Fi Available;Restaurant;TV;Satellite TV;Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room;Hairdryer in each room;Telephone In Each Room;Limited Hours Room Service;Limited room service for hot food;Wake Up Call Available;Pets Allowed;Car Parking Available Offsite;In-room Broadband;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Wi-Fi Available In Rooms;Bar;Mountain Bike Hire;Fishing;Horse Riding;Sailing;[Channels] News;[Channels] Sky Sports;[Channels] Movies (Free);[Channels] Foreign (European);[Channels] Foreign (Other);[Channels] Music;[Channels] Childrens;Radio