A former coaching inn from the 19th century, this is the kind of place you would stumble across on a long hike. Its striking dandelion-yellow exterior is a wonderfully cheerful and soothing sight, with great local beer on tap, simple but hearty Cornish food and a handful of quaint bedrooms in which to relax. The hotel’s approach is consistently based on the maxim that a night’s sleep is only as good as the bed itself – Vispring beds can be found in every room, along with Egyptian cotton sheets, warm Welsh blankets, stacks of books, a Robert’s Radio, Tregothnan tea and Yallah coffee. However, its location is its real draw, one for those who like their surroundings rough, wild and sleepy. A great hideout to avoid the summer crowds.
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