The Rosevine Hotel, Portscatho, Cornwall
Experience magical sea views from comfy boutique suites and studio apartments at The Rosevine, which is the perfect base for exploring the breathtaking Roseland Peninsula. It's just a stone's throw from the South West Coast Path too, for seeing more of the south coast of Cornwall on foot. Highlights include a Michelin Guide restaurant, serving seasonally-focused dishes inspired by the abundance of quality local produce, and its beachside location and family friendly features - an outside play area and an inside playroom. Art-lovers will delight in the urban and pop art collection in the dining room and bar, featuring works by Sir Peter Blake, Takashi Murakami and Esther Mahlangu.
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Head to the Hidden Hut, a charming off-grid beach cafe - serving homemade sweet treats and beverages, perched on the cliff overlooking Porthcurnick.
The hotel is on the Roseland Peninsula, close to St Mawes and Truro with all their shops, bars and restaurants.
By car: The Rosevine is around 6 hours from London and 3 hours 30 mins from Bristol. Parking is availaible on-site.
By train: the nearest stations are Truro and St Austell, both are a 30min taxi ride from the hotel. thetrainline.com
Style & Character
A completely versatile home-from-home, The Rosevine is ideal for both couples and families, offering tailored packages to individual requirements. We love the impressive urban and pop art collection, featuring works by Sir Peter Blake, Takashi Murakami, Esther Mahlangu and Mr.Brainwash.
Service & Facilities
Relaxing by a roaring fire in the comfy drawing room after a dip in the indoor pool is the perfect way to spend an evening.
- Indoor pool
- Children's play areas
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free parking
Dog beds, towels and water bowls are provided and guests wishing to dine with their dog can request a table to be set up in the lounge area.
The Slate House studio apartment with its own private courtyard is the perfect self-contained accommodation, with a pared back coastal-chic style. Heritage greys fused with a colour pop of paprika and on-trend wicker furnishings give the comfy home-from-home a fresh aesthetic.
Studio Apartment, Studio with Sea View, Family Apartment, Family Apartment Sea Facing, The Lookout
Facilities include: Living/dining area, cooking facilities, TV, sofa, patio and garden area
Food & Drink
We were served dish after delicious dish - pan-fried scallops followed by freshly caught lobster - as well as possibly the best dessert on earth (caramelised plums, whipped cream and yogurt with meringue). The breakfast menu stole the show too: halloumi, poached eggs and roasted tomatoes, all lovingly nestled atop a lightly toasted slice of sourdough - scrape-the-plate-clean good!
The restaurant: modern British cuisine, seafood, local produce. Open daily for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Three courses from £39 per person.
Rooms available from £177.45 per night
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