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Located in Torpoint, The Wilcove Inn has a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. The hotel features family rooms. A lovely relaxed atomisphere, clean and tidy and well looked after. We loved it. Breakfast was delicious, with good quality produce and plenty of it. In the room was a cupboard with hairdryer and iron and lots of things you may need for comfort.
The Liscawn has a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Torpoint. With water sports facilities, the property also features a terrace. The owner Fiona was excellent host, children friendly, kind, helpful, definitely will go back and highly recommend it!!!
Located in Torpoint, Edgcumbe Arms features a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Quality of the room, beautiful views, friendly helpful staff, lovely food, parking.
With views across the River Tamar towards Plymouth, Cambridge House Bed & Breakfast has free parking and free Wi-Fi. Set in a Victorian house, the hotel offers cozy bedrooms and cooked breakfasts. Great value for money for business travellers, those travelling on a budget or looking to get best value from holiday spending. Pubs& restaurants in walking distante. Clean and cosy. Friendly & helpful owners. GOOD breakfast made to order!
Featuring a hot tub, Lodge 22 is located in Torpoint. The property is 25 miles from Mevagissey. The vacation home comes with a TV. The lodge was lovely had great views. Plymouth in the distance, sheep on the hills. the beach within walking distance. There were lots of lovely touches inside. Internet, Netflix lovely furnishings and it has a five star feel. The restaurant and cafe on site had great customer service and we were made very welcome by both places and a lovely touch for the kids getting paper and crayons on entry kept them quiet. What a good idea
On average, 3-star hotels in Torpoint cost $0 per night, and 4-star hotels in Torpoint are $175 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Torpoint can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Close to amenities we needed and good places to eat I would recommend a stay if like us you want somewhere close to hms raleigh a good place to eat was the Carberie Inn good food and nice friendly atmosphere
Where Devon meets Cornwall, Torpoint and surrounding villages/towns offers something for everyone - beaches and views, coastal walks, gastro adventures, martime history, shopping plus the ususal fudge, ice cream and pasties!
Lovely 'away from it all' location . Beautiful gardens and interesting properties within a reasonably short distance all set in lush countryside with wonderfully scenic coastline. The much larger centre of Plymouth is easily accessible by either vehicle ferry at Torpoint or foot ferry at Cremyll.
Visiting family in that location, easy to get to & find. Good base location for visiting other places close by. Car ferry to Plymouth. Kilbys sailing club for a meal, was a great recommendation to us, lovely food & friendly staff....worth a visit.
We visited for the passing out parade of my Godson. HMS Raleigh was a mere 5 mins away in car. Plenty of places to eat, including Raleigh itself. Plymouth not far over the water on the ferry which runs constantly. Did not get to see much of Torpoint itself. Was November and very cold, am sure summer it would be very different. People very friendly.
This is a beautiful, unspoilt corner of Cornwall and the people we met were very friendly. Gorgeous, scenic views, beaches and countryside in such a small area. Mount Edgcumbe estate was beautiful even in rainy October. We stayed in Cremyll, at the Edgcumbe Arms, an attractive pub, lovely rooms, good food and cheerful service. We were there for a wedding in the area and next time would like to catch the train to Plymouth and take the foot passenger ferry across to Cremyll, from which there is a bus service link.
Breakfast was amazing Let down by broken window in the room which didn’t open. As the hotel was quiet wondered why they didn’t give us a different room though autumn didn’t really expect to open it but room did become quite stuffy Toiletries were nice bed was super confy
Didn't have breakfast, only have cereal and toast so £10 a head too expensive. Great location lovely relaxing pub and rooms with friendly staff. Well equipped room. Very convenient for Torpoint which is a short walk away.
Not the clean lovely rooms, not the friendly staff, not the amazing breakdown. I grew up in Torpoint and come down there to get that taste of friendly Cornish atmosphere and here it's present by the bucket load
V nice lodge: airy, spacious, clean & comfortable. Plenty of hot water. Lovely terrace & views. Gt location to Torpoint Head, Cawsand & Whitsand Bay. V lovely area.
Very good breakfast and courteous staff. Lovely hotel location. Quiet and peaceful.