Featured hotels in Cornwall

  • 9.0 Superb 1,215 reviews
    Description Situated in Camborne, in a building dating from 19th century, The John Francis Basset Wetherspoon offers a bar and guestrooms with free WiFi. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk.

    "The rooms were so rich and clean, spacious. All facilities were in it. Felt like i am in a 5 star hotel. It exceeded my expectations."

    Bharath Kumar. India
  • £109

    Average price per night

    Fistral Beach Hotel and Spa - Adults Only, Newquay
    9.1 Superb 1,379 reviews
    Description Situated overlooking Fistral Beach in Newquay, this adults only hotel and spa boasts a bar, restaurant and free Wi-Fi throughout.

    "Everything is great here, except the price haha :-) But you get what you pay for!"

    Nicola. Australia
  • £55

    Average price per night

    The Jamaica Inn, Bolventor
    9.2 Superb 1,751 reviews
    Description On the A30 between Launceston and Bodmin, The Jamaica Inn offers 20 en-suite rooms, free WiFi and Sky channels offering sports and movies.

    "Overall, wonderful evening. Toured the museum, played cards, grabbed a bite and enjoyed some drinks all while surrounded by a rich history of smugglers and ghosts. Rooms were quite comfortable too!"

    Heidi. USA
  • £79

    Average price per night

    Greenbank Hotel, Falmouth
    9.0 Superb 1,039 reviews
    Description With an impressive seafront location overlooking Falmouth Harbour, Greenbank Hotel offers panoramic views and traditional charm.

    "This a lovely and historic property. A short walk less than ten minutes takes you to the high street. Lovely attentive service, great food and a wonderful bar/lounge with harbour views."

    Robert. Canada
  • £160

    Average price per night

    Boskerris Hotel, St Ives
    9.6 Exceptional 186 reviews
    Description Set in St Ives, in a building dating from 1931, a few steps from Carbis Bay, Boskerris Hotel offers a garden and guestrooms with free WiFi.

    "Staff friendly, so helpful. Nothing was too much trouble .I thoughtly recommend."

    Joanne. Israel
  • £139.50

    Average price per night

    The St Enodoc Hotel, Wadebridge
    9.3 Superb 132 reviews
    Description Offering a seasonal outdoor pool and sauna, The St Enodoc Hotel is located in Wadebridge in the Cornwall Region. The hotel has a terrace and views of the river, and guests can enjoy a drink at the...

    "Great staff nothing was too much trouble"

    Fiona. United Kingdom
  • 9.6 Exceptional 158 reviews
    Description Located a short walk from Newquay's beaches, bars, shops and restaurants, The White House offers boutique-style accommodation with a range of individually stylish rooms.

    "What a fantastic place to stay ! Gilly and Andrew were the the perfect hosts. It's a quirky ,peaceful haven .each room has amazing decor especially the bar. The breakfasts were amazing ,not your..."

    Maura. Ireland
  • £110

    Average price per night

    The Gannet Inn, St Ives
    9.1 Superb 311 reviews
    Description Set in a traditional house dating from 1900, The Gannet Inn is located in Carbis Bay, just an 8-minute walk from a sandy beach. It features a bar with a games room and Sky Sports channels.

    "Great location. Contemporary fit out & clean, spacious room. Would definitely stay again."

    John. Australia
  • £185.50

    Average price per night

    The Old School Hotel, Port Isaac
    9.2 Superb 131 reviews
    Description Set on a clifftop overlooking the harbour, The Old School Hotel offers a restaurant and en-suite rooms in Port Isaac. Free WiFi access is available in shared areas.

    "What an amazing stay the views are second to none"

    Diane. United Kingdom
  • £120

    Average price per night

    Mount Haven Hotel, Marazion
    9.3 Superb 497 reviews
    Description Offering views across Mount's Bay and St Michael's Mount, Mount Haven Hotel is located above Marazion, close to Penzance.

    "Great staff, great location with wonderful views of St Michael's mount. Comfortable rooms. Great view from my balcony."

    adam. Greece

Cornwall highlights

Cornwall offers a variety of surfing beaches and surf schools, which are among the best in the UK.
Blue Flag beaches
Situated on the UK's southwestern tip, Cornwall has 5 beaches awarded the international Blue Flag status.
Country house gardens
Cornwall's picturesque gardens are home to a variety of rare and beautiful plants and trees.
Coastal walking trails
Discover Cornwall's scenic coastal hikes, with several areas of cultural heritage and the longest coast of any English county.
Water sports
Get active in Cornwall with a variety of water sports, such as sailing, kayaking and boat trips.
World Heritage Sites
With a tin-mining history stretching back to pre-Roman times, Cornwall's historic mining landscape is important to the local culture.
Farmers' markets
Cornwall has a number of farmers' markets offering fresh, local produce including Cornish cheese, jams and vegetables.
The Eden Project
The space-age domes of this giant greenhouse are home to the largest indoor rainforest in the world.
The Minack Theatre
Carved into a cliff-face overlooking the restless sea below, this open-air theatre is nestled on the southern Cornish coastline.
Cornish cream tea
Those wanting to while away an afternoon can try this Cornish tradition, consisting of tea, scones, clotted cream and jam.

The Stuff of Legends

Inhabited since prehistory, Cornwall is characterised by a series by rocky bays, fishing villages and spectacular coastline. Right at England’s western tip is Land’s End where sheer cliffs descend into the Atlantic Ocean. Along the coast is popular St Ives, home to many Cornwall hotels by the sea on Booking.com.

Another fantastic beach resort is Penzance, while across the bay is St Michael’s Mount (not to be confused with similar Mont St-Michel in Normandy). Also boasting a wonderful beach is Newquay, though it is best known for its excellent surfing conditions.

Further north is Tintagel, the stuff of legends due to its association with King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The remains of Tintagel Castle are perched dramatically on a rocky promontory, while inland on Bodmin Moor granite tors and stone monoliths only add to Cornwall’s feeling of mystery.

Heading north towards Bude the Cornwall beaches become longer, while on the southern coast Looe is a picturesque town curving around an inlet. To the east near St Austell is the Eden Project, huge domes housing thousands of plants from all over the world.

The county town of Cornwall is Truro, home to an impressive cathedral overlooking the River Fal which flows down to Falmouth Bay, a great spot to try some local Cornish ice cream.