Cornwall + the West
Hotels in Cornwall + the West
Compton Castle, the family estate of Elizabethan explorer Sir Humphrey Gilbert, contains a stone cottage built into the castle's curtain wall.
Set high on a mile-long headland with sweeping views of the Channel, the 1863 Start Point Lighthouse is flanked by keepers’ quarters, which were recently transformed into two charming cottages.
A restored one-bedroom cottage-next to the world's oldest surviving wireless station-offering dramatic panoramas of Housel Bay's craggy shoreline.
On Cornwall’s rugged coast, the brightly painted hotel is situated along the ancient pilgrims’ route to Land’s End. Rooms are rustic in feel: wool blankets draped over beds, old books on the nightstands, and bathrooms stocked with locally made soaps.
An eco-lodge and spa where all 37 rooms have cliff-edge hot tubs.
On a cliff overlooking Bristol Channel, this cozy, five-bedroom cottage is a short walk from the century-old Lynmouth Foreland Lighthouse.
A detached house in the center of Poundbury; rooms with private bathrooms and a choice of continental or full English breakfast.
The 30-room hotel owned by Olga Polizzi overlooks the cove and has a boat for exploring Falmouth Bay.