Cornwall + the West

Hotels in Cornwall + the West

The 30-room hotel owned by Olga Polizzi overlooks the cove and has a boat for exploring Falmouth Bay.

Compton Castle, the family estate of Elizabethan explorer Sir Humphrey Gilbert, contains a stone cottage built into the castle's curtain wall.

A restored one-bedroom cottage-next to the world's oldest surviving wireless station-offering dramatic panoramas of Housel Bay's craggy shoreline.

On a cliff overlooking Bristol Channel, this cozy, five-bedroom cottage is a short walk from the century-old Lynmouth Foreland Lighthouse.

On a bluff overlooking Cornwall's Mevagissey Bay, Trevalsa Court Hotel received a top-to-bottom makeover in 2010.

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.

 A detached house in the center of Poundbury; rooms with private bathrooms and a choice of continental or full English breakfast.