Cadgwith Cove Inn

Historic Inn in Cadgwith, Cornwall

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Ruan Minor
Cadgwith
Cornwall
England
TR12 7JX

Cadgwith Cove Inn, Cadgwith

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Located on the famous Lizard Peninsula Coastal walk with spectacular views Cadgwith is not only a great stopping off place for lunch or dinner but also a perfect spot for an overnight stay. The Cadgwith Cove Inn offers quality accommodation and charm at affordable prices. All 7 guest rooms have been newly refurbished.

Rooms have excellent views beds with throw and cushion furnishings and crisp white bed linen. Desk with satellite television DVD and USB capability. Full length and make up mirrors hairdryer tea and coffee making facilities and heating.

There is a modern contemporary shared shower room with drench head shower heated towel rail vanity unit heating and tiled floor to ceiling. A large spacious shared bathroom with WC electric shower bath heated towel rail heating and tiled floor to ceiling and a separate guest WC. Garry and Helen offer a warm and traditional Cornish welcome from The Cadgwith Cove Inn.

Tranquillity beautifully rugged scenery authentic local colour and seafaring tradition. Cadgwith Cove offers a unique location from which to explore the rural splendour of Cornwall. In turn The Cadgwith Cove Inn offers the ideal accommodation for the discerning visitor to this outstanding part of Cornwall.

Over 300 years old the Inn has remained unspoilt since the cove's old smuggling days. The bars are full of atmosphere and relics adorn the walls collected from a rich seafaring history. Find us in the Good Pub Guide.

As well as having a reputation for keeping a fine selection of cask ales the Cadgwith Cove Inn is renowned for its excellent cuisine. The Kitchen is open from midday to 9pm every day. Lunch and dinner is served with a range of home produced food and seafood caught the same day by our local fisherman.

Lobster caught by Nigel Legge is available as well as Monkfish caught by Danny Philips.

 4 star rating

From: £45.00

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Cadgwith Travel and Heritage Information

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Trebah Garden - 8.4 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Glendurgan Gardens - 8.5 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

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