Charming boutique hotel on the Roseland Peninsula
- 30 room and suites across five houses
- Restaurant and terrace
- Eight-metre yacht
Hotel Tresanton is located within a cluster of houses on the edge of the fishing village of St Mawes, at the tip the Roseland Peninsula – one of Cornwall’s most beautiful stretches of coastline.
30 rooms and suites are spread across five houses, each individually decorated and furnished with antiques and artwork by local artists. Rooms are distinctly Cornish with fresh whites and blues and lots of natural light. All rooms enjoy views out across the ocean towards St Anthony’s lighthouse and some have their own private terrace.
Fresh seafood and lots of locally sourced produce is used in the restaurant, a beautiful space with mosaic flooring and tongue and groove walls. Large windows open out on the lavender-filled terrace, from where you can look out across the calm waters of the estuary. There is also the Dog’s Bar, an informal space where, you guessed it, four-legged friends are more than welcome. An open fireplace and selection of boardgames make this the perfect place to enjoy a coffee and the papers or a glass of wine in the evening.
The hotel is the proud owner of Pinuccia, an eight-foot yacht originally built to race for Italy in international competitions. Guests can sail around Falmouth bay with the skipper, with the option to add a picnic and bottle ofwine.