For traditional Cornish charm and a waterside location, The Lugger, a 17th century inn in Portloe, is hard to beat” – Financial Times. The Lugger Hotel – Cornwall’s only AA-rated Five Star Inn, and selected by the Sunday Times as the “Best Seaside Hotel” – sits right on the water’s edge in the centre of this delightful village. Each of the 24 bedrooms is beautifully decorated and has deluxe showers and fine linens. Additionally, a range of three private cottages are available for guests desiring the utmost seclusion, space and freedom. In particular, the three-bedroom Cobb Cottage features self-catering facilities, a generous lounge, as well as breath-taking panoramic views.
There is also a two AA Rosette restaurant on site, where guests can enjoy the best of local produce and cuisine. Many of England’s most popular attractions – such as the Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Maritime Museum of Falmouth – are also within easy striking distance. Surrounded by cliffs and headlands which form an idyllic part of the Cornish Coastal Footpath, Portloe possesses an unrivalled beauty and enduring timelessness. The Lugger, a 17th-century old smuggler’s inn situated right on the waters edge of the peaceful fishing port of Portloe, offers a stylish yet homely retreat; walk the rugged South West Coastal Path, soak up the staggering views and enjoy the freshest local produce
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