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All reviewsmike marysunday carveryeight yearshot buffetstayed at this hotel for nightscooked from scratchthe hotel is cleanfamily roomwhilst visiting the arealocal beachesthe sw coast pathlate septembera lovely sea viewfresh fruitpleasant staywould recommend this hotel to anyonefriendly hosts
The B&B itself is quite affordable and comfortable, with good size beds and bathrooms. The rooms are a bit small, but unless staying for a log time that won't really matter. The proprietors also run the attached bar and restaurant, and it is quite good,...More
We found the Bossiney House Hotel to be little more than adequate. It has a truly Cornish feel to it, old style single sash windows that needed wedging to prevent a very annoying rattle most of the stay. The decor is clean and tidy but...More
Two words "Fawlty Towers"
It isn't funny though. I have never slept in a hotel room with this amount of damp, dust and mould. A TV that only worked after my fiance and I bought new batteries for the remote. The tea cups we had...More
Booked in to Bossiney Hotel and originally given twin room, when arrived had been 'upgraded' to Garden Room 21, taken through back door into room and given key. Straight away strong smell of damp, cobwebs around the room. Due to smell I started to investigate...More
stayed here for one night en-route to St Ives. Very friendly welcome by the proprietor
our room was quite small, but quite clean with slightly dated but functional furniture,
bedding and towels of nice feel and quality.
Breakfast was from a buffet, including the cooked...More
Response from mike186245 | Property representative |
The central building of Bossiney House Hotel was built in 1896 and although we have managed to install a fully disable compliant general public toilet, compliant guest rooms are beyond our ability to adapt and we would need... More
The central building of Bossiney House Hotel was built in 1896 and although we have managed to install a fully disable compliant general public toilet, compliant guest rooms are beyond our ability to adapt and we would need to structurally change the building to accomplish that. We will adapt when we next do major works.
Regretably, the answer to your question is "no" at present. We would suggest a newer hotel where facilities are designed in.. You might consider The Falcon at Wadebridge.
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"Sea views from the first floor rooms, dog friendly rooms available."