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All reviewsoverlooking the riversunday carveryvalentines weekendpublic car parkstaff could not have been moreold buildinglovely hotelfirst classstayed here for one nightexcellent foodwell worth a visitexcellent value for moneylovely viewsmoked salmonfollowing morningbeautiful villagevisited boscastle
When we first arrived,I was annoyed at being told we had to pay an extra £5 as were were an hour early, also felt there were too many rules such as vacate room by 10.00 for cleaning and only have one breakfast item from each...More
Having eaten here many times on trips to Boscastle this was my first time staying. The room was clean and big and was right on the river (unfortunately the harbor view room was not available for my stay).
I was due to check in on...More
This place was always first on our visits soup and a sandwich how could they go wrong...well bread was no longer the same the sandwich was not full...soup was very disappointing tastles and the worst "Home made" even the wrong soup was brought we mentioned...More
We returned , having last visited about 4years ago, for a long weekend and were very pleased to say that our recollections had not been fanciful. The break was part of the February love month offer. What tremendous value for money. Food was superb and...More
Having visited the Riverside several times for lunch/cream tea, I was excited to be visiting for a 2 night stay and was in no way disappointed. I was delighted our room overlooked the river! This is a gem of a hotel, very clean spacious rooms...More
The Riverside Restaurant yes it has disabled access . The accommodation unfortunately not. It's a 16 th century building with 2 floors of windy narrow stairs for which we are unable to fit a lift in due to it being... More
The Riverside Restaurant yes it has disabled access . The accommodation unfortunately not. It's a 16 th century building with 2 floors of windy narrow stairs for which we are unable to fit a lift in due to it being a listed building