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Reviewed 27 October 2018 via mobile

We spend 3 magic days here
The team is so friendly and efficient
Food is so tasty and yummy
The breakfast is really generous
Their homemade ice cream are exceptional and the risotto better than any places in Italy
Rooms are spacious, charming well decorated
We just can’t wait I stay again here
Oh I almost Forget; THE View !

Stayed: October 2018
1  Thank ksarman
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Reviewed 26 October 2018

Visited Hotel Tresanton last week with my parents and my dog. We were welcomed and thoroughly looked after by the friendly staff from the moment we arrived, nothing was too much trouble. The rooms were spacious and stylishly decorated, but at the same time we felt we could relax and enjoy the surroundings. Housekeeping provided a great service with meticulous attention to detail. The beds were very comfortable; we were all a little warm on the first night, but temperatures were unusually high for October (certainly nothing to complain about), so we left the windows open on the second night. The dog was provided with a bed, bowl and biscuits, and we could take him downstairs with us while we ate dinner in the dog's bar. The food was superb, such good flavours and quality ingredients used. We visited Falmouth, using the passenger ferry, on our full day here, coming back to the hotel to rest later in the afternoon. We loved the break so much we did not want to leave. I would recommend it to all age groups, whether you are looking for a relaxing break, as we were, or a more active few days visiting nearby places.

Room Tip: Ask for a room near the bottom of the hotel if there are members of your party who might have trouble climbing lots of steps.
  • Stayed: October 2018, travelled with family
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1  Thank Dino77_12
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Reviewed 18 October 2018

We stayed 3 nights at the Trenton and loved every minute at the hotel. We had a fabulous room which was located next door to the main house and which was larger and more modern than one expects in England. The service was outstanding, handling every request we made before arrival and once we were at the hotel. The roads to and from the hotel are a bit tricky, especially for an American driver having to negotiate driving on the "wrong" side of the very narrow roads so when our first dinner was outstanding, we decided to eat the remaining dinners in the hotel. The menu changed daily and we were pleased each night. We had cocktails in the lounge and they took our orders while we waited, like an English guesthouse, which was a very nice touch. We would certainly recommend this resort as an excellent spot to use to explore Cornwall.

Stayed: September 2018
1  Thank retireeWashingtonDc
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Reviewed 17 October 2018

I have stayed at Tresanton on many occasions and eaten there many other times, over a number of years.
It was the Jewel in Cornwall's crown... but alas no longer!
The Jose Mourinho of hotels...once amazing, almost untouchable...BUT not now, past it's sell by date, a has been, over rated and over priced. Surly and arrogant.
Rooms with warped wooden floors, poor domestic cleaning, arrogant management staff, £45 for a greasy Dover Sole with no soul.
Idle Rocks and St Mawes Hotel are a cut above,
The food at the Idle Rocks is so superior, and the service absolutely top notch. Almost Gavroche/Waterside like.
David and Karen Richards have created an Aston Martin of a couple of hotels...and by that I don't mean slightly overpriced on floatation, but rather a stylish British icon. This compared with a shuffling and tired Italian prancing horse, that needs a more caring management and attention to detail that Jo and her team at Idle Rocks and St Mawes Hotel carry out so well.

  • Stayed: October 2018, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank GeorgePangbourne
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Reviewed 17 October 2018 via mobile

Short stayin the West Country following a few days at st Moritz on the north coast- top class for relaxation
Beautiful position overlooking the bay. Parking is tight and palava getting back to the hotel car park for a forgotten bag
Room had lovely bed and balcony over the bay
Dining area outside was noisy but the view made up for it.... bathroom very hot no thermostat
2 big cracks in Art Deco sink - was poor
Lovely drinks on our own in the downstairs bar- very good Barman
Dining was at best average with rather inexperienced. Staff - not what you would expect for £400
Same at breakfast - underwhelming
The much praised and pr savvy beach club closes from October - so couldn’t visit this disappointing
Why don’t staff tell you this when you book??
Lovely position - ++ Art Deco but no manoir by the sea
Hambleton hall is in a different league at similar price
Reputation takes a long time to establish - but too many quality things are cut for a £400 ++ plus night
For this price it should be outstanding in every way!!

Stayed: October 2018, travelled as a couple
2  Thank borth-y-gest
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