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Reviews of Trehellas House, Bodmin

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Review by Chris B on 17th August, 2009

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Good Points: The co-owners Alistair and Debra Hunter made us very welcome and nothing was too much trouble for them. Enquiries such as high tide times at Port Isaac to allow beach parking were quickly sourced and a request for a swim by other braver guests quickly had Alistair whipping the cover off! Be warned however he does talk up the water temperature! Bad Points: Although drinks can be purchased to have in one of the two small lounges they do really need a proper bar. We did try drinks outside in the delightful courtyard but the close proximity of the kitchens and the use of the area for smoking diners made it far from ideal. Alistair tells us they have plans to extend the restaurant and will no doubt address these issues. General review: Our room (named Padstow) was of a good size with a very comfortable bed. There was no shower but baths were fine for us! The hotel is ideally located for access to Padstow and Port Isaac in one direction with Heligan and Eden gardens in the other. Try to avoid Bodmin by exiting/rejoining A30 via quaint back roads crossing the Camel Bike trail.

Date visited: 2009-08-17

Review by Anonymous on 30th September, 2008

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Good Points: excellent overnight stay in a lovely setting convenient for travel to other parts of cornwall General review: very enjoy

Date visited: 2008-09-30

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