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Long Cross Hotel
Trelights
Port Isaac
Cornwall

PL29 3TF | View map
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Set in almost 4 acres of its own grounds and gardens overlooking the North Cornwall coast perched high above Port Quin between Port Isaac andPolzeath, The Longcross is in the perfect secluded location to enjoy a quiet relaxing break yet is within easy striking distance of some of the area's best attractions. Rock and the Camel Estuary with its associated sailing and watersports and easy ferry access to Padstow, the championship golf course at St. Enodoc, Daymer Bay and Polzeath surfing beaches, historic Port Isaac fishing village, local market town of Wadebridge with cycle hire for the Camel Trail to Padstow and the diverse Bodmin Moor are all within 20 minutes drive. The Eden Project is 40 minutes and Tate Gallery is 80 minutes drive

The hotel has 14 recently refurbished elegant bedrooms all with private bathrooms, central heating, flat screen TVs, tea/coffee making facilities and broadband access. Many of the rooms have panoramic views. We are able to cater for those who are less mobile, with 3 rooms on the ground floor that are no more than 4 metres from the car park.

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Number of Rooms: 14
Number Ensuite: 14

Price per Room:

Double: From £100
Twin: From £100
Single: £60
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