"For traditional Cornish charm and a waterside location, The Lugger, a 17th century inn in Portloe, is hard to beat" - Financial Times, 2013.
Surrounded by cliffs and windswept headlands forming an especially beautiful part of the Cornish Coastal Footpath and Roseland Peninsula, Portloe possesses an unrivalled and enduring beauty.
The Lugger Hotel – named “Best Seaside Hotel” by the Sunday Times – sits in the heart of Portloe on the water’s edge. Its 22 bedrooms are each decorated with rich Portuguese woods, alongside deluxe showers and fine linens. Additionally, for those who require a little more space and privacy, The Lugger’s ‘Hideaway’ is a charming 2 bedroom self-catering cottage just across the slipway, offering freedom while still providing easy access to all the benefits of a hotel.
The hotel also boasts a two AA Rosette restaurant where you can enjoy the best of local produce and cuisine, much of which is freshly hauled from the depths by the village’s resident fishing vessels. In addition, many of England's most popular attractions - such as the Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Maritime Museum of Falmouth - are within easy striking distance.