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Rose in Vale Country House Hotel
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Recommended by Condé Nast Johansens
Our inspector loved "The peaceful location and comfortable rooms."
There is a choice of 18 bedrooms and suites, all tastefully appointed and equipped to high standards. All are fitted with individually controlled central heating, television, radio, hairdryer, beverage tray and en-suite bathroom as a minimum. For the less able, there are 3 ground floor rooms with level access to the gardens, the pool and restaurant. The Rose Suite, designed for the romantic at heart or just for self indulgence offers a queen sized four-posted bed, separate sitting room, spa bath, walk in shower and some special touches.
The Valley Restaurant boasts sweeping bay windows that overlook rose beds and lawns to the wooded slopes beyond. The house has a genuine sense of country charm that is readily apparent in the huge open fire that greets restaurant visitors and residents alike during the winter months. A new menu is created every day to take advantage of the wonderful local produce, a selection of four starters, five main courses and seven desserts are offered, in addition to this in the summer months there are special dishes available such as freshly caught mussels, crab and lobster. As everything is prepared in house most diets can be catered for.
This is different to many wedding venues in that it still feels like a home. Enjoying an idyllic setting beautifully surrounded by its own secluded 10 acres of established gardens and woodlands. It is the perfect backdrop for the most romantic of occasions. Alternatively whether you are planning a small working dinner, a day or half-day meeting or an overnight conference, the hotel offers a business service which caters for your requirements.
You might think you are in a different country, so varied is the landscape and rich in traditions and the heritage which nurture a strong cultural identity. The environment has to be the main attraction; any journey off the beaten track will reveal the secrets of Cornwall. Walking is a fascination here at any time of the year, a rich kaleidoscope of flora and fauna can be observed along footpaths, tracks and lanes. The hotel offers a number of walks which begin and end at the hotel, ensuring that you see the very best of the local countryside and coastline. With Riding, fishing, swimming, surfing and water sports; gliding and scenic flights; museums, exhibitions, theatres, art galleries and first class tourist attractions. Spring, summer, autumn or winter its all here waiting for you to discover.